Rusea's maintain 100 per cent record

Friday, September 14, 2018

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CAMBRIDGE, St James Defending champions Rusea's High made it two wins from as many starts in the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup competition after beating Cambridge High 3-1 in their Zone B game at Cambridge yesterday.

Kenroy Campbell scored two goals to lead the Rusea's High team as they improved to six points, same as Frome Technical High who lead the Zone on goal difference after a 5-2 win over Hopewell High at Kenilworth Heart Academy.

Giovauni Mittoo scored his second straight hat-trick to lead Frome Technical as they registered five times in each of their two games so far.

Three other schools — Spot Valley High in Zone C as well as Ocho Rios High and Brown's Town — maintained their winning starts with more wins yesterday.

Travoy Vassell scored for Spot Valley as they sent Herbert Morrison Technical to consecutive 0-1 losses. The victors have yet to concede a goal in two starts.

William Knibb Memorial blanked neighbours Holland High 2-0, while Muschett High were 1-0 winners over Cedric Titus.

Ocho Rios and Brown's Town stayed locked at the top of Zone I on six points; Ocho Rios edged Marcus Garvey 1-0 and Brown's Town beat Oracabessa 2-0.

York Castle rebounded from their loss to Browns Town on Saturday with a 6-0 hammering of Iona High.

Ruel Miller scored a brace as Petersfield opened their campaign with an 8-0 thrashing of newcomers Belmont Academy at Sandals South Coast field, while Little London clipped Mannings School 1-0, both in Zone D.

St Mary High were the only winners in Zone J clipping Carron Hall 1-0, while games between Brimmervale High and Guys Hill and Tacky High and St Mary Technical both ended in 0-0 draws.

Four rescheduled matches will be played today, brought forward from tomorrow.

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