A day of crushing wins and high-scoring performances marked yesterday's Hong Kong men's First Division as champions Shaheen edged closer to retaining their title at King's Park. League leaders Shaheen were runaway 7-1 winners over Khalsa Naujawan Sabha (KNS) to move 11 points clear of nearest rivals, Hong Kong Football Club A, who swept to second spot thanks to an astonishing 13-4 triumph over Dutch A. Shaheen welcomed back from injury striker Asghar Ali, who played his first game since leading Hong Kong to victory in last November's Asian Hockey Federation (AHF) Cup. Ali returned to prominence with a hat-trick while younger brother Akbar and Malkit Singh chipped in with two goals each. KNS' consolation goal was scored by Amardeep Singh Vatra. Club were also big winners as they warmed up for their clash with Shaheen this weekend in style. Colin Cooper, Andy Batchelor and Grant Trollope each scored hat-tricks while Lyle Williams scored two. Club captain Derek Field and Marc Duncan scored the others for the side who have two games in hand. There were more goals galore as Kowloon Cricket Club (KCC) shrugged off a determined challenge by HKFC B to win 6-4. Feico Buijs scored a hat-trick while Paul Bailey struck a brace and Ishtiaq Khan scored from the penalty spot for the Cricketers, who led 3-0 at half-time.