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    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=1 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD><SPAN class=TopStory>Frome, Clarendon, Ochi, DC continue winning ways</SPAN>
    <SPAN class=Subheadline></SPAN></TD></TR><TR><TD>BY PAUL A REID Observer Writer
    Sunday, September 24, 2006
    <P class=StoryText align=justify>MONTEGO BAY - Five teams, led by former champions Frome Technical High and Clarendon College, maintained their perfect win records yesterday in the schoolboy ISSA/Pepsi/JN daCosta Cup competition.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Frome Technical in Zone B, Ocho Rios High in Zone D, St Elizabeth Technical in Zone E, DeCarteret College and Clarendon College have not dropped a point since the start of the season.<TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=5 width=360 align=center border=0><TBODY><TR><TD></TD></TR><TR><TD><SPAN class=Description>Herbert Morrison's Ronique Francis (centre) is caught between Cornwall's Edward Campbell and Bjorn Moore during their daCosta Cup Zone A match in Montego Bay yesterday. Cornwall won 1-0. (Photo: Paul Reid) </SPAN></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE><P class=StoryText align=justify>Frome blanked former champions Rusea's High 3-0 at the Colin Miller Sports Complex in Lucea to win their third straight game and assume the group lead with nine points, ahead of their rivals.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Obrian Woodbine - with his fourth goal of the season, Keswick Samuels and Kevon Wynter scored for the 'Boysie' Nicholson-coached Frome, who extended their unbeaten run against Rusea's to eight matches.
    Ocho Rios High came from a goal down to beat Marcus Garvey 2-1 at Drax Hall to take sole leadership of Zone D with six points.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Both teams won their opening game the previous week and went into the game locked on points.
    Sandre Wilson scored a hat-trick for DeCarteret College in their 3-0 win over Belair High to lead Zone F with six points after Manchester High were held to a surprise 1-1 draw by May Day.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Wilson's triple took his tally this season to five goals.
    Clarendon College made it three straight victories in Zone H by blanking Lennon High 2-0, while Denbigh High were 5-1 winners over Thompson Town, thanks to a brace from Germaine Christian and a goal each from Marlon Ellis, Demar Douglas and Markie Smith.<P class=StoryText align=justify>There were surprising ties for defending champions Godfrey Stewart and last season's beaten finalists Glenmuir.<P class=StoryText align=justify>After losing to Petersfield on Wednesday, Godfrey Stewart could only manage a 1-1 result against Grange Hill at Belle Isle to stay in fourth place in the five-team group. Mannings and Petersfield drew 0-0.
    Grange Hill High and Petersfield lead the group with seven points apiece, while Mannings and Godfrey Stewart are next on four.<P class=StoryText align=justify>James Thomas scored twice to take Glenmuir from a goal down to lead 2-1 before Ashton Bennett rallied his team with a late equaliser as the teams drew 2-2.<P class=StoryText align=justify>The draw was the first time in 13 Zone I matches, stretching back to 2004, that Glenmuir were unable to land three points on offer in their group. Ironically, the last team to hold them was Garvey Maceo in 2004.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Cornwall College got their first victory of the season when they edged Herbert Morrison 1-0 at Cornwall.
    Richard Edmonson scored the winning goal in the 10th minute as the home team scored for the first time this season - a drought lasting 190 minutes - as they handed Herbert Morrison their first defeat of the season.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Edmonson, who led his school with 13 goals last season, finished off a good move down the left started by Cedric Daley and Edward Campbell when he slipped the ball under th
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