Sau Mau Ping Junior Police Call (JPC) members saw their dream come true when they kicked about on the field with their football idols. Players from the local professional league champions Instant-Dict joined the young crime-fighters to form two teams in a friendly match at Kowloon Bay Sports Ground. Driven by high spirit, the youngsters learned much from their experienced 'teammates' about attack, defence and goal-keeping skills. Instant-Dict, who wore purple T-shirts, also staged a series of football exercises and demonstrations. The activity was aimed at fostering JPC members' interest in football and helping them to develop their soccer skills. JPC members were totally thrilled with the match and their morale was further buoyed by the deafening roar of 400 cheering spectators. Among the crowd were Sau Mau Ping District Commander Chief Superintendent Kerry Pearce, and Deputy District Commander Senior Superintendent Choy Kin-cheung. After the game, the pros were mobbed by young JPC football fans, who could not let an opportunity to take photographs and autographs of their idols pass.