Titchfield take the lead in D’Cup Zone O
Soccer player kicks the ball vigorously at the stadium

PORT ANTONIO, Portland — Taffano Bryan scored a double to lead Titchfield High to a 3-1 win over Fair Prospect at Carder Park in Port Antonio on Thursday and take over the points lead in Zone O of the ISSA daCosta Cup football competition.

Titchfield High scored their second win and improved to seven points, two more than Happy Grove, both having played three games each.

Titchfield High raced to a 3-0 lead after 25 minutes with Bryan scoring in the fourth and 25th minutes and Cardiff McKenzie got the other as they led at the half-time break.

Shemar Clarke pulled one back for Fair Prospect in the 49th minute, their first of the season but could not prevent them crashing to their third straight loss.

In the other game played on Thursday, Old Harbour High edged Denbigh High 3-2 to move into a three-way tie for the lead in Zone M with Glenmuir High and Central High, all on six points.

Glenmuir High, who has played two games, lead on goal difference with Central High in second place.

– Paul A Reid

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