It was decent return from two tough away fixtures on Saturday afternoon, as the Majors earned a win over Liffey Wanderers courtesy of two excellent finishes from Dave Lewis - the second of which was an all-time classic - and some dogged defending the see the game out. Click here for the full match report.
The Premiers also produced a resilient display, but it was only enough for a single point, as they drew 1-1 to Balbriggan. Falling behind to an early goal, it got worse for Seaford when they were reduced to ten men, but Mate Salacan's injury-time free kick snatched a draw for Paulie Morris's men. Read all about it here.
The Premiers extended their unbeaten league run to six games with a a strong display and a 2-1 win over Glebe North in Balbriggan. After falling behind after just two minutes, Seaford fought back strongly, creating plenty of chances before Stephen Canavan levelled just after the break, and MJ Tierney replicated his goal at the same venue last season with a stunning 30-yard lob to seal the points.
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THe Majors maintained their strong league for with a 2-2 draw against an impressive Aungier Celtic side. First half headers from Stephen Canavan and Dave Lewis gave the Penguins a commanding position at half-time, but the hosts fought back to claim a point, in a match that could have gone either way.
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Ryan Scollard scored two and made one as the Premiers eased to a home win over Manortown United to maintain their spot at the top of the table.
A first half own-goal opened the scoring for the Penguins before Scollard added two more after the break, with Manortown picking up a late consolation goal.
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Two home matches and two home wins for Seaford this weekend at Rockfield Park.
The Majors had an eventful clash with Glebe North, with nothing between the sides until Shane Gilroy finally broke the deadlock in the 90th minute. See below for highlights or click here for the full match report.
Later in the afternoon, the Premiers maintained their strong start to the season with a 5-2 win over Swords Celtic. Shane Halpin bagged the first three for the Penguins, with Niall Holleran coming off the bench to add a fourth and Rob O'Shea opening his account for the club late on to round out the scoring. Read all about it here.
After a poor start to the season, the Majors have begun to hit some form.
After an encouraging display, and a last-minute equaliser in the previous match against Railway Union, Burnsie's boys went one better with an away win at Home Farm. .
The Penguins had raced into a 3-0 lead by the opening minutes of the second half, with their set-piece prowess to the fore in the first half, leading to a header by Lewis Cawley off an MJ Tierney free kick, and a second goal when Al Kennedy's corner was deflected in by a Home Farm defender. Then Chris Monk bagged a third to all-but secure the points, even if the hosts pulled one back later in the second half.
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The Majors suffered a bad start to their league season with a comprehensive defeat against an accomplished Aungier Celtic outfit at Rockfield Park, with Killian Campion netting a late consolation goal for Seaford.
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The Premiers had a weekend off competitive action so made the short trip o face Cabinteely FC in Kilbogget Park for a friendly, and emerged with a 3-2 win.
After having the better of the opening exchanges, Seaford fell behind midway through the first half when Cabo took advantage of a midfield ricochet to finish well and open the scoring, but Seaford levelled through Stephen Canavan's deflected strike.
The Penguins took the lead after half time when Lewis Cawley tapped in after good work from Desmond Eiffe, only to be pegged back to 2-2 when Cabinteely's striker netted with a slick back-heeled finish. But Seaford fought back to claim the win when Conor Geoghegan headed home Eiffe's corner from close range.