VALLEY started the final round of the First Division league campaign in rampant fashion against British Forces and now face a difficult two weeks in which their title dreams can be realised. Valley scored a convincing 50-7 victory over never-say-die Forces yesterday at Happy Valley - the first match of the season's final round, which sees the six teams in the First Division meet for the third and last time in the league. The win keeps them four points ahead of Kowloon, who beat Club Dragons 34-3 at Mongkok Stadium. But they now face a testing fortnight, starting with defending champions Hong Kong Football Club next week and then Kowloon in what could be the title-decider on January 29. Club, already beaten twice by Valley this season, have little hope of winning the title for the second successive year. But after scoring a half-century of points, against Police, to win 50-23, they showed that if the championship is beyond them, revenge against Valley could be the next best thing. Valley coach Ian Brownlee said: ''We are not looking too far ahead. We still have to play Club.'' Valley were 25-0 up at half-time with tries from Mike O'Sullivan, Stuart Krohn, Isi Tu'ivai and Andy Fields. They added four more in the second half through Simon Litster, Tu'ivai, Jeremy Smith and Geoff Reid. Reid also kicked two penalties and two conversions, both from difficult angles. Forces scored through John Pimm with Pat Coxon converting.