A second school, Dinthill Technical High have booked their place in the second round of the ISSA daCosta Cup football competition after beating Charlemont High 3-0 in their Zone H game played at Drax Hall in St Ann.

It was Dinthill Technical’s fourth win and a draw, taking them to 13 points and ensures they cannot finish lower than second in Zone H.

They join another former champion Garvey Maceo High who booked their spot from Zone F even with two play-off games to come, cannot finish lower than second place as well.

Dayeshaniel Russell scored his first two goals of the season and Shamar Hutchinson scored the other, his third overall in their win over Charlemont High.

Ocho Rios High climbed into second place with their 3-0 win over York Castle High and are tied with Charlemont High, both on eight points but the St Ann school lead on goal-difference.

Meanwhile, William Knibb Memorial chalked up win number five in a row blanking Maldon High 5-0 in their Zone A game in Martha Brae.

Mark Lewis scored his eighth goal of the season and teamed up with Kernel Peart, Kevin Clarke, Olivier Brown and Onardo Dixon to lead William Knibb Memorial, as they rebounded from an uninspired 1-0 win over St James High in mid week.

Herbert Morrison came from a goal down to beat Holland High 2-1 and remained in second spot on 12 points with Camarco Brown scoring both goals.

Cornwall College are two points adrift in third place, setting up a winner take all game for the second spot on Tuesday, after a 2-0 win over Spot Valley High with goals from Brandon Timberlake and Mikhail Samuels, both in the first 25 minutes of the game.

In the other game Tavin Leslie scored a brace for Irwin High who held off St James High 3-2.