TO the Hong Kong Football Club where jolly racing tipster Robin Parke has nursed more than a bruised ego since gatecrashing the venue. Arriving for lunch with an associate, the bespectacled scribe walked into a glass door, causing blood to spurt from an eye cut. He duly fronted the races the next day, wearing 'reserve' dark goggles and sporting what was described as a 'real shiner'. Backbites reckons Parke should give his eyes a rest and use a pin to make racing selections. He may even find the occasional winner that way.