Less than a week after they upset Cornwall College with a 2-1 come-from-behind win and ran their record to four straight games in the ISSA daCosta Cup football competition, goals seemed to have dried up for Irwin High who were held 0-0 in back-to-back games. On Monday Irwin High was held scoreless by a surging Maldon High in their rescheduled Zone A game, three days after St James High also held Irwin High goalless. Irwin had scored 10 goals in their first four games, all wins but they still lead Zone A with 14 points, four more than Green Pond, followed by Maldon High on eight points.

It was four straight unbeaten for Maldon High after they had gone 16 games without a win dating back to the 2019 season. Meanwhile, three former winners, Frome Technical, Clarendon College, Glenmuir High, and Cedric Titus High, remained perfect after wins on Monday.

Green Island became the first team to breach the Frome Technical defence and also missed a penalty but was soundly beaten 5-1 in their rescheduled Zone B game played in Green Island. It was win number four for Frome Tech as they took the lead in Zone B.

Clarendon College beat Thompson Town 5-0, also for their fourth win racing to 12 points, five more than second-place Edwin Allen in Zone H. Also in Zone H, Lennon High beat Kellits High 6-1, their second win of the season and moved to six points, one behind Edwin Allen, both from four games played.

Cedric Titus took over the lead in Zone C with their fourth win, beating last-placed Muschett High 5-0, and improved to 12 points, ahead of William Knibb who are also unbeaten.

Glenmuir High are the leaders in Zone M, beating Old Harbour High 2-0 and taking the lead on goal difference over Central High and Old Harbour, all on nine points each.

Defending champions Garvey Maceo rolled past Foga Road 3-1 for back-to-back wins in Zone N while Kemps Hill High got their first victory, blanking Winston Jones High 3-0.

Zone F leaders Manchester High and Belair High widened their lead after wins over Bellefield High and May Day High in their return round games on Monday.