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Petersfield High scored a big 9-0 win over Belmont Academy to move to places up to the top of Zone D; St Mary Technical retook the lead in Zone J after blanking Tacky High 2-0 while Vere Technical edged Zone N leaders Central High 1-0, three days after giving up two late goals and lost 2-1 to the same opponent.

Three players scored two goals each, Shewayne Barton, Ruel Miller and Dujon Bartley as Petersfield High ran roughshod over the newcomers that they had beaten 8-0 in the first round.

The win took Petersfield High to 11 points from five games, into first place on goal-difference over Little London, one point ahead of third-placed Mannings School. Meanwhile, in Zone A, Green Pond High missed a chance of closing the gap on second-placed St James High after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Maldon High.

A win for Green Pond would have seen them close the gap on St James High to one point, but they inch to 10 points, three behind the former champions with Cornwall College clear in the lead on 21 points.

Green Pond took the lead in the 85th minute through Chevaughn Duncan, but David Parkins struck six minutes into time added on to salvage a point for Maldon High.

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