Both Seaford sides have won three league matches on the bounce, but those winning streaks will be tested on Saturday afternoon as each travels to the northside to face one of the elite sides in their division.
The firsts' strong run of form was ended last week with a 5-1 reverse at St Kevin's Boys, even if the lack of a recognised goalkeeper had a big bearing on the margin of victory for the men from Whitehall. They travel to Porterstown Road to face a St Mochta's team that is unbeaten in league action for more than six months, a run which has propelled them into what looks like a three-way battle for the Major 1B title along with fellow northsiders Rush Athletic and Tolka Rovers.
Meanwhile, the seconds will face Ayrfield United, who themselves look odds-on to claim the silverware in Division 3. They trail leaders Balbriggan by three points, but will be confident of making up the difference, having three games in hand, particularly following Seaford's win against their nearest rivals three weeks ago, the match which sparked an upturn in form for Tony Bennett's men. Ayrfield however remain unbeaten all season in the league, and ran out comfortable winners when the same sides met in September, but Seaford will relish their underdog status and will be hopeful of another upset to keep the run going.