Motlakase Power Dynamos made it two out of two wins against Tafic this season after an impressive Wednesday 3-1 triumph at Francistown stadium.
Chouka were awarded soft points in the first round after Tafic players boycotted the match over unpaid salaries.
Coach Oris Radipotsane’s charges found the back of the net on the 25th minute through Philip Ofithile and defender Gofamodimo Kobe scored his first goal for the club to equalize on the stroke of half time.
The two teams went into recess locked at 1-apiece.
The visitors however extended their lead early in the second half through Olebogeng Malebye.
The Palapye outfit then pinned Tafic inside their on half and could have scored more goals had they been more clinical in front of goal.
Tafic was in six and seventh, they were left chasing shadows.
Bothe teams had fielded new faces with Tafic fielding at least five. On their starting lineup they had seven seasoned players while others were on bench.
Speaking after the game Tafic mentor Dominic Changwe said Chouka was not a better side it is just that their day was worse.
He said there was no flow of the ball and his boys failed to apply even simple basics.
“I still have a lot of work to do and what hurt most is that we gave away three points for failure to honour a fixture.
These new youngsters have shown that they have the potential; I just need few games to help them adjust because they are from lower divisions.
We are on the wrong side of the table, time is not on our side and we do not want to fight for survival,” said Changwe.
Change said he had identified some weaknesses during the match which he hoped to rectify before their next encounter against Miscellaneous in Orapa next Tuesday.
Radipotsane had few words despite an emphatic win.
“I really cannot say much on this issue, I had introduced a couple of new players who gave a good account of themselves,” he said.
He said he needs about three games to see make a decision on the readiness of the team.
Radipotsane was impressed by his new signing Malepa Bolelang who supplied balls from the middle creating scoring chances.