Matches in the Dutch East Indies on Java 26- 7 Batavia S.V.B.B./Vios XI 1-5 Nan Hwa 28- 7 Cheribon Y.H.H./Zw. Ster 1-2 Nan Hwa 31- 7 Batavia S.V.J.A. 1-3 Nan Hwa 1- 8 Batavia V.B.O. XI 2-3 Nan Hwa 3- 8 Pekalongan T.H.H. 3-6 Nan Hwa 7- 8 Semarang P.S.S.I. 2-2 Nan Hwa 8- 8 Semarang V.S.O. XI 0-2 Nan Hwa 11- 8 Malang M.V.U. XI 2-5 Nan Hwa 14- 8 Soerabaja H.B.S. 1-2 Nan Hwa 15- 8 Soerabaja S.V.B. XI 1-1 Nan Hwa 18- 8 Soerabaja Tiong Hoa 1-2 Nan Hwa 21- 8 Bandoeng Miss Riboet XI 3-0 Nan Hwa 22- 8 Bandoeng V.B.B.O. XI 0-5 Nan Hwa 25- 8 Bandoeng Sparta 1-3 Nan Hwa 26- 8 Batavia V.B.O. XI 4-0 Nan Hwa 28- 8 Batavia Hercules 0-1 Nan Hwa 29- 8 Batavia Rest van Batavia 4-4 Nan Hwa 31- 8 Batavia V.I.J. XI 1-3 Nan Hwa Total Record Nan Hwa: 18 13 3 2 49-28 29 Match Details 26- 7 S.V.B.B./Vios XI 1-5 Nan Hwa S.V.B.B./Vios XI: Matheys; Lay Sie Foo, Shields; Lippelt, Tjoetjoe, Anwar; Onong, Manusama, Oscar, Lübach, Meeng Nan Hwa: Tam Kwan-kon; Mak Sui-hon, Lee Tin-sang; Lau Hing-choi, Leung Wing-chiu, Lee Kwok-wai; Tso Kwai-shing, Fung King-cheung, Lee Wai-tong, Lai Shiu-wing, Lee Shek-yau Half-Time: 0-2 Note: at U.M.S.-terrein. Anwar and Meeng later were part of the Dutch East Indies squad at the 1938 World Cup. Lee Wai-tong had been captain of the China Olympic team 1936, of the Loh Hwa side touring Java and Sumatra in 1930, and had played for Batavia side U.M.S. in their championship season 1932/33. 28- 7 Y.H.H./Zw. Ster 1-2 Nan Hwa Note: at gemeente-sportterrein, Kosambi, Cheribon. The hosts were first announced as a Cheribon/Tegal XI but later specified to be a combination of Y.H.H. (a Chinese club side, presumably from Tegal) and Zwarte Ster (a "native" club side, 1936/37 champions of the P.S.I.T. league in Cheribon, who had trashed "European" Cheribon champions P.S.C. 7-1 in a friendly in April). 31- 7 S.V.J.A. 1-3 Nan Hwa S.V.J.A.: Tanasalé; Husurpunny, Teterissa; Huwae, Tetalepta, Anakotta; Taihitu, Pattiwael, Sahetapy, Siegers, Tarumasely Nan Hwa: Tam Kwan-kon; Mak Sui-hon, Lee Tin-sang; Leung Wing-chiu, Tak-poa, Lee Kwok-wai; Tso Kwai-shing, Fung King-cheung, Lee Wai-tong, Lai Shiu-wing, Lee Shek-yau referee: Mols Goals: Pattiwael 1-0, Fung King-cheung 1-1, Lai Shiu-wing 1-2, Fung King-cheung 1-3 Half-Time: 1-2 Note: at Planten- en Dierentuin. S.V.J.A. were 1936/37 champions of Batavia. Taihitu and Pattiwael later were part of the Dutch East Indies squad at the 1938 World Cup. 1- 8 V.B.O. 2-3 Nan Hwa V.B.O.: Van Beuzekom; Giok Seng, Brugman; Lippelt, Tan Sien Ien, Anakotta; Taihitu, Zomers, Pattiwael, Lübach, Meeng Nan Hwa: Tam Kwan-kon; Mak Sui-hon, Lee Tin-sang; Lau Hing-choi, Leung Wing-chiu, Lee Kwok-wai; Yeung Shui-yick, Fung King-cheung, Lee Wai-tong, Lai Shiu-wing, Lee Shek-yau referee: Foltinsky Goals: Lübach 1-0, Lai Shiu-wing 1-1, Lee Shek-yau 1-2, Lee Wai-tong 1-3, Lübach 2-3 Half-Time: 1-2 Note: at Planten- en Dierentuin. Van Beuzekom, Taihitu, Zomers, Pattiwael and Meeng later were part of the Dutch East Indies squad at the 1938 World Cup. 7- 8 P.S.S.I. 2-2 Nan Hwa P.S.S.I.: R. Maladi (Solo); Soemarjo "King Kong" (Solo), Aboed (Cheribon); Sardjo (Cheribon), Hardiman (Solo), Soewarno (Solo); Jazid (Solo), Soetris (Solo), Djawad (Djokjakarta), Hoedoro (Cheribon), Moestaram (Cheribon); reserve keeper: Soebowo (Djokjakarta); Hardiman replaced Soekemi (Solo), who had been included in the originally announced line-up Nan Hwa: Tam Kwan-kon; Mak Sui-hon, Lee Tin-sang; Wong Mee-shum, Leung Wing-chiu (HT: Lim Tak-poa), Lau Hing-choi; Yeung Shui-yick (HT: Kwai Shing), Fung King-cheung, Lee Wai-tong, Lai Shiu-wing, Lee Shek-yau referee: Willé Goals: Lai Shiu-wing 0-1, Moestaram 1-1, Moestaram 2-1, Fung King-cheung 2-2 Half-Time: 0-1 Note: the P.S.S.I. team consisted of 6 players from Persis (Solo), 4 from P.S.I.T. (Cheribon) and 1 from P.S.I.M. (Djokjakarta); this draw, undoubtedly a fine result for the representation of the "native" football federation of Java at its maiden appearance, is occasionally advanced as proof of the superiority of "native" football on Java as compared to the "European" version. However, that is stretching it. Quite apart from the fact that the "European" federations and clubs on Java were not closed to "native" players (ambonese side S.V.J.A. were reigning champions of the V.B.O. and supplied a number of players to the V.B.O. selections; the S.V.B.B./Vios combination which played Nan Hwa on 26 July only consisted for about half of "Europeans"), friendly results between "European" and "native" city federations suggest otherwise: in Batavia alone, the V.B.O. beat the V.I.J. 9-0 on 19 July 1936 and again 8-0 on 25 March 1939. In fact, not only the N.I.V.U., F.I.F.A. members for the territory, but also the H.N.V.B., the ethnic Chinese football federation on Java, probably boasted a stronger team than the P.S.S.I. 8- 8 V.S.O. 0-2 Nan Hwa V.S.O.: David; Achmad, Segher; Beng Gwee, Hok Soei, Faulhaber; Berkenbosch, Mochtar, Moedjono, Marmo, Soepeno Nan Hwa: Wah Gay; Lee Tin-sang, Mak Sui-hon; Lau Hing-choi, Leung Wing-chiu, Lee Kwok-wai; Tso Kwai-shing, Fung King-cheung, Lee Wai-tong, Lai Shiu-wing, Kwee Leong referee: Willé Goals: Tso Kwai-shing 0-1, N.N. (pen) 0-2 Half-Time: 0-0 Note: in this match Nan Hwa star striker and captain Lee Wai-tong broke his tibia. 21- 8 Miss Riboet XI 3-0 Nan Hwa Note: Miss Riboet (Miss Ribut - ribut means "noisy" in Malay) was a famous native actress who managed a football side (representing her Maleisch Operette- Gezelschap Orion) since 1928, playing (in green shirts, thus nicknamed "De Groenen") on selected occasions such as charity matches. At the time, Miss Riboet XI most likely was the strongest "native" football team in the Dutch East Indies. In November 1937, striker Abidin was mentioned among the candidates for the Dutch East Indies 1938 World Cup selection. Originally Persib (the "native" city federation of Bandoeng) had been announced as Nan Hwa opponents for this match; apparently Miss Riboet XI were a late replacement. 26- 8 V.B.O. 4-0 Nan Hwa V.B.O.: Eng Siat; Teterissa, Brugman; Lippelt, Tjoetjoe, Anakotta; Taihitu, Pattiwael, Jahn, Lübach, Meeng Nan Hwa: Wah-gay; Mak Sui-hon, Lee Tin-sang; Lau Hing-choi, Leung Wing-chiu, Lee Kwok-wai; Yeung Shui-yick, Chan Tak-fai, Fung King-cheung, Lai Shiu-wing, Lee Shek-yau referee: Hermanus Goals: Lübach 1-0, Jahn 2-0, Meeng 3-0, Jahn 4-0 Half-Time: 1-0 Note: at U.M.S.-terrein; played as a charity match for the Chinese Red Cross in the light of the brutal Japanese invasion of China. Taihitu, Pattiwael and Meeng later were part of the Dutch East Indies squad at the 1938 World Cup. 28- 8 Hercules 0-1 Nan Hwa Goal: Chan Tak-fai 0-1 Half-Time: 0-1 Note: at Planten- en Dierentuin. 29- 8 Rest van Batavia 4-4 Nan Hwa Rest van Batavia: Eng Siat; Baumgarten, Moehono; Huwae, Soleiman, Gotenkieny; Anwar, Tony Wen, Welffer, Manusama, Siegers Nan Hwa: Wah-gay; Mak Sui-hon, Lee Tin-sang; Lau Hing-choi, Tak-poa, Leung Wing-chiu; Yeung Shui-yick, Chan Tak-fai, Ka-cheung, Lai Shiu-wing, Lee Shek-yau Goals: Lee Shek-yau 0-1, Chan Tak-fai 0-2, Chan Tak-fai 0-3, Tony Wen 1-3, Manusama 2-3, Manusama 3-3, Welffer 4-3, Chan Tak-fai 4-4 Half-Time: 1-3 Note: at Planten- en Dierentuin. Anwar later was part of the Dutch East Indies squad at the 1938 World Cup. 31- 8 V.I.J. 1-3 Nan Hwa V.I.J.: Rasidin; Gani, Iljas; Saleh, Moestari, Ibrahim; Moedjitaba, Suharna, Tjipto, Ramelan, Latoeb Nan Hwa: Wah-gay; Lauw-niau, Leung Wing-chiu; Jin-chen, Tak-poa, Thing-chai, Yeung Shui-yick, Chan Tak-fai, Ka-cheung, Wong Mee-shun, Lee Shek-yau referee: Hogewoud Note: V.I.J. (the "native" federation of Batavia) replaced the Chinese XI which had originally been announced as the final opponents of Nan Hwa. Nan Hwa substituted four players at half-time.
Sources: [PSS 80], various newspapers available through the Koninklĳke Bibliotheek
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