daCosta Cup Group A takes shape

September 16, 2016
Tyreke Clarke of St. James (left) turns away from his marker, John Miller of Anchovy in their Zone A daCosta Cup game at Jarrett Park. Clarke scored the only goal of the match to give St. James a 1-0 win. Paul Clarke Photo
Michael Heaven of Cornwall College (centre) is being hounded by three Irwin players in their Zone A daCosta Cup match on September 13, where he was on target in his school's 3-0 win. Paul Clarke Photo

THE three most dominant schools in Zone A of the 2016 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Flow daCosta Cup are all on a winning trend as the zone begins to take shape.

Cornwall College, St James High, and Green Pond registered wins in their latest matches.

Cornwall College are looking to stake a claim for pole position in a zone that is sure to have its own twists and turns before the Inter-Zone round.

The team were able to win despite losing striker Jourdane Fletcher, who was red-carded for an off-the-ball incident in their first game.

The win sent the Montego Bay team clear atop Zone A on maximum six points from two matches and a healthy goal difference over St. James, who also picked up three points at Jarrett Park.

St James also maintain a one-hundred per cent win record, while Green Pond recovered from their drawn first match to claim three vital points to be third in the zone.

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