Irwin High and Paul Bogle High had their historic starts to the ISSA daCosta Cup season come to an end on Saturday as they failed to win for the first time this season.

Both schools had set school records this season and were expected to extend their winning runs in first-round return games but will have to start new streaks when they play again.

Irwin High who had won their first four games of the season for the first time were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw by St James High at Irwin High, failing to score at least one goal in a game for the first time this season.

Irwin High had beaten the former champions 1-0 in the first round but had to settle for a point but still leads Zone A with 13 points.

Paul Bogle High who had beaten St Thomas Technical 3-2 in the first round, had the tables turned on them as they went down 3-1, ending their six games winning run.

They however still lead the points tables in Zone L with 18 points, still comfortably ahead.

Sydney Pagon won for the first time since the 2019 season when they edged Munro College 2-1 in their Zone E game, avenging their first-round loss.

Meanwhile, former champions Dinthill Technical and St Elizabeth Technical as well as Manning’s School edged closer to a second-round spot after extending their perfect starts.

Dinthill Technical ran their record to seven wins after turning back second place Charlemont High 4-1 in their Zone K game played in Linstead, completing the season double after winning the first game 4-3 and raced to 21 points.

STETHS extended their winning start to six games, edging BB Coke 1-0, repeating their first-round margin while running their points total to 18.

Jhamaleek Porter scored all five goals for Manning’s School as they beat Black River High 5-1 for their sixth win in Zone D, taking his tally to 13 goals. Half of the team’s total and nine come against Black River after he netted four in their 6-0 first-round win.

Clarendon College also stayed perfect with a 2-0 win over Edwin Allen High and took over the lead in Zone H with nine points from three victories.