NTR WF Tai Po reached their second consecutive FA Cup final with a narrow 1-0 win over nine-man Fourway at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday. Hong Kong winger Lee Wai-lim scored the winner from the spot in the 12th minute of a tense semi-final clash. Fourway controlled most of the play after conceding the goal, but paid the price for poor finishing. Their hopes were all but extinguished after goalkeeper Sui Weijie was sent off for a second booking in the 74th minute before teammate Chan Siu-yuen joined him right at the death for a straight red. Having lost to Citizen 2-1 in last year's final, Lee was confident they could go one better against Tin Shui Wai Pegasus at Hong Kong Stadium on Saturday. 'We have learnt from last year's defeat to Citizen and will turn up a stronger side,' said Lee. 'Pegasus and Tai Po are similar types of teams, passing the ball well with quick movement to open up the opponents' defence. We therefore need a good rest in the next couple of days before we prepare for the final.' Tai Po secretary Chan Ping also expressed confidence. 'It will be a New Territories derby against Pegasus in the final, but we certainly have a psychological edge as we are unbeaten against them this season. 'We will call for more fans from Tai Po to support us in the final and hopefully Pegasus will do the same in their district so that the attendance can exceed last year's figure,' said Chan. Unheralded Citizen lifted the FA Cup last season in front of a 5,900-strong crowd at Hong Kong Stadium. Reaching the final cost Tai Po an extra month's wages for their squad but Chan insists its is worth every penny. 'It cost us more money, but we are delighted we did it because we have made it into the final for the second season in a row,' said Chan. Hong Kong's hopes of making into the main draw of the National Games are hanging by a thread after the under-20 side lost 3-1 to Tianjin in the qualifying tournament in Chongqing yesterday. With only one point from three matches, they must now beat Jilin in their last match tomorrow, while hoping other results go their way. 'We will put qualification behind us now and just focus on playing a good match against Jilin,' said coach Lo Kai-wah.