Will Ellison remains at the top of the new Singles and Doubles rankings, but after Dan Tristao’s win in London, the gap at the top of the Singles is very much smaller. Ed Kay (semi-finalist in both the South East and London) moves up two places to occupy no. 4 position. Elsewhere in the top 10 Richie Murby moves up to no. 8, whilst Julian Aquilina moves up 5 place to no. 12. Further down the list we have 5 new entries. Giles Munn (Plate winner in the South East) is the highest entry at no. 29, and Alan Bowden (Plate winner in London) is in at no. 38. Morgane Spillane, Ben Chua and James Smith complete the new entries in the Singles list.
In the Doubles, the top 10 remain unchanged. Ed Hatton moves into the top 20 at no. 16 following his win with Andy Pringle in the South East, whilst Andy moves up to no. 23. Nick Geere is also a high mover (at no. 35) following his appearance with Ben Beltrami in the final of the South East. We have 3 new entries including Louise Mathias, our third ever female to appear in the rankings. Louise partnered Will Ellison to win the South East Plate and enters at no. 85. South East semi-finalists Tony Hamilton and Laurence Cook also enter the Doubles rankings at no. 69.
To see the full official rankings, just click on the link below.
Official RFA rankings (opens in separate window).
The official RFA rankings are prepared by Dave Hebden.