They have gone about their business quietly this Summer, but Cherry Orchard have made some interesting additions.
Having brought in Mark Sandford to bolster their attack the club have also signed a former Bohemians midfielder and a legend of St Francis.
Declan Hevey has added to an already creative midfield by bringing in Nial Forrester, who scored on his debut.
Forrester played for Shamrock Rovers under-19s before signing for Sacred Heart. In December 2012 he returned to the LOI and penned a deal with Bohemians, but left without making a first team appearance.
Joining Forrester through the Elm Dale gates is Anthony Shortt. Shortt is most famed for his time at St Francis having lead their line with distinction for many a year.
The striker had a six month spell with Glenville two seasons ago before being a regular for Tolka Rovers last term.
The front man has now joined Cherry Orchard and gets another chance to impress in Senior Sunday.