HIGH-RIDING Kowloon Cricket Club A will be aiming to maintain their unbeaten run when they take on defending champions Hong Kong Football Club A in the top-billing match of today's First Division men's hockey fixtures at King's Park. KCC have been boosted by the off-season signing of Hong Kong captain Farooq Saeed from Pakistan Association and also Shaheen's Yousuf Mohammed and Kulwant Singh. They all have blended well with their new teammates. The Cricketers have not dropped a point this season and captain Greg McGuire is bubbling with confidence that they can extend their winning streak to six games. 'Club are not as good as last season but they are still a strong team and have some very capable players like Colin Cooper, Manzar Iqbal and Tim Andrew who are good at passing,' said McGuire. 'We are in a strong position after winning all our matches so far and everybody is in high spirits and looking forward to the game. I'm confident we can hold them off if we don't give away any short corners.' Club, however, would be crippled by the absence of two key players - former South Australia representative Andrew and star centre forward Angus Emmerson. Emmerson is out of town on business while Andrew has to entertain his visiting brother and has opted to skip the match. But Club cannot be underestimated and they are hungry for the points after having lost to Tigers, the Hong Kong national team, early this month. There are three other First Division matches today - with Khalsa A meeting Shaheen at King's Park while over at Happy Valley, Pakistan Association play Club B and Nav Bharat A face Valley A.