FOOTBALL Club earned their easiest points this season when fellow-club members Dragons conceded last night's game. It is true Club have dominated the season, winning five out of five. But to get four points from their brethren, without playing, is absurd and stinks of the rotten state the First Division is in. The Hong Kong Rugby Football Union is unhappy with the walkover and say they might pursue the matter at tomorrow night's board of director's meeting. 'It is not desirable from our point of view when any First Division game, let alone a game between the two Club sides, is conceded. We might have to look into this,' chief executive officer of the Union, Dave Roberts, said. 'It is inconceivable that a club which puts out six teams couldn't field a second-string side. 'It is very disappointing. This is the problem which crops up when one club fields two sides in a division.' Dragons conceded the game because they apparently could not field a side 'good enough to play Club'. This was the reason given by Club captain Grant Jamieson. But then again, apart from Valley, the other First Division sides are also not good enough to play Club - even at full strength. 'They have had a spate of injuries and players who are unavailable and thus couldn't get a side strong enough to meet us,' Jamieson said. The Club skipper was a worried man. Yesterday's walkover meant Club have not had any competitive games since their 70-0 thrashing of Kowloon on November 19. Club come up against Valley in what should be the title-decider this Saturday. They have not had a hard game of rugby for three weeks. 'We need some hard match practice badly. It won't be hard to get the guys motivated to play Valley, but we are lacking match-practice,' Jamieson said. 'It is ridiculous that while Dragons have had to play many games in the last few weeks, we have had no games at all.' In a bid to get some match fitness, Club decided to 'loan' some of their players to Dragons last night and played a practice game among themselves. The troubled First Division was further hit by the postponement of tonight's game between Valley and Police. Police were unable to field a team as players had to respond to a special operation. This match will be played next month. Richard Hawkes and Trevor Gregory are in contention for the position of the Union's director of youth. This position fell vacant with the death of Larry Abel a fortnight ago. The matter will be brought up at tomorrow night's Union meeting. It is rumoured that since a couple of people are interested in the position, the Union will not appoint the new youth director tomorrow but could take their time to assess all the candidates.