GOLDEN'S Alen Bajkusa staked his claim for a share of the $30,000 Marlboro First Division top-scorer award when he scored one goal in last night's run-of-the-mill clash with Frankwell at the MacPherson Stadium, Mongkok. There was little at stake for either team, both of whom are lying in the middle of the table but Frankwell took their chances well for a 3-2 victory in front of only 191 paying fans. Attention was focused on Bajkusa who joins Eastern's Dale Tempest at the top of the First Division scorers chart with 11 goals, but Golden have now completed their league programme. Tempest, who should clinch his fourth overall Hong Kong top-scorer award with 17 league and cup goals so far this season, has a chance to grab the full $30,000 Marlboro prize if he scores in Eastern's final match against Sing Tao on June 8. Lau Tik-lun and Mark Farrington both hit the target to give Frankwell a 2-0 lead in the first half but Bajkusa led a Golden recovery midway through the second half. The Bosnian laid the ball on for Chiu Chung-man to score in the 52nd minute and then scored himself two minutes later via Carlton Fairweather's pass. But a Chan Hon-fai lob in the 69th minute bounced in off the woodwork for Frankwell's winner.