which has been going on since July 30, 2022, was officially closed by the Deputy Governor of DKI Jakarta, Ahmad Riza Patria.NHC managed to penetrate the final round after beating DIPO 80 through a score of 9-0 in the semifinal match on Saturday (24/9/2022). Meanwhile, RHC faced fierce resistance against Triskati Hockey Club (THC), until finally winning 1-0 and qualifying for the final round.Since the match whistle sounded, the NHC continued to press RHC and tried to dominate the match. After a few minutes of the match running, NHC managed to outperform the situation through a solo goal from Aulia Akbar Al Radh. This 1-0 score continued to last until the second quarter ended and halftime. Entering the third quarter, Akbar again added to his goal coffers for NHC through a penalty short corner. Missing 2 scores did not make RHC then move and take advantage of the opportunity in front of goal to minimize the lag by Fauzan.The match ended 2-1 due to the superiority of NHC which brought him to win the 2022 LIHOJA. The Deputy Governor of DKI Jakarta hopes that the hockey competition will continue to roll on and inspire Jakarta hockey people to continue to achieve achievements.”I would like to express my appreciation for the organization of this hockey competition, we hope that competitions like this can continue to roll out both at the regional and international levels so that there are more fans and can produce new athletes. I see the great commitment that you have given can be a good vitamin so that this sport continues to be present,” said Riza in a press statement, Monday (26/9/2022).Ahmad Riza hopes that the competition can take place regularly and expresses the commitment of the DKI Provincial Government in planning the construction of a hockey field. On the same occasion, the general chairman of FHI DKI Jakarta, Heri Purnomo said the Jakarta Hockey League was not only a competition event but also a performance show for young Jakarta hockey athletes, as well as a gathering moment for Hockey lovers in Jakarta.We really appreciate the huge enthusiasm of the audience during LIHOJA 2022. We also realize that the long hiatus has made hockey fans in Jakarta miss this competition, in the future we will continue to strive to improve the quality and make the implementation of LIHOJA as interesting as possible. We don’t forget to thank all sponsors who support the implementation of this hockey competition,” said Heri
The women’s category consisted of four participants, namely the International Sport Club of Indonesia (ISCI) babes, Jakarta State University (UNJ), 98 HC, and the University of Indonesia (UI) each team played six matches. In the deciding match which was held on Sunday, September 11, 2022, ISCI Babes succeeded in overthrowing the University of Indonesia (UI) with a score of 4-0. This result also made ISCI babes come out as champions in the women’s category through 4 wins and 2 draws without losing a single time.