Cup games have been known to produce upsets over the years but there were none to show for this week as the big sides sealed comfortable victories to progress to the next round of the MOF Cup.
Division VII champions Reunite FC have continued from where they left off last season, as they remain unbeaten in Division IV lying in second place behind league leaders Rainbow Boyanz.
The young and vibrant side have taken things to a new level this season as they stretched their unbeaten run in 3 different competitions, including the MOF 11s Champions League. And it was no different in the MOF Cup after they sealed a comfortable 3-0 victory over Maoists FC, who have lost ground in the title race in Division VI of late.
In other news in the MOF Cup, Division II side Kamikaze sealed an emphatic 12-4 victory over Atlas FC. KKZ were in shock after they went behind after just 43 seconds played as ATL took the lead, but KKZ proved their pedigree after equalizing just 4 minutes later and it was all about them from then on as they ran riot throughout the game.
Discipline might be a key concern for KKZ after they conceded two penalties in the game, with defensive frailties becoming a problem of late for the Division II side. It certainly might not seem that big of a problem considering the number of goals their averaging per game, but it certainly could prove crucial in their pursuit of the League title as well as the MOF Cup.