Dinthill Technical now have nine wins in as many games after a 1-0 home victory over Guys Hill in Zone K of the ISSA/Digicel DaCosta Cup on Friday.

McGrath High tightened their grip on second in the zone with a 3-0 win over Enid Bennett at the Bybrook Sports Club to move to 21 points from their nine games, five points clear of Charlemont who drew with Ewarton 1-1 at the Ewarton Sports Complex.

Glenmuir got their fourth win in as many games to move within three points of the top of Zone M. A 7-0 win over Tacius Golding at the Port Esquivel Sports Club means that they now have 12 points from four games, three behind leaders Central High who beat Old Harbour 3-2 at Effortville to move to 15 points from six matches.

Manning’s returned to winning ways with a comfortable 4-0 score-line over Belmont Academy at home. They now lead Zone D with 22 points from eight outings. Black River and Grange Hill played out a goalless draw at Black River in Friday’s other zone clash. Second-placed Petersfield (12 points from six games) and third placed Godfrey Stewart (nine points from seven games) will do battle on Saturday.

In the lone Zone I fixture, Oracabessa and Browns Town played out a 1-1 draw at Clemhard’s Park.

B.B Coke beat Lacovia 2-0 at home to move to second in Zone E. They now have 13 points from eight games, trailing leaders STETHS by eight points and moving two points clear of Munro College in third.

Belair High strengthened their hold on the lead in Zone F with a 2-1 win over Bellefield at Bellefield, their sixth win in a row. They now have 18 points from seven games, three more than DeCarteret College who won 4-1 over May Day at May Day to move past Manchester into second with 15 points from seven games. Manchester has13 from six games and will play May Day on Monday.






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