POLICE will have more than First Division league points to fight for when they take on Hong Kong Football Club today for the Bruce Vogel Trophy at Sports Road. Five years ago, Police players, including Alex Tan, Mark Turner, Wayne Higgins and Gary Hopkins, watched helplessly as their captain Bruce Vogel died on the field while playing against Club at Sports Road. A trophy was donated in memory of the former Hong Kong international for the winner of the match at Club's home ground. Although Club's pitch has shifted to inside Happy Valley, the emotions have remained. ''I think the lads who knew and played with Bruce would want to do well,'' said Police coach Gary Cross. But he knows that it will take much more to stop a powerful Club pack who on Thursday night helped maul British Forces 43-5. Cross is hoping his talented back line, marshalled by South African scrum-half Murray Collins and Kiwi fly-half Vaughn Going, will receive enough ball from their forwards, who are boosted by the return of Turner. ''Club have traditionally had a strong mauling pack,'' he said. ''I know their strong points, but I think our back line is a bit sharper.'' Club's backs struggled against Forces on Thursday and captain John Clarke is hoping the errors will be kept to a minimum against Police. ''Hopefully we can exert pressure up front,'' said Clarke. ''They have some very good half-backs and we will try to disrupt them as best we can. ''There are a couple of things we have to work on. Against Police, at times we played well and at other times we were awful.'' Club are still awaiting the return of winger Joe Hancock, fly-half Philippe Lacamp and full-back Justin Weston, last season's Player of the Year. Kowloon, also looking for their second successive win, meet Club Dragons in the second match of the afternoon at Sports Road. Kowloon opened their league account earlier this week by beating Police 25-12. Valley, winner of two competitions so far this season, travel to Sek Kong to face British Forces.