The firsts enjoyed a comfortable 3-1 win at home against promotion-chasing Home Farm, with Darragh Connolly opening the scoring before a Tyrone McNelis brace sealed the points in teh second half Click here for the full match report.
The club has lost a titan of the modern era with the news that Barry Kirwan has announced his retirement.
A composed and dominant centre back, Baz represented Seaford with distinction in more than 200 matches, scoring 19 goals.
It was Baz who lifted the only silverware the club has won in its modern incarnation, captaining the side to the Arthur Lynch Cup in 2014.
Even more impressive than his on-field contribution was his extraordinary work for the club behind the scenes, as a manager, assistant manager, committee member and its most constant and dedicated supporter.
Thank you for everything Baz. We all wish you every happiness in the future.
Although the firsts saw their recent run of form ended by a 2-0- defeat at Leixlip United, the seconds eased to a 3-0 away win at Ratoath Harps courtesy of goals from Francis Mulhall, Andy Monk and Chris Monk. Click here for the full match report.
Having already played almost three-quarters of their league fixtures for the season, the seconds will compete in an expanded league cup competition featuring a round-robin group stage. Seaford will be in Section B, being the only group to comprise six teams:
Seaford Rock United
Mid Sutton Sportslink
Only the winning side from each group will progress to the semi-finals of the competition, but Seaford can take heart that they have already secured a win and a draw against the highest-ranked team in the section, Knockmitten United, in the league campaign and also enjoyed a comfortable win over Blessington in the final match of 2016, even if they suffered defeats in matches against Cloghertown and Mid Sutton.