Asian rankings: Thomas tops the list, Singapore still dominates.

Peter Thomas (Melbourne TFC) claimed Asia’s top position after his Australian Grand Prix victory, edging ahead of Singapore’s Rudy Hesty (Jurong Central), with Den Mulia (Singapore Lions) remaining in third position.
Eliot Kennedy (Northern Falcons) was the biggest mover in the top 10, moving from 15th to 4th place.
Singapore maintained its place at the top of the nations’ standings, with six players in the top 10, and 8 in the top 20.
Australia had 6 players in the top 20, Japan 5 and Hong Kong 1.
Players from six Asian countries were represented:
Singapore, Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Israel and Hong Kong.
Full rankings, comparing World and Asian, with movements compared to positions in December 2016:
FISTF Rankings Feb 2017 – ASIA

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