Anas tops the year as the Asian Cup approaches!

Singapore’s Anas Rahamat capped a fantastic 2017 by ending the year as Asia’s No.1 player, edging Jurong clubmate Rudy Hesty into second place.

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Anas rose a remarkable 11 places since last December, though at the top of the table his performance was outshone by Sydney TFC’s Fabrizio Coco who has moved 30 places over the course of the year.
The world and Asian rankings mean the following players will be the likely seeds at the Asian Cup in Melbourne, assuming 48 players:
1 Anas RAHAMAT Jurong Central SC
2 Rudy Hesty ROSLAN Jurong Central SC
3 Bernard LIM Singapore Lions SC
4 Peter THOMAS Melbourne TFC
5 Fabrizio COCO Sydney TFC
6 Benji BATTEN Melbourne TFC
7 Den Mulia YUSNI Singapore Lions SC
8 Antonio CARABILLO Dragons Hong Kong
9 Raffaele LOMBARDI Sydney TFC
10 Eliot KENNEDY Northern Falcons TFC
11 Vikas K CHANDIRAMANI Jurong Central SC
12 Kenzo KOI Yokohama OSC

If we reach the target of 50 players, then Robert Green will edge into 13th seed.
There are 133 Asian players in the world rankings, the same as last December. A total of 26 players dropped out of the rankings, but we gained 26 new players. Our collective aim is to entice those dropouts back into action!!!

Jurong Central finished the year as No1 in the team’s category, pipping Singapore Lions who had dominated the season.
It will be a huge teams event in Melbourne, with Jurong and Lions bringing their top teams, but Melbourne and Western Flickers, along with Sydney TC and Northern Falcons having extremely competitive outfits.

Full rankings are listed here.

FISTF Rankings Dec 2017 movement – Open ASIA

FISTF Rankings Dec 2017 movement – Ladies ASIA

FISTF Rankings Dec 2017 movement – U12 ASIA

FISTF Rankings Dec 2017 movement – U15 ASIA

FISTF Rankings Dec 2017 movement – u19 ASIA

FISTF Rankings Dec 2017 movement – Vets ASIA

FISTF Rankings Dec 2017 movement – Teams ASIA

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