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Kristtoff Murray scored four times as he led St Elizabeth Technical to a resounding 11-0 thrashing of Black River High in their ISSA/Wata DaCosta Cup Zone E game at the STETHS Complex on Thursday.

It was the seven time champions’ second win after the edged Maggotty High 1-0 two days earlier and set up a big clash against a rejuvenated Munro College the zone leaders on Saturday.

The 11-0 win was the biggest margin by STETHS in Zone E six years since they beat Balaclava High by the same margin, a year after they had flogged them 12-0 while beating Newell High 17-0 in 2011.

Munro leads with seven points after being held 1-1 at home by Lacovia, ending their two games winning start as Newell High got their first win of the season beating Sydney Pagon 1-0.

At STETHS, Michael German scored two goal as did Mustaq Christopher who scored both of his goals within seven minutes of being introduced at the start of the second half.

Antonio Biggs scored a penalty as Kevon Garwood and Denari Watson also got on the score sheet for STETHS.

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