Shaheen coach Hamid Din has urged his charges to make the final push for the Premier Division title after watching his side sweep aside Kowloon Cricket Club 5-1 and retain their Rabobank Holland Cup at King's Park yesterday. Despite cruising past KCC to lift the Holland Cup for the 12th time, Din felt his side needed to improve if they are to complete the club's eighth league-cup double with just four matches remaining in the league. 'We scored two early goals in the first half but then found ourselves hanging around and not trying very hard. This must change,' said Din. 'KCC also missed two sitters in the first half and it could have been a different story had they scored from those opportunities. We didn't play very well overall and we must improve as we have four tough matches left in our campaign - two matches against Hong Kong Football Club and two against Valley.' Shaheen were odds-on favourites to overcome KCC and lift Hong Kong's most coveted knockout trophy and they got off the mark with Lui Peng's opening goal inside three minutes. Healthy Wong Tsz-man extended the lead two minutes later and Shaheen could have gone three goals up before the break had Leong Lai-man done better with his penalty stroke. Harry Bal reduced arrears two minutes upon the resumption to give KCC some hope, but Shaheen responded with three more goals to put the result beyond doubt. Swalikh Mohammed scored from a penalty corner before Sky Chung Shun-hei struck the best goal of the match, scoring with a reverse stick when on the ground. Ken Karamjit completed the rout three minutes before the final whistle with an easy tap-in. 'We are pleased to have won the Holland Cup because we gave several younger players a chance to prove themselves on the pitch. We battled hard in the second half and overall it was a satisfying result,' said Din, whose side have won the trophy seven times in the last 12 years. KCC captain Stuart Haslam said Shaheen took their chances well and their display proved what a good side they are. 'Shaheen can defend and attack well and they thoroughly deserve to win the cup,' said Haslam. 'They are good enough to complete the league-cup double, but Football Club are also a good side and Shaheen will have their work cut out. Football Club are probably the best side in the league,' added Haslam, who had to be substituted 10 minutes into the second half with a back injury.