Drawing Booth Road away in the cup has become a frequent but unhappy ritual for Seaford in recent seasons, and their luckless run against the Clondalkin outfit continued with another penalty shoot-out defeat in Greenogue on Wednesday night.
Outplayed at times during the first half, the Penguins dominated the second, fighting back from a goal down to lead courtesy of a Chirs Monk brace. But a controversial stoppage-time penalty gave the hosts a lifeline, and they eventually prevailed 5-3 on penalties. Read the full match report here..
The only weekend fixture is the Premiers' home tie against Transport, as Dunner's men look to avenge last weekend's defeat.