Anas Rahamat maintains his lead in Asian Rankings

Anas Rahamat (SGP) has maintained his #1 ranking in Asia as we move into the final weeks of 2017, while Cedric Garnier (JPN) has edged into second place in the latest FISTF rankings.
The next events will hold great importance as final rankings before the Asian Cup determine group seeding in late January.
There was not much movement at the top of the table, with Singapore claiming 9 of the top 20, Australia 8, Japan 2 and Hong Kong 1.
Most movement happened inside the top 50, with Northern Phoenix’s Paul Mercer moving up 10 places, and Melboourne TFC’s Luke Radziminski rocketing up 18.
Western Flickers’ Adrian Connolly was the biggest mover, leaping 37 places to 69th, closely followed by clubmate Arjuna Hanafi who moved 22 places.
With two new players in the ranking, there are now 135 players in Asia in the FISTF rankings.
In the other rankings, it was pretty much the same as last rankings, which could lead to some intriguing groups in the Teams event in Melbourne.

Latest rankings for Asian players.

FISTF Ranking main Aug Open 2017

FISTF Rankings Nov 2017 movement – LadiesASIA

FISTF Rankings Nov 2017 movement – TeamsASIA

FISTF Rankings Nov 2017 movement – U19ASIA

FISTF Rankings Nov 2017 movement – U15ASIA

FISTF Rankings Nov 2017 movement – U12ASIA

FISTF Rankings Nov 2017 movement – Vets ASIA

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