Australian striker Paul Foster grabbed the goalscoring honours with a hat-trick as champions Instant-Dict ran riot against struggling Eastern winning 8-2 in a First Division match at Mongkok Stadium last night. Foster, last season's leading goalscorer with 20 goals, struck in the 13th and 78th minutes and then scored from the penalty spot in the 82nd minute after Wong Chung-ming handled in the box to hand Eastern their worst defeat this decade. Bulgarian defender Dimitri Kalkanov, striker Tim Bredbury, midfielders Chan Chi-kwong and Chan Hon-fai plus Nigerian forward Dominic Iorfa - playing his first game for the Dickies - contributed with a goal each. Foster was pleased with his hat-trick but said: 'Eastern made us work very hard even though we won by a big margin. The amount of work we put in was tremendous. It's good to score goals especially a hat-trick. We played well.' Sloppy defending by Eastern led to Instant-Dict's huge winning margin. But despite leading 3-0 at the interval, the champions showed their vulnerability by conceding two goals in 16 minutes, first through Eastern new boy Brett Storey who scored in the 49th minute and then from an own goal from Kalkanov who headed into his own net under pressure from a clearance from teammate Wong Wai-tak. Iorfa, who has made a complete recovery from a leg injury sustained last month in training, scored the best goal of the night with a powerful 25-yard drive which gave goalkeeper Chan Sau-yin no chance. Eastern, with former England under-21 defender Gus Caesar making his debut here, simply struggled. The one-time Hong Kong giants lost their second straight match after losing to fellow strugglers Uhlsport-Rangers 2-1 last week.