The issue of seeding teams in Hong Kong's Sunday and Saturday League Cup competitions will be raised at a high-level meeting of club and tournament officials next week. The epic battle between Pakistan Association and Little Sai Wan in the Sunday Knockout Cup quarter-finals has prompted Hong Kong Cricket Association officials to re-think the format of the competition. Many observers believe Pakistan Association and Little Sai Wan, who finished first and second respectively in the League, should have been kept in separate halves of the Cup draw instead of together so early in the tournament. Rob Gill, chairman of the Sunday Knockout Cup organising committee, said the issue of seeding teams had been raised and discussed at a meeting on January 15. Club representatives had taken a vote on the subject and had voted to maintain the status quo - at present teams are drawn out of a hat. Little Sai Wan and Pakistan Association officials were not represented at the meeting, Gill said. 'We did actually bring this matter up for discussion in January. A vote was held to see if the format should be changed and the consensus was that it wasn't necessary to change,' Gill said. 'When the draw was made, however, some of the teams complained.' As a result, Gill has now placed the item at the top of the agenda for the next meeting of the Sunday Knockout Cup organising committee on April 2. Meanwhile, Pakistan Association remain on course for a showdown with Hong Kong Cricket Club Optimists in the Cup final. Optimists have been drawn against Vagabonds in the semi-finals, while Pakistan Association play HKCC Scorpions.