Mixed fortunes on the pitch this weekend, with a win and a loss for the club in a Rockfield Park double-header.
The Majors were involved in a tight and tense clash against Kilnamanagh, which was eventually settled by an injury time winner from Christian Firth, set up by keeper Oisin Geoghegan who had moments earlier prevented the visitors from nicking the three points themselves. Read the full match report here.
Meanwhile the Premiers ran out of luck against East Wall Rovers. First ever Seaford goals from Owen Brayden and Matty Sheehan had given the hosts a deserved 2-0 lead after a suberb first half display. But East Wall pulled one back before half time and early in the second, with Seaford keeper Simon McGinty injured in the process. That meant Adam Finnegan was forced to don the gloves, and the stand-in stopper couldn't prevent the visitors from taking the lead shortly after.
Carl Doyle netted an equaliser for Seaford but East Wall grabbed another to seal a 4-3 win.
Seaford got the job done during the opening quarter, as impressive goals from Shelton, Scollard and Sullivan secured a second win on the bounce away at bottom-placed Parkvale in Rathfarnham. Read the full match report here.
With a weekend off for the Majors, Seaford's Premier team are flying the flag with a trip to Rathfarnham to face Parkvale in Saturday Premier 1.
Eoin Dunne's side endured a difficult start to the campaign, with three straight defeats, but they have been gradually turned things around, suffering only two more losses in the next six. This run included a 2-2 draw with Parkvale at Rockfield Park in October, when Carl Doyle and Ryan Scollard netted as the hosts came from two behind to recover a point. Most recently, they made another comeback to turnover high-flying Pegasus, with Scollard netting a brace to make it three goals in just two starts for the season.
Parkvale currently prop up the table and are still waiting on their first LSL win, but have at least avoided defeat in three of their last four, having suffered six straight losses to begin the season.
There was a double success at Rockfield Park as both Seaford sides came from behind to pick up impressive wins against higher-ranked opponents.
The Majors continued their recovery from a recent dip in form with a 2-1 win over Verona. Mike O'Neill headed in an equaliser for Seaford early in the second half before Stephen Canavan grabbed a winner. Read the full match report here.
Meanwhile, the Premiers earned an underdog win of their own by seeing off Pegasus St James's. Prolific midfielder Sam Browne opened the scoring, before the visitors scored either side of half time to take he lead, only for a brace from Ryan Scollard to secure the points. Read all about it here.