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William Knibb Memorial scored their first win over Cedric Titus as they raced to a third straight victory while Manchester High racked up a fourth straight win as the ISSA/Wata DaCosta Cup football competition on Tuesday.

The Martha Brae based William Knibb are off to their best start in years as sharpshooter Cristojaye Daley scored in his third straight game, his seventh goal of the season as they got the better of Cedric Titus for the first time ever in a first-round game, winning 1-0 in their Zone C encounter.

The win helped William Knibb to extend their advantage in the Zone to four points as they are on nine while Herbert Morrison Technical moved into second place on five points after a 0-0 draw against Holland High.

Dane Golding scored a double as Manchester High continued their dominance in Zone F with a 6-1 victory over DeCarteret.

Golding took his tally to three goals on the season while Lamont Rochester, Omario Leslie, Jamar Bolt and Shaquille Campbell also scored as Manchester High raced to 12 points, opening up a big gap on the rest of the zone.

Manchester High lead the zone by six points as four other schools are on six points, including BB Coke who beat Mile Gully High 4-0 and May Day High who edged Belair 1-0.

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