Former champions stretch win records in daCosta Cup
Irwin High's Ronaldo Hylton (right) gets past St James High's Tariq Kerr in the daCosta Cup Zone A game at Irwin on Saturday, October 1, 2022. (Photo: Paul Reid)

GREEN ISLAND, Hanover — Former champions Frome Technical, Clarendon College and Glenmuir High were among four teams to extend their perfect win records as the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association daCosta Cup football competition continued on Monday.

Frome Technical, Clarendon College and Cedric Titus all ran their records to four wins, while Glenmuir High won their third-straight to take over the lead in Zone M.

Defending champions Garvey Maceo High won back-to-back games after their opening day draw but Irwin High were held 0-0 in back-to-back games after winning their first four.

Despite conceding for the first time this season, Frome Technical turned back Green Island High 5-1 in their rescheduled game at Green Island.

Ackeem Kangol led the scoring with a double as Frome Technical retook the lead in Zone B. Stevaughn Spence got his eighth goal of the season while Dwayne Watt and Andre Reid got the other goals.

Devonti Hodges with two goals and Christopher Hull, Malachi Douglas and Marques Reid got one each as Clarendon College ran out 5-0 winners over Thompson Town in their Zone H game. They race to 12 points, five more than second- place Edwin Allen.

Lennon High beat Kellits High 6-1 for their second win of the season; they move to within a point of Edwin Allen.

Cedric Titus took over the lead in Zone C with their fourth win, beating Muschett High 5-0 to improve to 12 points. Christopher Walters, Jazzoy Blagrove, Kemari Gordon, Roshawn Small and Kerron Eccleston all got on the scoresheet.

Glenmuir High, the leaders in Zone M on goal difference, beat Old Harbour High 2-0. Central High and Old Harbour are the other teams on nine points.

Garvey Maceo rolled past Foga Road 3-1 in Zone N while Kemps Hill High got their first victory, blanking Winston Jones High 3-0.

The goals seems to have dried up for Irwin High, who were held 0-0 by Maldon High in their rescheduled Zone A game. It's the second time in three days Irwin have failed to score after netting 10 goals in their first four games.

Hopewell High scored their first win since 2019 after beating Merlene Ottey High 1-0 in their Zone B game.


Zone A

Maldon 0, Irwin 0

Zone B

Merlene Ottey 0, Hopewell 1

Green Island 1, Frome 5

Zone C

Cedric Titus 5, Muschett 0

Zone F

Bellefield 0, Manchester 1

May Day 0, Belair 3

deCarteret 1, Mt St Joseph 1

Zone H

Thompson Town 0, Clarendon College 5

Lennon 6, Kellits 1

Zone M

Old Harbour 0, Glenmuir 2

Zone N

Kemps Hill 3, Winston Jones 0

Garvey Maceo 3, Foga Road 1

Paul Reid

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