STETHS in driver's seat


October 08, 2015
André Castle (left) of BB Coke High controls the ball just ahead of Nicholas Gayle of St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) during Wednesday's daCosta Cup Group E clash in Santa Cruz. STETHS won 4-0.

STETHS in driver's seat

Paul Clarke

Western Bureau

The big three in Group E of the 2015 ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup - St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), Munro College and Lacovia High, all logged important victories to keep the group wide open with one round of matches remaining.

STETHS whipped BB Coke 4-0 to move to 18 points, still second behind Lacovia (19 points), who edged Maggotty 1-0. Munro, who won 2-0 at Newell are third on 16 points.

Hot striker Michael 'Diddy' Kerr hit a brace for the former champions either side of the half-time break, while there was a goal apiece from Shawn Genus and Demar James.

"We needed goals and these three points and we got them in another positive display of controlled football," declared STETHS coach Omar Wedderburn.

STETHS are now slight favourites to top the group going into Saturday's final group matches. They face lowly Newell while Munro will square off against Lacovia and BB Coke oppose Maggotty.

Meanwhile, St. James High have topped Group A with 14 points following their their 3-0 win over Green Pond. Cornwall College are second on 12.

Unbeaten Manchester High continued their impressive form with a 20-0 drubbing of Winston Jones.

Yesterday's results

Manchester 20 Winston Jones 0

St James 3 Green Pond 0

Lacovia 1 Maggotty 0

Newell 0 Munro 2

STETHS 4 BB Coke 0

Green Island 2 Frome 1

Knox 1 Spalding 2

Godfrey Stewart 1 Maud McLeod 0

Little London 0 Petersfield 6

Lennon 3 Kellits 0

Ewarton 1 Dinthill 0

Thompson Town 2 Edwin Allen 1

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