Frome stay perfect with 3-2 win over Cambridge
Frome Technical's Stevaughn Spence (centre) darts past Cambridge High's Keneil Peterkin (right) in Friday's ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup Zone B game at Cambridge High. Spence scored a hat-trick as Frome Tech won 3-2. (Photo: Paul Reid)

CAMBRIDGE, St James — Eight schools, including three former champions Frome Technical, Rusea's High and St Elizabeth Technical, extended their winning start in the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup competition after Friday's round of matches.

Frome Technical outscored Cambridge High 3-2, Rusea's High edged Green Island High 1-0 and STETHS were 2-0 winners over Maggotty High School.

Another 19 games are scheduled for today with last season's beaten finalists Central High, Enid Bennett High and former winners Vere Technical all making their first appearances of the season.

On Friday, Stevaughn Spence scored a hat-trick for Frome Technical as they registered back-to-back wins over Cambridge High, who got a double from Jayr Moore.

Damar Sailsman scored the lone goal for Rusea's High against Green Island.

Cedric Titus brought Ocho Rios High back to earth after clipping them 2-1 in Clarks Town, days after Ocho Rios had beaten Discovery Bay High 15-0.

Belair High, who scored eight goals on Tuesday, beat Mt St Joseph High 5-0, the same margin that Manchester High got by DeCarteret College.

BB Coke stayed perfect after edging Lacovia High 1-0, while Annotto Bay High beat Carron Hall High 9-0.

Amari Reid scored a hat-trick for William Knibb Memorial who bounced back from their loss to Brown Town to beat Ferncourt High 10-0 while St Mary High beat Iona High 8-0.

Friday's Results

Cambridge High-2 Frome Tech-3

Rusea's High-1 Green Island-0

Cedric Titus-2 Ocho Rios-1

Ferncourt High-0 William Knibb Memorial-10

Brown's Town-1 York Castle-1

Discovery Bay vs Aabuthnott Gallimore — Noranda Sports Complex

Grange Hill-3 Knockalva Tech-0

Munro College-3 Newell High-0

Maggotty High-0 STETHS- 2

Lacovia High-0 BB Coke-1

Sydney Pagon STEM-2 Horace Clarke-0

May Day High-4 Cross Keys-1

Manchester High-5 deCarteret College-0

Mt St Josephs Catholic-0 Belair High- 5

St Mary High-8 Iona High- 0

Annotto Bay High-9 Carron Hall High-0

Today's games

Maldon High vs Green Pond — Maldon

Cornwall College vs Irwin High — Cornwall College

Spot Valley vs St James High — Spot Valley

Petersfield High vs Manning's School — Petersfield

Christiana vs Bellefield — Kirkvine Sports Complex

Holmwood Tech vs Alphansus Davis — Holmwood

Knox College vs Mile Gully — Knox

Dinthill Tech vs Ewarton High — Dinthill

McGrath High vs Enid Bennett — McGrath High

Morant Bay High vs Paul Bogle — Morant Bay High

Yallahs High vs Robert Lightbourne

Porus High vs Old Harbour High — Glenmuir High 1:30 pm

Glenmuir High vs Central High — Glenmuir High 3:30 pm

Tacius Golding vs Garvey Maceo — Port Esquivel

Kemps Hill vs Vere Tech — Kemps Hill High

Port Antonio High vs Titchfield — Carder Park

Happy Grove vs Fair Prospect — Happy Grove High

Wycliffe Martin High vs St Mary Tech — Wycliffe Martin High

Tacky High vs Horace Clarke High — Tacky High

Paul A Reid

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