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Manchester High atop Zone F after 7-2 win over DeCarteret

By September 18, 2018

Manchester High School ran out 7-2 winners over deCarteret College to sit atop Zone F following play on Tuesday in the daCosta Cup competition.

The win sees Manchester on 10 points from their four matches, one more than BB Coke who have nine points following their 3-2 win over Mile Gully, who are third in the zone with seven points.

The loss by Mile Gully means their lead over Belair High has been cut to three points after the latter outscored May Day 4-2. Belair now has four points and are third in the zone.

Meanwhile, in Zone I Brown’s Town High blanked Iona High 6-0 to secure their third win from four games this season. Their 10 points see them lead the group only on goal difference over Ocho Rios High who edged Oracabessa 1-0.

York Castle are third in the group after they scored their second win over the season, a 2-1 victory over Marcus Garvey. They now have two wins and two losses on the season.

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