Both Seaford teams are on the road on Saturday afternoon as they try to maintain their good recent form lines.
It's third place against fourth in Major 1B as Seaford travel to face Inchicore Athletic in Bernard Curtis Park, seeking to avenge a heavy defeat in the reverse fixture last October. Seaford turned in their worst display of the season that day, and were ruthlessly picked off by Core in the second half, but they will approach the rematch with confidence after four straight league wins propelled them into the promotion spots, albeit only on goal difference.
Promotion is out of reach for the Premiers, but they too could achieve a four-match winning streak by beating bottom-placed Rivervalley Rovers in Swords. It was against the same opposition that Eoin Dunne's men recorded their first win of the season back in September, and since then they are team transformed, having seen off Balbriggan, East Wall Rovers and Blackrock College in three different competitions since Christmas.