ARCH-RIVALS South China and Instant-Dict will meet in soccer's league grand final next Sunday at the Hong Kong Stadium. The line-up was decided last night when South China beat Golden 3-0 to win the second phase of the Hong Kong First Division championship at Mongkok Stadium. Striker Dale Tempest opened the scoring for the Caroliners from the penalty spot, and forward Ricky Cheng Siu-chung scored a brace of goals to give the Caroliners an unassailable lead in the second phase. First-phase winners Instant-Dict will play Sing Tao in their remaining second phase fixture on Wednesday with little to play for, knowing they will finish one point behind the Caroliners even if they beat Sing Tao. For the first part of last night's match it looked as if South China were going to have to labour for the points after Golden wasted two good early chances. Bosnian striker Anto Grabo missed an easy volley after Lee Bullen had headed down for him in the 13th minute, and Bullen was unlucky not to find the target three minutes later when his close-range shot struck the crossbar. Tempest gave his side a 28th-minute lead with a disputed penalty after he was brought down by Oleg Alexeenko. Golden vehemently protested to the referee, believing the foul was committed outside the area, but the referee was unmoved. Cheng struck his first goal of the night two minutes before the interval, slotting home near the right-hand post after Yau Kin-wai's overhead kick fell into his path. The Hong Kong Footballer of the Year scored his second in the 55th minute when coolly slipping the ball past goalkeeper Gavin Kelly. Meanwhile, Sing Tao will be looking for their fourth trophy in 10 months, and Instant-Dict will be aiming for their first of the season, in this afternoon's FA Cup final at the Siu Sai Wan Stadium. The Dickies go into the match with an impressive record against Sing Tao this season, having won four out of their five encounters. Instant's dominance started last October when they beat the Tigers 3-0. They followed that up with another 3-0 win in the third round of the Shield competition last November, before notching 3-1 and 2-0 wins in the league. Instant-Dict's only reverse was a 4-2 loss to the Tigers in the Viceroy Cup semi-finals. Sing Tao's central defenders Marlon van der Sander and Rudi Hedman will both miss today's final because of injury. The pair are likely to be replaced by Hong Kong international Chan Chi-keung and English defender Paul Masefield. Sing Tao would love to end their season on a high note, having won the Regional Council Cup and President's Cup, plus the Viceroy Cup. Sing Tao's latest outing ended in a surprising, 2-1 defeat by already relegated Eastern last week, although the Tigers clearly had their minds on today's match. Instant-Dict's Cup hopes were dealt a blow when Hong Kong international striker Tim Bredbury had his season curtailed by a broken toe suffered during the territory's 4-0 defeat by South Korea in their World Cup qualifying match.