A rare event on Saturday as both Seaford teams line-up in back-to-back fixtures at Rockfield Park.
First, with a 12.00 noon kick off, the seconds host Ardmore Rovers in Division 3. The visitors have started the season strongly, currently occupying the final promotion spot, and their form in front of goal has been especially impressive, averaging no fewer than five goals per game so far. But they needed a last-minute winner to take the points in the sides' previous encounter in Bray in September, after Garrett Connolly had twice levelled for Seaford. The main connection between the two clubs is former Seaford legend Dan Kiely, who now has a coaching role at Rovers.
After that, the firsts host Beggsboro in Major 1B, kicking off at 2.00pm. It's been a frustrating season so far for John Downes's side, who find themselves in the bottom half of the table with just one league win so far. But they did record an extra-time victory over this weekend's opposition in the Leinster Junior Cup, as Conor Tobin sent Seaford through with a penalty in a 4-3 win.
It wasn't the first goal-filled encounter between the sides in recent years. Last year, Beggsboro hammered Seaford 5-1 early in the season before the blues got their own back in the reverse fixture, whilst the previous season a hat-trick from Mark Sullivan, recently returned to action after a year out, saw Seaford claim all three points in Cabra with a 6-3 win.