SING Tao's reign as the territory's cup kings continued last night when they reached the FA Cup final - their fourth final in nine months - with a 3-1 win over relegated Uhlsport-Rangers at Siu Sai Wan Stadium. Instant-Dict - runaway 6-0 winners over Eastern in the earlier semi-final - stand in the way of the Tigers' fourth straight trophy. They took the pre-season Regional Council Cup and the President's Cup, and April's Viceroy Cup. National winger Chan Tsz-kong set the ball rolling for the Tigers when he scored one of quickest goals of the season - a first-minute, long-range strike past Cheng Ka-leung. Rangers' English goalkeeper Peter Guthrie missed the game because of injury. Goals from former Tranmere Rovers marksman Ian Muir and national striker Wai Kwan-lung sealed Sing Tao's win - and drew a line under Rangers' misery in their final match of the season. Even without former Welsh international midfielder Glyn Hodges, Sing Tao proved too strong for Rangers, who will join Eastern in the Second Division next season. 'We could have scored a few more goals but we decided to be patient. When the gap opened I went forward, and everything lined up for me,' said Muir of the Tigers' second goal. 'We deserved to win. I'm happy with our performance. We're looking forward to playing Instant-Dict in the final [on June 1].' Muir scored his second goal of the competition in the 56th minute, making a fine solo run on goal before despatching a low shot. Rangers hit back with a goal from under-23 international midfielder Lai Kai-cheuk just before the interval with a long-range volley from a Yiu Hok-man pass. But Sing Tao restored their two-goal advantage with a Wai shot which was set up by John Moore. Sing Tao could have gone further ahead but were denied by goalkeeper Cheng, who kept out efforts by Wai and Moore. Meanwhile, a hat-trick by Australian striker Paul Foster took league champions Instant-Dict to their second cup final of the season when they destroyed Eastern in the other game. Foster struck in the 11th, 47th and 53rd minutes to help the Dickies to an overwhelming victory. Hong Kong international striker Tim Bredbury (third minute), former Hong Kong Footballer of the Year Tam Siu-wai (60th) and Bulgarian forward Stefan Draganov (63rd) also found the net for the Dickies. Instant-Dict last appeared in a cup final in December's Senior Challenge Shield, when they lost 1-0 to arch-rivals South China. Troubled club Golden play Happy Valley in today's First Division game at Mongkok Stadium, which kicks off at 4 pm.