All the major ranking systems have had their data updated recently.
AUSTRALIAN SUBBUTEO PLAYERS’ POWER RANKINGS
Our own, bespoke ranking system, created by Richard Wilson, which takes into account head-to-head results between any two Australian players in any competitive match. Points are moderated by the relative strength of each opponent. These rankings do include results from the recent Australian Grand Prix.
The points from the top four players in each club are combined then divided by four.
Peter Thomas is the big mover following his undefeated weekend at the Australian Grand Prix. AGP Runner-up, Eliot Kennedy, maintains his place as number one.
The Federation of International Sports Table Football rankings take into account placings in all FISTF tournaments across the previous 24 months. This month’s rankings do not include the recent Australian Grand Prix, whose results will be seen in next month’s rankings.
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The World Amateur Subbuteo Players’ Association rankings take into account all placings in all WASPA tournaments across the previous 24 months. The biggest mover this month was Robert Green, back in the country for a few weeks and to complete in the Australian Grand Prix, he picked up some great results in some warm up tournaments.
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The World Amateur Subbuteo Players Association have released their World Rankings for June 2022. There’s been plenty of movement for Australian players. The biggest mover has been Brisbane Succuteo Club’s Peter Benholm, up 11 places in the Australian rankings and a huge 155 world ranking places. Special mention also to Eliot Kennedy (Northern Falcons TFC) who maintains his No. 1 Australian rank and No.4 world rank; Fabrizio Coco (Sydney TFC) and Adrian Grunbach (Northern Falcons TFC) who made significant climbs on the back of their respective 1st and 2nd placings in the recent AGFA Cup; and Arjuna Hanafi (Melbourne TFC) who climbed 67 world placings and 7 Australian placings.
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The latest WASPA rankings are in and Western Flickers’ Benny Ng heads up the list of Australian players, while also holding an impressive Number 5 ranking world wide. There is daylight between he and the next placed Fabrizio Coco of Sydney TFC. An impressive 126 players fill up the Australian list.
In the 2017/18 season rankings, based on results since September 1, 2017, Benny goes even better, ranked Number 1 in the world which, obviously, easily ranks him as Number 1 in Australia, with more than double the points of his nearest rival, Adrian Elmer of Subbuteo Parramatta. 78 Australian players have competed in WASPA tournaments this season.
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