Seaford returned to action with a 3-3 draw against local outfit Sallynoggin Pearse.
The home side used the opportunity to take a look at a large number of new players, deploying a completely different team in each half and, with a number of further substitutions as the second period went on, used 28 different players in total.
Seaford raced into a 2-0 lead inside four minutes, with goals from debutants Alex Smirnoff and Christian Firth, but Noggin pulled one back almost immediately when a deflected effort squirmed past Simon McGinty. Patryk Szafranski made it 3-1 just before half time, converting from close range after Chris Monk's header was blocked on the line.
After Seaford dominated the opening period, the visitors had the better of it as the match wore on, pulling one back just after the break before levelling with 20 minutes to play.