Java Trip of Singapore Malays 1933


The Malays were the reigning champions of Singapore, securing the local league title in three consecutive seasons (1931, 1932 and 1933). The Batavia and Bandoeng papers complained bitterly on their "unfair" style of play, which caused injuries to host players in several matches, and on their refusal to allow substitutions (which, in case of injuries, were allowed on Java). In the last few matches in Batavia, the visitors grudgingly allowed substitutions. Players of B.V.C., their first "victims", refused to play as part of the Batavia city selection on 26 August.
Matches in the Dutch East Indies

on Java

13- 8 Batavia           B.V.C.           2-5 Malays           [HT: 2-3]
16- 8 Bandoeng          B.V.B. XI        3-0 Malays           [HT: 1-0]
19- 8 Soerabaja         H.B.S.           2-1 Malays           [HT: 0-1]
20- 8 Soerabaja         Tiong Hoa        1-3 Malays           [HT: 0-3]
22- 8 Soerabaja         S.V.B. XI        0-1 Malays           [HT: 0-0]
24- 8 Solo              V.B.S. XI        4-4 Malays           [HT: 2-0]
26- 8 Batavia           V.B.O. XI        1-1 Malays           [HT: 0-0]
27- 8 Buitenzorg        S.B.B. XI        1-2 Malays           [HT: 0-1]
28- 8 Batavia           U.M.S.           2-2 Malays           [HT: 2-1]
30- 8 Bandoeng          U.N.I.           0-2 Malays
 1- 9 Batavia           S.V.B.B.         0-1 Malays           [HT: 0-0]

Total Record Malays       11   6  3  2  22-16  15

1930

1953


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