The club is selling tickets for the FAI National Draw for €10 each. The main draw will take place in November, with thousands of prizes to be won, and we will also be holding our own draw with our own prizes, so there is guaranteed to be at least one winner from the Seaford tickets.
If you want to buy a ticket, contact your nearest Seaford player or contact Shane on 085 844 3042.
A disappointing afternoon all round as both sides were beaten on the road.
The firsts were beaten 2-0 by Kilnamanagh in LSL Major 1B after a limp performance, the home side sealing victory with well taken goals in each half, in a game of few changes. The full match report is available here.
Meanwhile, the seconds' inconsistent form continued with a 3-1 defeat at Tymon Bawn, with Mark Sullivan netting the Seaford goal.
After two home fixtures last weekend, both Seaford teams are on the road tomorrow with 1.00pm kick-offs in Tallaght.
Both sides face sides with very similar league records thus far. The firsts travel to Kilnamanagh AFC, who like Seaford have collected three draws but are still awaiting their first win in the LSL Major 1B campaign. Last season, the two encounters between the sides couldn't have in greater contrast. Kilnamanagh prevailed 7-6 in a crazy match at Rockfield Park early in the season, only for Seaford to claim all three points with a 1-0 win in a much cagier affair in January.
It is Seaford's first league match in almost a month, following a spell of cup matches, and John Downes will be hoping they can repeat the fine attacking display from last week's LFA Junior Cup win over Beggsboro whilst tightening up defensively.
Meanswhile, the seconds travel to face Tymon Bawn, who sit a couple of ponts above them in the Division 3 table. They too had a good win a week ago, smashing in six goals against struggling Earl Celtic to end a four-game winless run.
The first team squad that secured a 4-3 extra time win over Beggsboro a week ago. (Back Row L-R: Neil Harrington, Chris Monk, Denis Donnelly, Paul Lydon, Alan Brennan, Kosei Masaki, Richard Barrett, Eoin English, John Downes; Front Row: Conor Tobin, Garrett Connolly, Darragh Connolly, Fionn Lawlor, Paul Tansey, Steve Kane, Gavin Walsh
After a difficult few weeks, the club bounced back this weekend, with wins for both teams.
The firsts battled back from 3-1 down early in the second half to eventually win 4-3 after extra time against Beggsboro in the Leinster Junior Cup. Garrett Connolly had given Seaford an early lead, only for the men in blue to fall behind by half time, and the cup run looked over when the visitors added a third on 56 minutes.
But Darragh Connolly pulled one back, and Kohei Masaki's late header caused a draw at the end of normal time ,with Conor Tobin slotting home a 94th minute to secure progress to Round Three.
Read all about it here..
The seconds delivered a ruthless display of attacking football to hammer Earl Celtic 6-2 in the later kick-off. Ryan Scollard and Peter Tierney netted inside three minutes, with both strikers going on to collect second goals, before Robbie Murray and MJ Tierney increased the margin of victory.
Match report here.
Both teams are, unusually, at home this weekend in back-to-back fixtures at Rockfield Park.
The firsts continue their campaign in the LFA Junior Cup with a 12.00pm kick-off against Beggsboro. Having laboured to a 3-1 victory at Confey, from two divisions down, in the opening round, the visitors are likely to represent a sterner test for John Downes side.
On the face of it, there should be little to choose between the sides, who were separated by just two points at the end of 2016/17, although Beggsboro have made a stronger start to the new seasonin Major 1B, with both sides have had very similar fixtures lists thus far, and both suffering their only defeat against Rush Athletic. Last season, the points were shared between the teams, with Beggsboro recording a comfortable win during Seaford's difficult early part of the campaign, with Seaford taking the points when the sides met again a few weeks later.
Later in the afternoon, the seconds host Earl Celtic in Division 3, with a 2.30pm kick off. Tony Bennett's men will be hoping to bounce back after a difficult run of results which has seen four winless games after recording back-to-back victories to start the season. The squad contains a couple of recent signings hoping to make their debuts, and also sees returns to action for Jim Nolan, after his recovery from a broken nose, and former first team player of the year Mark Sullivan following his own long recuperation from injury..