Little London High School and St Thomas Technical both took over the lead in their respective zones of the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup schoolboys’ football competition after contrasting wins on Thursday.

Little London beat newcomers Belmont Academy 4-0 in their Zone D rescheduled game while St Mary Tech edged Carron Hall 1-0 in Zone J. Dadrian Davis scored two goals for Little London High, and Kemar Shippy and John Sommerville got one each as they opened up a three points lead over Petersfield High who gave up a goal deep in extra time to draw 1-1 at Knockalva Technical.

Little London High are on eight points, followed by Petersfield High on five and Mannings School on four.

At Knockalva, Petersfield just failed to take all three points as they led 1-0 from the first half after Shewayne Barton converted a penalty kick as Knockalva Technical’s goalkeeper fouled Jay Jemieson.

Chad Johnson’s 25 yards shot to beat the Petersfield High goalkeeper Jeromey Monteith as Knockalva drew their third straight game.

At Highgate, Nakeen Allen’s 75th-minute strike made the difference as St Mary Technical raced to 10 points, one more than St Mary High with Brimmervale High in third place on seven points, all from four games played.

Carron Hall meanwhile is stuck on one point at the foot of the tables with Tacky Haigh.