KINGSTON, Jamaica - Christiana High forced a three-way tie for the lead in Zone G of the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup football competition after beating Bellefield High 2-0 in their return round game, avenging a first round loss.
The win took Christiana High to 12 points from six games, the same number of points as leaders Mile Gully High from five games and Bellefield High who have played seven games.
McGrath High took the lead in Zone J on goal-difference over Dinthill Technical after a 1-0 win over Charlemont High on Monday, thanks to a 41st minute goal from Devone Davis.
The win took McGrath High to nine points from five games, two more than Dinthill Technical whose game against Enid Bennett High was one of several interrupted by lightning.
Charlemont High were losing back- to -back games by 1-0 margins after they went down to Ewarton High last week and are stuck on six points in third place.
Belair High are on 15 points and in second place in Zone F after a 2-0 win over Mt St Joseph Catholic on Monday.
Belair High were beating Mt St Joseph for the second time this season as the game between leaders Manchester High and deCarteret College was interrupted by lightning after 34 minutes with Manchester High leading 1-0.
Holmwood Technical scored only their second win of the season, beating Alphansus Davis High 2-0 in Zone G, while May Day High beat Cross Keys High 5-1 in Zone F
Results from Monday's games:
Carron Hall High 0, St Mary High 6
Wycliffe Martin High 2, Horace Clarke High 0
Ocho Rios High 1, Brown's Town High 1
Porus High vs Old Harbour High- not play due to lightning
Sydney Pagon High 0, BB Coke High 4
Bellefield High 0, Christiana High 2
Alphansus Davis High 0, Holmwood Tech 2
Mile Gully High vs Knox College- not played due to lightning
Charlemont High 0, McGrath High 1
Enid Bennett High vs Dinthill Technical-not played due to lightning
Cross Keys 1, May Day High 5
deCarteret College vs Manchester High- not played due to lightning
Belair High 2, Mt St Joseph Catholic 0
– Paul A Reid