St Elizabeth Technical High (STETHS) made a mockery of Friday’s ISSA/Flow Ben Francis Knock-out finals as they spanked Manchester High 4-1 to extend their record run to six straight titles.

​Sixteen year old Romeo Wright scored two second half goals to put the game out of reach of Manchester High who were losing in the final for the third time in the last five years, all to STETHS.

​After a competitive first half where the teams were tied at 1-1, STETHS took over in the second half and Manchester High looked like spectators, admiring the team from Santa Cruz.

​Michael Wright gave STETHS the lead from the penalty spot early, but Manchester High gave their large support something to cheer for in the 16th minute when they equalised from a Kimani Blake header.

​Manchester could have taken the lead, but Duhaney Williams missed from point blank after the STETHS goalkeeper had made a save on the line, just managing to keep the ball from going into the goal.

​It was all STETHS in the second half however, as Shawn Genus headed home a cross from Kerr from close range in the 60th minute.

​The Romeo Wright show started in the 70th minute when he got the better of a slow defender, got to a cross ahead of him and beat goalkeeper Nicholas King with his left foot shot.

​Ten minutes later Wright beat Kerr with a right footer that hit the inside of the far right post and into the goal.

​The teams will now turn their attention to the semi-finals of the DaCosta Cup, set for next Friday and Saturday.

​On Friday, Manchester High faces Dinthill while on Saturday it will be STETHS against Lennon High for a place in the December 5 Final at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.