St Francis it seems are serious about there comeback.
Probably the most famous amateur side of all withdrew there senior set up from the Leinster Senior League last season and didn’t feel an adult team at all.
However, they have reformed the Senior Committee this season, appointed Kevin Smith Jr as their manager and have somewhat fortunately have been placed as high as Major Sunday by the LSL ahead of the new season.
Now the John Hyland Park side have confirmed the first of their new signings and it is a rather impressive one.
Former Shamrock Rovers, Bray Wanderers and Sporting Fingal player Paul Caffrey has agreed to join the revolution and is the first confirmed player through the gate at the Baldonnel based club.
The midfielder may be at the veteran stage of his career, but brings experience and potential leadership to a team that face a tough task to out of Major Sunday and back in the Intermediate ranks.
Caffrey has also experience of the amateur leagues having played for Sacred Heart in recent seasons.
The Saints have a full squad up training and will announce more signings once pen is put to paper of the coming weeks.
Their addition to a league that also includes Collinstown, St Kevins, Clondalkin Celtic, Willow Park and other ambitious clubs ensures the top Major LSL league will be one to watch out for next season.