PAKISTAN Association A are through to the final of the Holland Cup after being given a walkover by former champions Khalsa in last night's semi-final replay. Khalsa awarded the walkover in protest against the Hong Kong Hockey Association's decision to have the match replayed after Pakistan won the first game 2-0 last month. The HKHA admitted that there were 'irregularities' during the game and ordered a replay to the chagrin of Khalsa, who felt that they should have been awarded the match because they said Pakistan fielded an ineligible player and an extra player for several minutes during the second half of the original semi-final. Khalsa's acting convenor Jimmy S. Chima said: 'It was the club's decision not to replay the match because we feel we have been mistreated by the Hong Kong Hockey Association. 'We felt the decision was unfair and it was not in our hearts to play a match which should have been awarded to us in the first place. 'The HKHA have admitted changes needed to be made to the by-laws of the game in the coming season. We have no hard feelings against Pakistan Association and we wish them the best when they play the Holland Cup final against Hong Kong Football Club C.' Khalsa, the 1990 Holland Cup champions, informed the HKHA yesterday of their walkover. Pakistan Association were all ready to set the record straight last night and were gearing themselves up for a grudge match which would have attracted a good crowd. Khalsa, one of the territory's oldest hockey clubs, are still convinced the HKHA were in the wrong to order a replay because Pakistan were guilty of foul play and the game should have been awarded to them. Khalsa also said their B and C teams were kicked out of the HKHA Cup last year for a similar breach of the rules whereby they fielded 'ineligible' players who needed to miss at least three games before re-joining a senior team within the club. The HKHA have recently come to their defence by stating that Khalsa had moved players illegally from their senior team to their junior team during last year's competition. The by-laws of the game state that senior players must miss three games if they drop to a junior team before rejoining their senior side.