The 46th Stanbic Uganda Cup round of 64 matches progressed on Thursday with five matches played across the country.
Sports Club Villa, last year’s finalists, Bright Stars and Maroons are the top flight clubs that progressed to the round of 32.
SC Villa defeated Northern region side Super Eagles 4-1 at the Pece War Memorial Stadium in Gulu.
The goals for the nine time Uganda Cup winners were scored by David Owori, Bashir Mutanda, Ronald Magwali and Abdallah Salim.
James Angu’s first half strike in the 19th minute was the all-important goal that Bright Stars needed to outwit Koboko Rising Stars 1-0 at the Nyarilo ground in Koboko.
Meanwhile, Maroons overcame Young Elephants 4-1 in post-match penalties at the Olwio St Mark Ground in Nwoya district after a goalless stalemate in normal time.
FUFA Big league sides Kitara and Kiboga Young also advanced to the next round.
Kitara ejected Six O’clock 4-2 in post-match penalties after one-all draw in normal time at the Kizinda play ground in Western Uganda.
Kiboga Young eliminated their hosts Ggaba by 3-1 in post-match penalties after normal time had ended goal-less at the Buziga Islamic play-ground in Kampala.
The round of 64 matches continues on Friday with a number of matches to be played.
Friday 24th January:
Mvara Boys Vs BUL – Arua PTC Ground
Catida Vs KCCA – Star Times Stadium, Lugogo
Lugazi Municipal Vs URA – Mehta Stadium, Lugazi
Soroti Vs Kansai Plascon – Soroti Stadium
Chimpanzee Vs Nyamityobora – Ntandi Ground
Fire Fire Vs Light SSS – Kyambogo College Ground
FHL Vs Ndejje University – Illi Valley Ground
Free Stars Vs Saviours – UCU Ground, Mukono