Sunday, 21 May 2017

Ancients rankings released for 16th Mpumulanga Championships.

Jason Batzofin.
With the 16th Mpumulanga Championships to be held at HTS Witbank on 27 and 28 May 2017, Mind Sports South Africa has just released its official rankings for such period.

There is no surprise that the top three positions are held by Old Edwardians.

However, the Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club has been experiencing a huge growth spurt, and with the growth rate in numbers, there  has been a commensurate improvement  in standard of play.

Both Jacques Gertzen and Anja Els surprised all at the recent National Team Trials held on 6 & 7 May 2017 with their much improved standard.

With Mpumulanga being the last South African Championships prior to the World Championships, it will be interesting to see the standard in play by MSSA's players.

The rankings are:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Batzofin, Jason 1417Old Edwardian Wargames Club618.9
2Allwright, Terence17Old Edwardian Wargames Club355.7
3Webster, Colin 9116Old Edwardian Wargames Club343
4Schoeman, Garth 0217Knights Mind Sports Club336.1
5Retief, Elishia 1417North West University263.2
6Barry, Sean 0917Uplands College252.6
7Beuken, Leopold15Riverview Mind Sports Club195
8Hervey, Simon15Pretoria Boys High School190
9Louw, Adam15Pretoria Boys High School155.1
10Gertzen, Jacques17Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club136.5
11Els, Anja17Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club107
12Love, Dorian16St John's College100
13Schoeman, Alex15Knights Mind Sports Club81.6

Other rankings published by MSSA are:

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