NEW outfit Pasbaan-Pakwatan, whose aim was simply to survive in their first season in the Hong Kong Men's First Division after amalgamating this summer, continued their fairytale start to the season by topping the table yesterday. They beat Dutch 2-1 at Happy Valley - their fourth win in five matches - to overtake Club. Pasbaan-Pakwatan's goals came from Sajid Iqbal and Tariq Naseem. Remarkably, the club have scored only five goals so far - all their other wins were by 1-0 - but until yesterday they had not conceded a goal. Naseem said: ''We're not a very skilful side and we don't have much scoring power. We're a side built around determination and I think luck has been on our side so far.'' Defending champions, Shaheen brushed aside Club B 4-1. Asghar Ali scored all their goals, Ken Montgomerry replying. Kowloon Cricket Club moved up two places to third after thrashing bottom team Recreio 6-0. Pakistan Association were held 1-1 by struggling Nav Bharat and British Forces notched their first win of the season, 1-0 against KNS.