Asia has a new number one player, with Singapore’s Anas Rahamat (Jurong) claiming top spot in the Asian rankings over his countryman and clubmate Rudy Hesty.
Most of the other Top 10 remained the same, though two new Aussies dislodged countrymen, with Fabrizio Coco (Sydney TFC) moving up 13 places to sit at #8, with Benji Batten (Melbourne TFC) into 9th place, after the Perth International Open.
Eliot Kennedy (Northern Falcons) clings on to 10th place, with Raffaele Lombardi (Sydney TFC) dropping to 11th.
Singapore’s Vikas Chandiramani (Jurong) jumped to 16th place, while Irwan Iskandar (Jurong) leapt 20 places to 28th.
Hugh Best (Perth) moved up 7 places to 29th, while Tony Credentino (Sydney TFC) rocketed 30 places to 46th.
Alan Kimber (Perth) made an impressive debut, entering the rankings at 51, while his clubmates Chris Thorn jumped 29 places to 56, and Ross McNulty moved to 67 and John Harty entered at 73.
FISTF Rankings July 2017 movement – ASIA Open