Former Mayo footballer Kevin McStay is tipping Kerry to end Dublin’s reign as the dominant force in Gaelic Football this summer.

The Ballina native believes the Kingdom’s young guns have a lot to prove following their shock exit from the championship against Cork in 2020.

The former Roscommon football manager also welcomed the GAA roadmap for the season ahead, saying it has created a great buzz among Gaels.

He also reacted to the revelations of inter-county GAA teams breaking Covid-19 restrictions, saying that the Dublin and Monaghan sanctions in particular may have ‘sobered up a lot of eejitry.’

The Ballina Stephenites clubman hopes that ‘nonsense’ is behind people.

He also discusses the Allianz Leagues, the Championship, his surprise at David Clarke’s retirement and the redevelopment of the MacHale Park pitch.

Kevin McStay has been speaking to Michael D. McAndrew...