Sing Tao snatched their second trophy in as many weeks last night, winning the President's Cup seven-a-side tournament and sounding a warning to their rivals that they will be among the front-runners for the major titles this season. Sing Tao B's 2-1 penalty victory over Golden A after the teams finished 1-1 at the end of normal time at Mongkok Stadium could show the shape of things to come. 'It's two down and four to go,' was the buoyant cheer from Sing Tao, who last week lifted the inaugural Regional Council Cup at Yuen Long Stadium. 'We got such a strong squad this season. We don't fear anybody like before,' said Sing Tao defender Paul Masefield. 'Teams now seem to be scared of us. Our team spirit is really strong. Our bosses are ambitious and everybody wants to play to win.' Masefield said the league championship would be their main goal for the season. 'Our hearts are set on it. From the players' view, the team who wins the league are the most consistent,' he said. Golden midfielder Chiu Chung-man had his spot-kick saved by Iain Hesford after Lo Kai-wah and Chu Yue-tai both had theirs on target in the penalty shootout. Scottish striker Lee Bullen gave Golden a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute as it appeared that Golden would finally end their barren trophy run. Bullen stepped in to score from the rebound by whipping the ball into the far corner after fellow striker Anto Grabo's shot had come off the crossbar. But Golden's hopes of winning their first trophy of any kind in three years were dashed when Sing Tao winger Lo Kai-wah equalised from the penalty two minutes into the second half after Bullen was adjudged to have handled the ball. Sing Tao's former Welsh international Glyn Hodges was slightly cautious about the Tigers' latest triumph, saying: 'I heard winning this trophy was the kiss of death, who knows? We'll try to win as much as we can. Hopefully we will more trophies.' Sing Tao B had knocked out Instant-Dict in the semi-final 1-0 courtesy from a Wai Kwan-lung strike while Golden had to survive a penalty shoot-out before beating Happy Valley A 2-1 after they were both goalless at full-time.