Paul Bogle High wins fifth straight D-Cup match
<p></p>Players hold their national flags during the openingceremony of the Football for Hope Festival 2014 atthe Vila Olimpica Mane Garrincha in Rio de Janeiroyesterday. The Football for Hope Festival 2014brings 32 teams from around the world thatstruggle against social issues through football andis played by players of mixed gender withoutreferees.(AP photos)

ST THOMAS, Jamaica— Paul Bogle High became the first school to win their first five games in the ISSA daCosta Cup football competition after they blanked Yallahs High 3-0 in their Zone L game on Thursday.

Tyrese Stewart, Ricardo Tyrell and Reynaldo Perry scored for Paul Bogle High as they raced to 15 points and opened up a six-point lead over second placed Yallahs High.

Seaforth High inched up a point behind Yallahs High after drawing 1-1 with St Thomas Technical, while Morant Bay moved to seven points after beating Robert Lightbourne High 7-0 with Michael Williams scoring a hat-trick.

Paul A Reid

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