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Rugby League Coaching Clinic Canggu Club
AFL Bali Masters Canggu Club
4th MRA Bali Triathlon Jimbaran Bay
Reef Bali Pro 2010 Surfing Padma,Kuta
Pictured the England side in the Coaltrans World Cup Sixes held on 30 May
5th Hotair! Kiteboard Comp Sanur Beach Hotel
eDITORIAL 23 May
Bali Ocean Swim Kuta Beach,Bali Garden Hotel
Apa Kabar, Welcome to the June Edition In this edition we cover the recent Bali Soccer Sixes and Coaltrans World Cup Sixes. The recent activities of Bali Rugby Club,the upcoming AFL Masters,Nutrition in Sport. Young Surfers in Kuta,Swimming programs for Disabled Balinese. Rugby League coaches in Bali,and much more
Have a great month of sport, The Editor
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AFL & Netball News
Rugby League & Union News
Swimming News (con’t)
This month’s Calendar
Training This week
Rugby League News
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3 BRC PLAyers selected in national team Congratulations to Dan Sivess,Nick Mesritz and Grant “Olly” Olsen for their selection in the Indonesian National Rugby Union team for the up coming A5N Division 3 series against Iran,Pakistan & Guam in Lippo Karrawaci,Jakarta inext week.
ENGLISH PREMIERSHIP CLUB IN BALI Burnley FC ‘s Tour to Bali is off,the newly relegated club is not going to come to Bali this July afterall..Instead Burnley will play a series of games in Singapore,one game possibly involving an Indonesian Club,negotations are still in progress
BEACH CRICKET IN BALI? It will be held later in the year in Bali on 13 & 14 November. More in the next editiona,
CHARITY STARTS AT....... Bali Sports Foundation approached an Australian Gold medallist swimmer with ties to Bali about participating in the upcoming 1st Bali Ocean Swim. “For $2500 plus 4 airfares ,he would love to help for a good cause” was the response. Needless to say that was one less swimmer for the Bali Ocean Swim.
BALI SPORTS FOUNDATIONOur Mission
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To improve the lives of children in Papua,Bali & East Indonesia by using the power of sport and play for development, health and peace.
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Vision To create a healthier and safer East Indonesia through the power of sport and play.
How By providing Safe and supportive sports environment which can provide youth with a place in which they are treated with dignity and through which they can:
Develop new and valued skills
Receive mentoring support from trusted adults, who can serve as youth advocates
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Take advantage of new learning and educational opportunities.
Train the trainers program for the sports centres
Form friendships, receive and give peer support, and enhance their social networks
High level training through volunteer coaches and mentors Up to high school education through our JV with DHIF Experiences in religious tolerance and understanding through bringing promising athletes to our central sports center in Kuta,Bali Identify promising talent and provide them with life skills
THEY SAID...... “If you don’t win this game,you will be drinking beer......” Balikpapan Bears Rugby Coach Nico to his team in the Bali 10’s semifinals..... Balikpapan lost the game
“Chelsea move on.I move on.I keep winning important things,they keep winning....something.” Former Chelsea boss,now Inter manager ,Jose Mourinho after Inter knocked Chelsea out of the UEFA Champions League
“It’s like sex.If you really enjoy something,you want to keep doing it.” David Coulthard on Michael Schumachers return to F1
“You‘ve been kennied”
on his chances Longtime Bali expat to a hapless Bali Soccer Sixes participant of getting his monies back from the egregarious Bali soccer identity All proceeds go to the Yayasan Damai Olahraga Bali www.balisports.com
Bali Triathlon Sprint Event at MRA BIT 2010, Everyone Can Join! Denpasar, 10 May 2010 – In addition to the Olympic Distance which has been contested for the past three years, the upcoming MRA Bali International Triathlon which will be held on June 20th 2010 will introduce the “Sprint Event” which will enrich this fourth year competition with shorter distance: 500m swim, 20km cycling, and 5km run. The yearly event, which has always been centered around Jimbaran Bay, Bali, can be entered by individuals or groups (3 people in a relay team), just like the Olympic Distance’s (1.5km swim, 42km cycling, and 10km run). “It was our main sponsor, MRA group, who suggested to add the Sprint Event this year to increase the number of participants, from new athletes trying out for the very first time to those who are more comfortable with shorter distance,” explained Robb Strom, one of the event committees. The sprint event athletes will start approximately 30 minutes after the Olympic Distance event. In the two categories of the events, participants will compete for unique trophies sponsored by Jenggala Ceramics Bali along with other fabulous prizes for each category winners. Heaps of prizes await!
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Apart from MRA Group, other companies sponsoring this well-known event on the international sports calendar are: The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay and InterContinental Bali Resort – two resorts on Jimbaran Bay, Rodalink, Club Mineral Water, Mandala Airlines, Pocari Sweat, Bali Hotel Association, Jari Menari, and BIMC Hospital.
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Participating in the Olympic Distance, is Indonesia’s legendary swimmer and now Editor-in-Chief of Men’s Fitness Indonesia, Richard Sam Bera and renowned national swimmer, Andy Wibowo. The committee is still waiting for further confirmation from Jauhari Johan, the national runner, and 2009’s best Indonesian time winner, Kadri Regar for their participation in MRA Bali International Triathlon.
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RUGBY UNION NEWS t's on again, the 2010 XP Xclusive Property Bali Rugby Fest will be held at the Canggu Club, Bali, on October 9th and 10th. After the success of last years tournament, Bali Rugby Club are hoping for another big turnout. This year sees 3 divisions consisting of Open Men 10's, Asian 7's and Women 7's. With Rugby 7's recently being accepted into the Olympic fold, BRC along with Persatuan Rugby Union Indonesia are looking to develop the 7's game in Indonesia. With the Indonesian players more suited to the quicker form of the game, PRUI are hoping that the national 7's team, the Harimau, can quickly rise through the ranks of Asian division. Bali's own Ketut Arnawa went on to represent Indonesia in the 2009 Harimau and the BRC hopes that other Bali team members will soon join Ketut in national colours.
The 5th Edition of the HOTAIR! Bali's only Kiteboard comp is on from the 2-4 July. Founded in 2006 by Rodney Holt together with Mario Bari, HOTAIR! has developed from only local competitors to have an exciting mix of international & national kiteboarders.
All the action will be in front of Sanur Beach The events features
Entry fees will be announced in the coming months:
Freestyle Hangtime Jump for the Chilli (Cash)
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RUGBY LEAGUE NEWS The newly formed Indonesian Rugby League Federation,together with the NSWRL Accademy announce training clinics on June 5 & 6 at the Canggu Club. With the Rugby Development Officers Timothy Gee from NSW Rugby League Academy Tony Ashton from West Balmain Tigers All those interested in Rugby League and do a ARL Level 1 coaching or refereeing course are welcome For further information firstname.lastname@example.org
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BALI RUGBY CLUB BRC President Nick Mesritz reports on Bali Rugby Development Team pioneering trip leads to new competition. In April, the Bali Rugby Development side travelled to Sumabawa for a game against the Sumbawa "Nagas" development team. Development teams are predominantly made up from Indonesian born players with a couple of expat players to help in more technical areas of the game. After some 12 hrs of cross island travel, the team arrived in Sumbawa where we were the guests of mining company, PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara. After lunch in the company's mess hall and a quick nap in the dorms, the boys were ready to take the field. The game was entertaining with both sides playing with great spirit. The larger forward pack of the Sumbawa team gave their back line clean ball and they were soon on the scoreboard. James Medley from the Nagas scoring a try in each of the first two quarters. Bali tried hard all day with our lineout working particularly well, but we were unable to break the strong defence of the Nagas, with the local team running out as 22-0 winners with trys scored
can play a role in improving the lives of individuals, not only individuals, I might add, but whole communities. I am convinced that the time is right to build on that understanding, to encourage governments, development agencies and communities to think how sport can be included more systematically in the plans to help children, particularly those living in the midst of poverty, disease and conflict.” - Kofi Annan, ex-Secretary General of the United Nations
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by Doyoroso and Asep Andriana in each of the last two quarters for the home team. Following the game, our host put on a dinner at a local restaurant and it was great to see the true spirit of rugby take hold, with both teams enjoying a yarn and a drink. Sumbawa selected Bali's debutant at fly half, Yohannes as Bali's best back and long time team member Indra as our best forward. Both selections were well deserved. It was the first time a rugby team had made the effort to travel to Sumbawa and from this inaugural game both sides have pledged to turn it into an annual 3 games series with the next game in Bali in Septembe
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Padma Beach Surf Seen
Surfing in Kuta has been a big part of tourism for international guest holidaying in Bali. Surf schools in Bali are popular beach activity for tourists having a go at surfing .Local Indonesian instructors work on beach demonstrating the skills as part of their work. In Padma beach the Soul Surfer School offers a relaxed atmosphere on the beach, where u can sit and learn the skills at your own pace.
Soul Surfer Coach Balla sharing coconut with Aussie swim coach Glenn Schapel at Padma beach.
Surf Instructor Balla , has worked there for last 4 years. Originally coming from Atam Bua, Timor 15 years ago he has seen the changes in Bali and now sees that children safety in the water is important for survival at the beach. Soul Surfer School has a sense of responsibility to look out for its own surf school students and also tourist who swim at the beach. Balla has a 10 year old son named Raju and he has taken up the sport surfing whichâ€™s has developed skills for the sport inless than 1 year. Last year Raju joined in the Magicwave surf groms series for the first time and over 5 series events he finally took first place. YCR Swim and Surf coach Glenn supported his surfing career so far and is pleased with his progress and this year Rajuâ€™s performance has improved another 50% ability to surf with other older local Padma surfers. Raju is lookng forward to the up and coming Magicwave surf series this year along Kuta beaches. Bali Sport Magzine wishes Raju the best and hopes he can get a major surf industry sponsorship in 2010.
Raju surfing Padma Beach
CALendar of events SUNDAY 30
SOCCER Coaltrans World Cup Sixes
6 RUGBY LEAGUE Coaching Clinic Canggu Club
TRIALTHLON Bali Triathlon Jimbaran Bay
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saturday 5 RUGBY LEAGUE Coaching Clinic Canggu Club
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RUGBY UNION NEWS 2010 JAKARTA 10â€™s Bali's Chilli's recieves big crowd support in Jakarta The first weekend in May saw the Bali Rugby Senior team "The Chilli's" make the annual pilgrimage to Jakarta for the ISCI 10's. We arrived at the grounds bright and early, but due to a change in the draw, found out that we had less than 5 minutes before our first game against the ISCI Dragons. The lack of preparation showed and we took awhile to get moving, but eventually ran out to a 4 try win. Our next game was against JIS, the Jarkarta International School team. After a torrid affair, the superior fitness and commitment of the younger team saw Bali go down 7 to nil. A 6 try romp over French outfit, Jago Dulu, was followed by the crunch match against the host's first team, the Komodos from ISCI. The first half was played in torrential rain, with neither side gaining any real advantage. Unfortunately even with the vocal support for Bali of other competing teams such as the Nagas, the second half was all ISCI as they ran in two tries to seal our fate. This put us into the plate final in a repeat of the day's first game against the ISCI Dragons. What should have been more silverware for the Chilli's turned into a game of what could have been, with at least two tries bombed and passes dropped. The pain of watching the opposition lift the trophy took a while to swallow, but the beer tent helped us get over ourselves and hopefully we've all learnt a lesson from it. Player of the tournament for the Chilli's was second rower Dan Sivess, who was rewarded for a strong performance all day by being named in the Indonesian National Team squad. Dan will join Bali players Nick Mesritz and Grant "Olly" Olsen in Jakarta next month to take on Pakistan, Guam and Iran in the IRB Division 3 A5N tournament.
BALI SOCCER SIXES & COALTRANS WORLD CUP PHOTOS More photos can be seen at www,balisoccersixes.com photos by Glenn Schapel
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NUTRITION FOR SPORT
Ni Putu Budi Mulianingsih reports
It is undoubtedly that food and nutrition play an important role for people who playing sport activities. Sporting athletes should try to understand about their nutritional needs to increase their sporting fitness during training and competition performance over long durations. Adequate nutrients
will influence the body’s muscle strength, bone strength, body fatigue and improve injury rehabilitation time. So, what an athlete should do to meet their nutritional needs for example?
1. Eat a variety of food To keep the body healthy you need a balance diet. Doing physical activity an athlete require sufficient amount of nutrients such as carbohydrate, protein, fat, mineral and vitamins. Those can be found by eating variety of food. 2. Eating more carbohydrate Carbohydrates supply most of energy as fuel for athletes during exercise. The extra energy or fuel is required when they do lots of exercise or training. Intake of carbohydrate in daily routine will influence your sport performance to keep good feeling and prevent from tiredness. Choose type of complex carbohydrate because contain fiber that is good for your body and performance. For example, potatoes, rice, bread, wholegrain cereals, semi skimmed milk, yoghurt, fruit, vegetables, beans. Another carbohydrate such as cakes and biscuits, cereals, puddings, jam, honey, juices and soft drinks are okay too. However these are less healthy so it’s only recommended to be consumed before exercise or competition because it only supply a short energy fuel. 3. Consume moderate amount of fat
Fat is another source of energy that gives longer lasting energy for people who are doing lots of exercise everyday. There are many types of fat source , but its strongly recommended to choose healthier fats that which is found from vegetable oils such as sunflower oil , Olive Oil , Rice Oil , Nuts , Oily fish – Sardines. 4. Enough protein consumption Intake protein is good for growth and repair muscle. Here are some good source of protein which are : are fish, lean meats and poultry, eggs, dairy, nuts, soy, and peanut butter. 5. Intake vitamin and mineral To get adequate mineral and vitamin source , athletes need to have a variety of fruits and vegetable that important for keep good health and sport performance.
6. Having adequate water intake
Intake adequate of water will prevent body from get dehydration. Most athlete will lose their body liquid as they do long exercise, so imagine that Athletes who suffer from dehydration will decrease their physical and mental performance.
By Ni Putu Budi Mulianingsih., AMG., SE., MPH Dietician at Nutrition clinic for Sanglah Hospital
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2010 COALTRANS WORLDCUP SIXES
2010 BALI SOCCER SIXES
In Bali Sports Foundation’s first tournament on its newly renovated Samudra field 22 teams from around the SE Asia took to the field in the 2010 Bali Soccer Sixes.
After the round robin group,the standings were,
A tournament originally started by the Bali Bulldogs,it is now an international event. There were 2 competitions,the Competitive & Over 35’s,devided into 12 teams and 10 teams respectively .After the round robin phase the results were as follows
Group A standings
1.Do It United
4.Yayasan Bali Sports
4.De Hooey Nomads
After the quarters & Seminfinals & Finals the final results were 2010 Competitive results:
Ireland Scotland Australia
Italy played Australia,Germany vs Scotland & Indonesia vs England played the quarterfinals,as Ireland had withdrawn giving their foes the French (remember the handball) a bye into the Semis. Semi-finals Germany Vs Italy
Bowl winners - Barclays
France vs Indonesia
Plate winners – Yayasan Bali Sports Cup winners - Gima
Leading to the Finals France vs Italy
With Italy winning the World Cup.
At completion of the round robin phase Group A 1.Singapore Exciles 2.Bugils Fc 3.Sumbawa Pensioners 4.Bali Bulldogs 5.The Lions Jakarta 2010 Over 35s results Bowl winners - Singapore Exciles Plate winners - The Vikings Jakarta Cup winners - Do it United
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1.Kuta Kowboys 2.Do it United 3.The Vikings Jakarta 4.Why Sports Bar 5.Bang on it Utd
‘I hear Tony Adams has just admitted he’s an alcoholic, that took a lot of bottle’ – Ian Wright The beer was cold and plentiful, the food hot and edible, and as Duran Duran boomed out of the PA system we were under way. At 9a.m on May 29th the inaugural event for the Bali Sports Foundation kicked off at Samudrah field in the form of the 2010 Bali Soccer 6’s and Coaltrans World Cup; by 10 it was clear which players had taken to their team building exercises in Kuta with gusto. But such was the nature of a weekend that was more about fun and fundraising than classy football. The Singapore Exiles Captain possibly put it best after losing 1-0 to a decent German Plus Jakarta side, “it was as if they were actually trying to win the game!” At the end of the day’s play, when results were all but forgotten, congratulations were given to the ‘Gima’ team who managed to stay sober enough, for long enough to walk away with the fetching horse head trophy as the winners of the Bali Soccer 6’s competitive, and likewise for the ‘Do It Utd’ team who won the veterans. The only sour note for many of the players as they celebrated and commiserated with equal abandon, was that they would have to do it all over again the next day, but this time, they’d be representing their country. No pressure then.
The Peter Schmeichel Award for Best Save – Chris Pardey, England vs Bali. The Singapore Exiles Veteran gave up his usual role of centre back and donned the gloves for the World Cup, presumably hoping for a late call from Fabio Capello. He did his chances of heading to South Africa with Rooney and co no harm with a brilliant double save against Bali, the second of which being from point blank, blasted straight against his face with spine tingling force. The ‘mouth from the south’ showed no pain, nor regret at potentially sacrificing his classical good looks (and glasses) for Queen and country, and in your correspondents opinion, he actually looks much better for the experience. I doth my cap to you sir. The Stevie G Award for Best Goal – Tom Conway, England vs Bali. Even though I say so myself England’s consolation goal in their quarter-final defeat to Bali was the best of the weekend. The benefit of writing articles is that your opinion is final, if not entirely without bias. So allow me to paint you a picture. Going a goal down and seeing his team-mates heads drop in a World Cup quarter-final against the minnows of Bali, talisman Conway decided to take matters into his own hands.
And so it was that on Sunday May 30th, at the far more reasonable hour of 12 that players dripped their way back into Samudrah field for one last roll of the dice. Limbs ached, and heads throbbed but never the less those brave
Demanding the ball be layed to him he struck the ball with such ferocity and venom that it flew as straight and true as an arrow at Agincourt, flying past the desolate keeper who could barely see the ball it was travelling so fast, and rifling into the top corner, ripping the net to shreds. Female spectators swooned, the men merely stood in awe of the achievement, surely they had
souls trudged back onto the field in the name of charity and national pride. The Duke of Wellington is meant to have commented upon reviewing his troops before battle with France that, ‘I don’t know what effect these men
just witnessed footballing perfection and commented on what a fine fellow that Tom character is, and handsome too, ‘I must buy him a beer,’ they said. Conway, modest as ever, decided to take to the sidelines to allow a fellow
have upon the enemy but by God they terrify me.’ The good Duke may well have had a coronary if he’d spotted a few of the motley crew that sauntered onto Samudrah.
team member the opportunity to become a hero to the nation as well.
I should at this point, spout a long-winded review of the mesmerising football that took place on that roasting Sunday afternoon, but I can’t. The previous day’s exertions, and the previous night’s escapades had taken their toll. Spectators and statisticians will note that it was Italy who won the CoalTrans World Cup (possibly a good omen for South Africa?), but your correspondent would like to stray from the tried and tested route of review and saunter down an all together more unorthodox path by recognising the achievements of those who made the weekend what it was. Not for their sporting prowess, or dedication to the game, but to their ability to make the 6’s weekend a memorable one for all involved. The Bintang Award for biggest drinkers. – Australia. They may not have won a single game, but they went through more tinnies per head than most of the other teams put together. Their constant cries of ‘Ozzie, Ozzie, Ozzie!’ were awe inspiring to some, infuriating to others but they played in the right spirit. There was a heavy cloud of Bintang hovering over them at all times yet they still managed to get a draw against Scotland. Well played sirs, well played.
Or… England, going 1-0 down to a fitter, younger, faster and ultimately better Bali team made the mistake of passing the ball to young Conway, who exhausted and unfit decided to do away with pretences of passing and moving and just decided to hoon the ball away as fast and as far as he could for a bit of much needed rest. Slicing the ball a tad, he flukily managed to squeeze it past the keeper, whereby Conway promptly decided that was enough for the day and duly substituted himself. The confused national identity Award – Scotland. The proud men of Scotland, the descendants of William Wallace, the warriors of the Glen ACTUALLY comprised of several Irishmen, a couple of Danes, an Aussie and at one point, even an Englishman. Still, they went a couple of steps better than their international counter parts by reaching the quarters! And there you have it, a fantastic weekend, where the football was second rate and the banter first class. Finally it leaves me to thank all of the players and organisers of the 6’s weekend, our sponsors and spectators. We hope you’ll all be able to join us next year for the 2011 Bali Charity Soccer 6’s.
The Armani Award for Best Kit. – Ireland The sport of football has seen more than it’s fair share of the weird and wonderful when it comes to a team’s kit, Anyone who has followed Manchester Utd over the years will bare testament to this, but in all my years of following the beautiful game I’ve never encountered a strip so perfectly simple yet effective. The traditional green and white was present from the Micks, but with an added twist. Each member had No.12 and HANDBALL on their jerseys, a more than subtle aside to a certain dirty Frenchman’s lack of sporting morals in recent weeks. I doubt if Mr. Thierry Henry is a subscriber to the Bali Sports Mag, but if he is, I would strongly suggest he leave Dublin off his list of potential vacation spots. His act of dishonesty will not be soon forgotten, nor forgiven. “Never give an Irishman cause for revenge,” – Sin City.
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