Australia’s Peter Thomas (MTFC) edged four places higher in the latest FISTF World rankings on the back of his AGP17 victory, while also maintaining his Australian #1 spot.
Eliot Kennedy (Nthn Falcons) moved into second place on the Australian rankings, while rocketing 78 places in the world to move to 75th place. He moved ahead of Carl Young (MTFC) and clubmate Robver Green, who slipped to 3rd and 6th places nationally. Carl kept his top 100 ranking, but Greenie slipped down to 166.
Biggest mover domestically was Brisbane’s Rik Bland who soared into the top 10 on the back of his quarter-final appearance at the AGP17.
There were eight new faces on the world ranking, with 48 Aussies in the list.
Biggest ‘bullet’ appearance was Nick Brill who leapt into 11th place after his comeback tournament.
Special mention for Hugh Best (Perth) who is 18th after making the barrage round of the AGP17.
The full rankings, both domestically and internationally, are listed below, with February and December ranks and movements.
FISTF Rankings Feb 2017 – Australia_Open