New champions will be crowned in the ISSA/Flow daCosta Cup football competition after last year’s winners Clarendon College came up short and were dumped out of the competition as the quarterfinals ended on Wednesday.

Despite beating Rusea’s High 2-0 in their Group S game with goals from Seigel Knight and Joel Sterling, Clarendon College finished with six points, one less than Dinthill Technical who beat Glenmuir High 3-0 to top the group with seven points.

Dinthill who are returning to the semi-finals for the second year, were joined by Manchester High and Lennon High who topped Group P and Group Q respectively.

The fourth semi-final slot will be filled on Thursday when Group R is completed- St Elizabeth Technical will play Mannings School while Vere Technical and Marcus Garvey Technical will meet.

Manchester High were less than impressive but managed to get by St James High winning 1-0 as Romaine Walsh’s third minute strike from a goalmouth melee made the difference.

Lennon High topped Group Q with seven points as they beat Petersfield High as Rushane Grant scored twice and Jason Johnson the other.

Dinthill Technical made it back to back semi-finals after thrashing Glenmuir High 3-0 to top Group S with seven points, one more than Clarendon College who beat Rusea’s High 2-0.

Lagaune Thompson, Rodave Murray and Douwarne Hamilton all scored for Dinthill who are seeking their first title since 1981.