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    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=1 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD><SPAN class=TopStory>Petersfield shock Godfrey Stewart 2-0</SPAN>
    <SPAN class=Subheadline>FOOTBALL - daCosta Cup</SPAN></TD></TR><TR><TD>PAUL A REID, Observer writer
    Thursday, September 21, 2006
    <P class=StoryText align=justify>MONTEGO BAY - Minnows Petersfield High shocked defending champions Godfrey Stewart 2-0 in their Zone C ISSA/Pepsi/JN schoolboy clash in Savanna-la-mar yesterday.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Keidian Dobson and Troy Reid scored once in either half as Petersfield handed the daCosta Cup champs their first defeat in group play since October 2003 when Little London beat them in a return-round game.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Losing coach Carl 'Long Life' Palmer said his team played poorly and lost too many balls in their own half.
    Petersfield's first triumph in five years over their rivals took them to joint top of the group on six points with Grange Hill, who were idle.<P class=StoryText align=justify>In another Zone C match played yesterday, Mannings got their first win in three starts by beating Maude McLeod 4-1, thanks to two goals from former national Under-17 player Draion McNain and one each from Oshayne Foote and Derron Tomlinson.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Meanwhile, former champions St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), Munro College and Glenmuir High won their third straight matches, while Maldon and St Thomas Tech had their unbeaten runs snapped.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Renario Downswell jumped atop the goalscoring charts with a four-timer to lead STETHS to a 5-0 trouncing of Lacovia - their sixth win in seven meetings between the teams.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Comar Pascoe scored the other goal to take his tally to eight and joint second-place with Fair Prospect's Roger Wilson.
    Munro also had a 5-0 win against Newell, with Andre Anderson and Javid Jenus scoring twice and Richard Wilson once.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Black River also went on a goal scoring spree in Zone E, blanking Maggotty 7-0 as Lamar McKenzie, Sean Isaacs and Andre Barnaby scored two goals apiece, and Allan Fletcher one.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Glenmuir made it three from three in Zone I when they beat Kemps Hill for the 11th straight time. Kashmar Briscoe, James Thomas and Clovel Dinnal scored in their 3-0 victory.
    Former champions Frome Technical made it two straight with a 5-2 win over Cambridge on a muddy field. Obrian Woodbine got a hat-trick, while Sedane McCreath and Demar Howard got a goal each.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Rusea's stayed atop Zone B ahead of Frome following their 1-0 win over Anchovy, courtesy of Clinton Clarke third goal in as many games.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Maldon were brought back to earth in Zone A after they were edged 1-0 by Herbert Morrison. Mikhail Leslie scored a 78th-minute penalty.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Roger Wilson returned to the Fair Prospect team with a bang after sitting out Saturday's game due to red card when he scored twice in their 2-0 win over Yallahs.<P class=StoryText align=justify>St Thomas lost 2-0 to Titchfield, who were stretching their unbeaten run against their rivals to five matches.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Dennis Harvey scored twice for Ewarton in their 4-1 win over Dinthill, while Antony Walters also scored twice in Tacky's 3-0 win over Oracabessa.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Yesterday's results<P class=StoryText align=justify>Zone A
    Herbert Morrison 1 v Maldon 0
    St James High 0 v Cornwall 0<P class=StoryText align=justify>Zone B
    Cambridge 2 v Frome 5
    Anchovy 0 Rusea's 1<P class=StoryText align=justify>Zone C
    Godfrey Stewart 0 v Petersfield 2
    Mannings 4 v Maude McLeod 1<P class=StoryText align=justify>Zone E
    Maggotty 0 v Black River 7
    Lacovia 0 v STETHS 5
    Munro 5 v Newell 0<P class=StoryText align=justify>Zone I
    Old Harbour 2 v Garvey Maceo 3
    Solidarity is not a matter of well wishing, but is sharing the very same fate whether in victory or in death.
    Che Guevara.