After a couple of good cup wins for the Majors in the past week, it's the Premiers who take centre-stage for Seaford this weekend, with a trip to face league-leaders Woodhazel.
Boasting several ex-Ballymun United stars, the northsiders have made light work of the division so far, winning all eight games at at average scoreline of 6-1. And indeed when the sides met in Blackrock earlier in the campaign, it resulted in a defeat of that sort of magnitude for the Penguins, who could at least point to the absence of a number of key players, and the loss of their goalkeeper to a first half injury in mitigation. But with three away wins on a row, the most recent of which saw a number of debutants impress against Pegasus, Dunner's men won't be daunted by their trip to Coultry Park, which will given them a great opportunity to stake their claim as best-of-the-rest in the Premier 1 section.
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