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    Kingwilly's Guide to Sports in Jakarta

    **page under construction**

    Aussie Rules Football

    Jakarta Bintangs - Australian Football Club -




    The Jakarta Bintangs ( AllStars ) Australian Football Club was formed in 1995 with the objective to provide a football outlet to the many Australians living in Indonesia's capital. Since then the club has developed and has been represented by a wide range of players from varying age groups and nationalities including Indonesians, Papua New Guineans, Americans, Canadians, Brits, French and New Zealanders.

    The Bintangs are active in Jakarta, training twice weekly and hosting visiting clubs from around Asia including Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Brunei. Furthermore the club travels three times per year for away games to destinations that have included Bali, Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur , Saigon and Hong Kong.
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    Soccer

    Jakarta International Football League



    Website is a mess, but many pubs and teams to choose from....

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    Jakarta Schools Football League

    The Coca-Cola Schools Football League 2007



    The Coca Cola Schools Football League operates under the auspices of the newly formed Jakarta Schools Football Association and is concerned with the organization and delivery of inter-schools competitive football. Initially operating in the under 9, 11, 13 and 15 age groups the league will run between January and May 2007 (allowing for the Easter break) and is set to expand in future years to other schools and age-groups dependent upon the support of schools, parents and sponsors

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    Cricket

    Cricket Indonesia
    Cricket Indonesia



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    Rebels Cricket Club
    RebelsCC : JAKARTA REBELS CRICKET CLUB, INDONESIA



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    Netball

    Jakarta Kangarudas




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    Ultimate Frisbee



    - they play after the footy on a thursday nite at Seneyan sports centre on the hockey field, well gay, but a good chance to pick up a nice lass.

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    Field Hockey
    ISCI Hockey Jakarta

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    Volcano Trips and Hiking
    Java Lava
    Java Lava

    -email contact on this page

    and another volcano hiking group.....

    Fun Trip 2 Volcano

    *i could be wrong but looks a little commercial run to me**


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    Rugby

    Union




    Plenty of rugby for expats and indonesians plus a youth competition as well.

    plus ....

    2008 ASIAN DIVISION 6 CHAMPIONSHIPS, JAKARTA
    The IRFU will host the 2008 Asian Division 6 Championships in Jakarta. It is probable that these championships will be played in late-July 2008. This will be the first ever international rugby tournament to be played in Indonesia and it will give the Rhinos their inaugural opportunity play Test Rugby at ‘home’ on Indonesian soil.

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    Touch
    no website, more an informal turn up and play at JIS (jakarta international school) Sunday afternoons 3-5

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    Running Clubs

    Jakarta Free Spirit Running

    an informal running club, 10k races each month, *i'll find the flyer later*
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    Hash House Harriers

    Hashers have been described as a bunch of drinkers with a running problem. In truth, you need be neither a drinker nor a runner to have fun with us. We're a social group that meets for cross-country jogging followed by a gathering where some beer flows. But if you don't run , don't worry, we've very few athletes in our numbers, and quite a few people who just enjoy a jog or a stroll. Indeed we discourage people from taking the running too seriously.

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    Golf -

    There is loads of places and resorts of various costs and standards, here is a website forum dedicated to golf!




    Golfer's Paradise is a phrase that is not normally used to describe Indonesia. Yet amongst the many hidden treasures that this diverse country has to offer, is a world class golf at an affordable price. Whether you are on business for a few days or you want a cheap, unforgetable golfing holiday, Indonesia is your destination. To know more about golf in Indonesia, its courses, the culture and locations then you come to the right spot. For those of us who have already discovered this paradise, and need a place to brag about our shots, record our scores and sell the excess golf equipment, its time to become a Golfzone member and enjoy the advance features of Golfzone for free.

    Martial Arts


    JKD Martial ArtsKemang and BenhilWebsite: high performance mixed martial arts

    Matra Taekwondo School
    Website: info aktifitas anak les sanggar taekwondo (in-english) capoiera jakarta

    School: BJC - KoryujukuGOR Cempaka Putih, JakartaStyle: Bob Jones Combatives, Koryujuku, Gojuryu Karate Instructor: Bryson Keenan Telephone: +62 813 1077 1202 Website: BOB JONES MARTIAL ARTS
    E-mail: ociananATyahooDOTcom

    The International Sports Club of Indonesia (ISCI)Jl. Ciputat Raya, West Java. PO BOX 6359/JKSGU, Jkt 12063Tae Kwon Do - both adult and children Phone : (6221) 749 0540 Fax : (6221) 749 0754Website: ISCI - International Sports Club Indonesia
    E-mail: isciATisciDOTcoDOTid

    Futsal.



    BINTANG FUTSAL - KEMANG
    2 Indoor Soccer
    Jakarta Selatan- Indonesia

    INDO FUTSAL - PALMERAH
    Indoor Soccer
    Jakarta Barat - Indonesia
    ph. 6871 1653 - 548 3311
    GRAHA FUTSAL - PLUIT
    Indoor Soccer
    Jakarta Utara - Indonesia

    FUTSAL ONE - KEDOYA
    Indoor Soccer
    Jakarta Barat - Indonesia
    ph 021 580 1903


    **tbc**
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    Talking of sports, I trust you've got a nice place lined up for Saturday evening to watch England subjugate the Taffs again?

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    erm, define nice place....

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    A sports bar with nice waitresses and draught Guinness.

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    2 out of 3 ok ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    2 out of 3 ok ?
    I presume the Guinness is the thing that is chopped?

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    yup...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Talking of sports, I trust you've got a nice place lined up for Saturday evening to watch England subjugate the Taffs again?



    famous last words, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    famous last words, huh?
    Got Guinness though, so I'm happy.

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    Well I never! KW came up trumps.

    We had the rugby...




    ...the totty (sort of)...




    ...and most importantly of all, the Guinness!



    Nice one Mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Well I never! KW came up trumps.
    dont sound so surprised!

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    here is some info regarding fun runs....




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    how could you forget the jakarta pool league which has expats chalking their cues and potting their pinks every wednesday before potting their pinks down the blok

    or the most exciting football league in south east asia Jakarta Casual

    the football team i occassionally kick a ball around for are off in hong kong this weekend lucky bastards


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    Quote Originally Posted by exiledgooner
    how could you forget the jakarta pool league which has expats chalking their cues and potting their pinks every wednesday before potting their pinks down the blok
    erm, not really a sport tho is it?

    I was playing last night, did alright, but was well pissed by the end of the night.

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    an update done on Futsal clubs, which a seeing a resurgence in popularity in Jakarta.

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    Tomorrow the famous Vics vs ROWers Aussie Rules game.

    2.00pm Ciburbur - beers and pies available!

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    from World Footy News - Local junior footy rebuilding in Jakarta

    Local junior footy rebuilding in Jakarta


    Friday, May 23 2008 [at] 03:47 PM EST



    The Jakarta Bintangs formed in 1995 and have since become a powerhouse of Asian footy. With a sizable expatriate Australian community, the Bintangs have been regular tourers around the Asia-Pacific region, winning the Asian Championships twice.

    Junior football in and around Jakarta has had a few ups and downs over the years, with a league based around local Javans being held in the Pancawati area. This league - the West Java AFL - has since disappeared, a victim of the transient nature of the Australians and Kiwis who make up the majority of the Bintangs' membership base.

    However it seems local footy is back in the area in a big way - a new development program kicked off around 3 months ago thanks to a grant from the Australia-Indonesia Institute and the placement of AYAD volunteer development officer Chris Bandy.

    Around 4000 Indonesian school kids and quite a few expat kids have since taken part in clinics. Bandy is optimistic of seeing a local-run organisation off the ground in the near future, with a Jakarta school-based league of around 10 teams in regular competition, as well as resurrecting the West Java AFL. An Indonesian team at the International Cup may even be on the cards for 2012.


    As Bandy tells us, "The program came about through a grant from the Australia-Indonesia Institute (AII) and with a volunteer (myself) from Australia's Youth Ambassador for Development (AYAD). The program was started so that the Jakarta Bintangs could build upon existing interest from kids and also develop a sustainable junior development program."

    "We are heavily focused towards local children as this is our only way of making a sustainable program, due to the transient nature of expatriate kids. Our aim is to develop to a completely self-funded, self-motivated and solely Indonesian-driven program within 5 years."

    Although around 90% of the kids involved are locals, the Jakarta Bintangs also have a feeder club of sorts in the Jakarta Bulldogs, a team of western expat students from the British International School in Jakarta. Bandy tells us "I'm coaching the Jakarta Bulldogs and they had a game against the Papuans last month, regularly play intra-club games and have a game scheduled versus the Bintangs next month.

    "I'm in the process of developing an all-Indonesian team from southern Jakarta to play against them at a later date this year. It'll be the first all-Javanese team to play football against westerners in a full-scale game in Indonesia. The Bulldogs are going well and sponsored very well by their school and ANZ.

    "The AFL have said they'll help us out with Auskick packs and I'm in the process of sourcing footy boots and jumpers etc from clubs around Australia as the kids here have nothing and can't afford the gear.

    "We're hoping that with continued support from the AYAD program we will have a full-time development officer, at least for next year and in that time we are hoping to have a fully functioning school-based league with around 10 teams, throughout Jakarta and also to resurrect the league in West Java.

    "By the end of my contract, I want at least 3 indonesian teams (one from each area we visit) who are training at least 2 times a week and playing at least one game a month. We're aiming to have 3 tournaments this year, hold training for teachers and hoping to get Aussie Rules onto the schools' sporting curriculum."

    Regarding an Indonesian side at the International Cup, Bandy tells us "I'd think that within 3-5 years, this is a distinct possiblity and a definitive aim of this program. The Indonesian players will never be big but I can see them being similar to japan, quick and skilful! They're exceptionally hard at it and a very competitive, proud people, sporting wise."

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    Talking of sports, I trust you've got a nice place lined up for Saturday evening to watch England subjugate the Taffs again?
    Well worth reliving this post.

    If there are Rugby Union teams in Jakarta, how come none of them ever come over here for the various tournaments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    Well worth reliving this post.
    You forgot the nice piccie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    If there are Rugby Union teams in Jakarta, how come none of them ever come over here for the various tournaments?
    Excellent question,

    Indonesian Rugby Football Union » About us

    2008 INDONESIAN RUGBY CALENDAR

    February
    1,2 BIS U19’s Tournament
    9 Start Jakarta XV’s series
    16 ISCI Juniors tour to KL
    23 Jakarta XV’s Series
    March
    1 Jakarta XV’s Series
    8 ISCI Vs Singapore Wanderers
    Sengata 10’s Tournament
    28-30 Hongkong 7’s Tournament
    April
    5 Jakarta XV’s Series
    12 Jakarta XV’s Series
    19 Jakarta Xv’s Series
    26 Jakarta XV’s Finals
    May
    3 ISCI Jakarta 10’s Tournament
    9 Bali U16’s Tournament
    June
    7 ISCI Vs Tokyo Crusaders (TBC)
    13 Indonesian selection Vs Macau
    14 IRFU Rhinos Rugby Luncheon
    July
    12 Cambodia Vs Lao
    15 Indonesia Vs Lao
    19 Indonesia Vs Cambodia
    Golden Oldies Tournament
    IRFU Schools Development Exhibition
    August
    tbc Bali Rugby Fest
    October
    11-12 THIESS Indonesia International Rugby 10’s, Bali 2008 Canggu Club
    November
    tbc 2008 King Willy Cup
    tbc Start Jakarta XV’s Preseason Cup



    OH My Lord, I'm famous! Serious - that is a direct cut and paste!

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    jeez, these guys actually seem to play games.

    we don't want them hear.....we could get hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    we don't want them here.....we could get hurt.
    nah, they are still a bunch of pissheads.

    They didn't mention the famous Fugby game we have, 1 half of Aussie rules, 1 half of Rugby....

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    Bloody hell.....famous moment, product of the Australian schooling system correcting a typo.

    Good on ya Bruce, may it be the first of many!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    Bloody hell.....famous moment, product of the Australian schooling system correcting a typo. Good on ya ****, may it be the first of many!!!


    but let's not use my real name on the forum, huh?

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    don't make me prove I know that as well....5555

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