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St James, Maggotty, Spalding, Browns Town, Oracabessa, St Mary Technical, Titchfield, Glenmuir High, Vere Technical, Seaforth, Green Island and Mile Gully best third place.

The 32 spots in the second round of the ISSA/Wata DaCosta Cup were completed on Saturday's dramatic final day of the first round as 12 teams made sure of their progress.

Former champions St James, Glenmuir and Vere Technical were among the team that advanced setting up another breath-taking home and away second round set for Wednesday and Saturday.

Glenmuir High who need to avoid a heavy loss to advance recorded the most significant margin of victory with a massive 13-0 trouncing of Cross Keys as they accompanied zone M winners Garvey Maceo to the next round.

Garvey Maceo were also in a serious mood with a 10-0 whipping of Winston Jones High as they completed a perfect 10-win first round.

At Jarrett Park, St James High beat Green Pond High 3-1 to finish second behind Cornwall College in Zone A on 20 points.

Cornwall College who had won the zone with two games to spare ended on 28 points, getting full points from Maldon High who failed to show up for a second straight game.

Maggotty High beat Munro College 2-1 in Zone E to take second place behind St Elizabeth Technical who beat Lacovia High 5-3.

Spalding High edged Alston on goal-difference to take the second spot in Zone G behind Christiana, both teams finishing on 16 points after drawing 1-1.

Browns Town high wins Zone I after beating Ocho Rios High 3-1 to end with 21 points while Oracabessa took second place with 19 points after beating York Castle High 2-1 at York Castle.

Titchfield High on 17 points, joined Port Antonio High from Zone L after a 2-2 draw against Fair Prospect who finished third with 15 points.

Clarendon College also ended perfectly after a 7-0 beating of Thompson Town in Zone H, winning all eight games.

Vere Technical are back in the second round after edging Porus High 1-0 to take the second spot behind Old Harbour in Zone O.

Old Harbour beat Kemps 1-0 to win the zone with 16 points, two more than Vere Technical.

Seaforth also advanced after beating Zone O winners Paul Bogle High 1-0.

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