No more matches until January as the Leinster Senior League takes its mid-season break.
It's been a season of frustration so far for both Seaford teams, each of whom occupy mid-table positions in their respective divisions, having struggled for consistency of performance.
In Major 1B, the firsts have been hampered by their number of draws. So far, the only league defeats have been on the road against.promotion favourites Ruth Athletic, and in a disappointing display at Kilnamanagh. But on the other hand, there have only been two wins, in consecutive home matches against Clontarf and Beggsboro. The division is still just about tight enough to countenance a promotion push, but it will require a run of results similar to last season, when the team flew out of the blocks in the winter time to storm up the league table.
Top goalscorer for the firsts so far is Kohei Masaki with five, and the Japanese striker has also made five more goals, putting him joint top of the assists chart with in-form winger Chris Monk.
Similarly to last season, the seconds have struggled to put a run of results together despite several good individual performances. They made a brilliant start under new manager Tony Bennett, beating Hyde Park and Pegasus St James's in the first three days of the season, but they were brought back down to earth by a heavy defeat against Ayrfield United, who remain unbeaten at the halfway point of the campaign.
It's been just two wins in ten since then, although there have been some very strong performances during that period, notably in the clinical win over Earl Celtic, and in the impressive home draws against promotion contenders Balbriggan and Ardmore Rovers.
Powerful strikers Peter Tierney and Ryan Scollard have been the stand-out player for the seconds so far with 7 in 10 and 4 in 5 respectively, while Páidí O'Fatharta has claimed four assists.