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Defending champions Clarendon College and Glenmuir High are first and second respectively in Zone E of the ISSA daCosta Cup competition after wins over Lennon High and Edwin Allen respectively in their playoff games on Friday.

Clarendon College beat Edwin Allen 5-3, leading 4-0 after the first half before Ewin Allen stormed back with three goals to cut the deficit to one but a late goal from Clarendon College settled the scores.

Clarendon College who had won their first game 3-2 leads the zone with 13 points, one more than Glenmuir High who had a 1-0 win over Lennon, avenging their 3-2 loss in the first round.

Edwin Allen's loss effectively knocked them out of contention for a place in the quarter-finals.

The second round of the playoffs will be played on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, in Zone A, St James High and Herbert Morrison Technical played to a 1-1 draw while Holland High and Spot Valley played out a goal-filled 3-3 draw.

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