Seaford clung on to their place in Major 1B by the skin of their teeth after a tumultuous 2017/18 campaign.
The team didn't pick up a league win until November, finally breaking their duck in the seven match, a dramative 6-4 win over Clontarf courtesy of a hat-trick from star man Kohei Masaki. They had enjoyed some respite in the Leinster Junior Cup, eliminating Confey and Beggsboro before coming acropper against AUL outfit Columbas Rovers.
A second 4-3 win over Beggsboro - this time in the league, and a draw at promotion-bound Tolka Rovers kept the team out of the drop zone going into the winter break, but the start of 2018 brought unlucky defeats against two relegation rivals in St James's Gate and Kilnamanagh, putting Seaford right back in the soup.
The team responded brilliantly with a five-game winning streak in all competitions, including a home and away double over Leixlip United and a 5-0 thrashing of Gate.
Those points proved crucial as the side's form collapsed at the end of season on the back of a heavy defeat at St Kevin's Boys in the Carroll Cup quarter final. Seaford picked up just one point from their final six league matches - and even that involved throwing away a 2-0 lead over St Mochta's with five minutes to play - but ultimately they had just enough to cling on to survival
*after extra time
** Seaford won 6-5 on penalties
First Team Statistics 2017/18