All the frontrunners in the race for the Safa-NMB SAB League title got their secondround campaigns off to a flying start on Saturday.
Log-leaders Young Ideas, who beat Ikamva Movers 3-2 in their first encounter, won 2-0 this time around.
Fairview Rovers beat Peace United 4-0 after being held to 0-0 in the first round.
The score was not a true reflection of the game as United gave as much as they got.
Rovers went 1-0 ahead in the 35th minute with Zane van Wyk finishing a move involving four players.
United came back in the second half and should have equalised but were denied by Rovers’ goalkeeper Shealdon Baatjies.
After a goal by Dayalan Meyer, Rovers never looked back.
Wavie Williams made it 3-0 before Meyer scored his second goal.
A 10-man Lion City beat Highland Spurs 2-0. They drew 0-0 in the first round.
Vuyolethu Dingaan opened the scoring early in the first half before teenager Bongani Sam made it 2-0.
In the second half, City were reduced to 10 men when Monwabisi Zinto was red-carded for dangerous play.
Not long afterwards, Spurs were awarded a penalty which was well saved by City ’keeper Siviwe Dumse
Royal Bucks repeated their 3-1 victory in the first round when they clashed with Despatch Pioneers. At the Zwide Stadium, Callies beat Camper United 3-1. They won 4-1 in the first round.
Niven Kopps nodded home a corner by Darryn Bamboo to open the scoring for Callies.
The lead was short-lived as Camper equalised.
Keenan Jacobs made the score 2-1 before the break.
Callies took command in the second half but failed to capitalise. Late in the game skipper Luvuyo Bika made the final score 3-1.
Struggling Showvillage United proved their recent good form was no flash in the pan when they beat Central Acemates 2-0.
Results: Callies 3 Camper United 1, Island City 2 Hotspurs 1, Lion City 2 Highland Spurs 0, Motherwell Academy 0 Ghetto Stars 4, Peace United 0 Fairview Rovers 4, Royal Bucks 3 Peace Despatch Pioneers 1, Showvillage United 2 Central Acemates 0, Young Ideas 2 Ikamva Movers 0