Local giants Hong Kong Football Club A thrashed Pakistan Association A 7-0 in a men's Hong Kong First Division at King's Park - and then accused their rivals of poor sportsmanship. Club, looking to finish second behind champions Shaheen, were unhappy despite their lopsided win, calling their rivals 'disgraceful'. Pakistan Association had three players sin-binned in the first half for dangerous play but hat-trick hero Simon Shepherdson said the umpire didn't do enough to punish the players. 'There was one defender who not only was wasting time but was trying to line up his shot to hit it through you [when you get near]. It wasn't an enjoyable afternoon and I think the umpires didn't do enough. It was disgraceful,' he said. Pakistan Association were down to just eight men midway through the first half when Agil Mahmood Sheikh, Ishfiq Ullah and Tanveer Mohammad were sin-binned for five minutes. Shepherdson hit the first of his three goals in the 15th minute before giving his side a 2-0 lead at half-time when he got on the end of Mark Duncan's cross to score from close range. Club continued to run their rivals ragged with second-half goals from Darren Smith, Chris Marshall (two), Duncan and Shepherdson. Meanwhile, Kowloon Cricket Club A defeated their B side 9-2 to enhance their hopes of finishing second, while Khalsa Naujawan Sabha (KNS) defeated Dutch A 5-3.