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Lucas Mashaba, owner of Mashaba United said this year's Selati Super Cup is going to be tough as all teams have reinforced their squads.
United beat Mangweni Peace Maker 2-0 at KaMdladla ground to advance to the second round.
"It's tough to predict this year where we will end up or who will win the title. All the teams have reinforced their squads and there will be no small or big team - we all stand an equal chance to win the first prize," said Mashaba.
United were knocked out in the quarterfinals last year.
Saya Nkosi and Cleopas Mamba (penalty) scored United's goals.
Select results: Real Taj 4, Sibange Young Bucks 1; Iraq 2, Masibekela Swallows 0; Shongwe Chiefs 6, Ngwenyeni Dynamos 0; Big Seven 2, Junior Blue Birds 0; Juventus 1(5), Black Pirates 1(4); Steenbok City 2, Drie-Manchester 0; Mthatha Peace Maker 0(5), Sikwahlane Premier United 0(4); Swazi Messengers 5, Mangweni United 1; Mzinti Liverpool 1, The Birds 0; Blizzard 10, Motion All Stars 0; Linda Central 0, Langeloop Winners 2; Seven Stars 1, Young Waves 4; Love & Peace 1(4), Mangweni Inter-Milan 1(5); Schoemansdal Continental 3, Khombaso Rangers 0