Paul Bogle and Dinthill win six straight in D’Cup

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Paul Bogle High and former winers Dinthill Technical both raced to six straight wins while Mannings School and St Elizabeth Technical also stayed perfect after wins in Wednesday's ISSA daCosta Cup football round of matches.

Paul Bogle set school records with their 12-0 win over Robert Lightbourne High in their return round game as they took control of Zone L.

Maleik McFarlane scored a hat-trick to lead Paul Bogle who had won the first round game 3-1. Tyrell Mendez scored a brace while there were goals for Vashaun Daley, Ricardo Tyrell, Tyreek Stewart, Ricardo Perry, Oshane Dixon, Mark Baugh and Jayden James.

It was the second time this season that Robert Lightbourne were losing by double-digits margin after they lost 11-0 to Seaforth High earlier.

Dinthill hammered Ewarton High 10-0 winning their sixth game and the second time they got to double figures after earlier beating Enid Bennett by the same margin.

Daniel Roberts led the way for Dinthill Technical with five goals while Vashaun Douse scored two.

Mannings School came from a goal down to beat Grange Hill 3-1 at Mannings as Abena Wallace scored twice and Jarvin Williams got the other as they increased their lead in Zone D after Petersfield High were held 0-0 by Belmont Academy, snapping their perfect start.

STETHS were 2-0 winners over Lacovia High with goals from Antwone Smith and Donte Campbell after they had won the first round game 1-0.

Manchester High also dropped points for the first time as they were held 2-2 by deCarteret College in Zone F where Bellefield High blanked May Day High 3-0 with two goals from Renaldo Farquharson and one from Mark Rowe while Belair High also beat Mt St Joseph Catholic 3-0.

Happy Grove got their first win of the season, beating Port Antonio High 3-1 with goals from Sean Williams, Courtney Williams and Alex Afflick 85 after Antwone Wilson had made it 1-1 for Port Antonio High just after half time.

At Westmoreland Oval Annotto Bay came from behind to earn a 2-2 draw with St Mary Technical.

Wednesday’s Games

Zone B

Merlene Ottey1, Green Island 3

Zone D

Mannings 3 Grange Hill 1

Petersfield 0, Belmont 0

Zone E

Lacovia 0, STETHS 2

Sydney Pagon 1, Maggotty 2

Munro College 0, BB Coke 1

Zone F

Bellefield 3, May Day 0

Belair 3, Mt St Joseph 0

DeCarteret 2, Manchester 2

Zone G

Alston 0, Mile Gully 3

Holmwood 1, Christiana 1

Zone I

Ocho Rios 0, Browns Town 2

York Castle vs Marcus Garvey- Called off after35 minutes

Zone J

Wycliffe Martin vs Horace Clarke- Wycliffe Bennett

Annotto Bay 2, St Mary Tech 2

St Mary High 1, Tacky 3

Zone K

Charlemont 3, Enid Bennett 1

Dinthill 10, Ewarton 0

Guys Hill 1, McGrath 5

Zone L

Paul Bogle 12, Robert Lightbourne 0

St Thomas Tech 2, Morant Bay 2

Yallahs 1, Seaforth 1

Zone N

Kemps Hill vs Foga Road- Field water-logged

Vere Tech 1, Garvey Maceo 1- blown off after 88 minutes

Zone O

Port Antonio 1, Happy Grove 3

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