SEVERE Tropical Storm Sibyl, which has killed more than 100 people in the Philippines, caused the postponement of last night's top-of-the-table First Division clash between leaders Instant-Dict and second-placed Golden as it closed in on the territory. The Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA) called off the game yesterday afternoon shortly after the No.3 signal was hoisted. HKFA sports officer Yung Hung-yau said that he was uncertain when the match would be restaged. 'The local fixtures are fully booked,' said Yung, who is responsible for fixture planning. This is the second time this season that a match has been postponed because of bad weather. The President's Cup was hit in August when the second and third days of the tournament had to be rescheduled as Typhoon Kent struck the territory. Meanwhile, Happy Valley have suffered a setback as their new capture, goalkeeper Tommy Maras, failed to register with the HKFA because his international clearance has been delayed. Valley chairman Martin Hong Po-kui said their national Olympic team 'keeper Fan Chun-yip would play tonight in place of Maras. Mansion have dropped their plan to change their name to 'Carrianna-Mansion' due to an increase in the HKFA fee.