Former Australian representatives surging up National Rankings

Former Australian representatives surging up National Rankings

The National Rankings have been released for the month of February and whilst our current Australian stars are topping the list, it’s our former Australian representatives making the biggest move in the race to be crowned Australian Bowler of the Year. 

Australian Open Singles Champion Aron Sherriff sits 89.2 points ahead of Tasmania’s Lee Schraner who continues to claim victories on the Apple Isle. 

With no women’s ranking events taking place in February Australian Jackaroo Carla Krizanic holds onto top spot for another month ahead of Raymond Terraces Natasha Scott closely following. 

Fellow Victorian Matt Flapper, a former Australian Representative is the big mover in the Men’s rankings, jumping from 13th to 3rd after skipping his rink to victory in the Ocean Grove R.T. Edgar Classic Fours.

Western Australian Shane Knott moves over the 100 point barrier to 108.4 points after winning the Double View Master Pairs with Cody Packer.

However, former Australian Representative and Crown Perth Suns star Pieter Harris retains the top WA spot courtesy of his semi-final points in the same event taking him to 126.2.

March and April will be busy months with plenty of ranking events on offer and a host of State Championships kicking off around the country. 

With just 88 days until the Australian Open, now is a great time to start building your rankings points ahead of the final event on the 2016-17 rankings calendar year. 

To find an upcoming tournament near you, click here. 

Here is a snap shot of the current standings. 

Men’s top 10 

Aron Sherriff

 

NSW

Lee Schraner

 

TAS

Matthew Flapper

 

VIC

Chris Herden

 

NSW

Jono Davis

 

NSW

Aaron Wilson

 

VIC

Jeremy Henry

 

NSW

Ryan Bester

 

QLD/CAN

Steven Dennis

 

SA

Scott Thulborn

 

SA

To view the full list of men’s rankings click here. 

Women’s top 10

Carla Krizanic

 

VIC

Natasha Scott

 

NSW

Kelly McKerihen

 

VIC/CAN

Ester Regan

 

QLD

Rebecca Van Asch

 

TAS

Cassandra Millerick

 

QLD

Chloe Stewart

 

QLD

Dee-Anne Robertson

 

QLD

Anne Johns

 

NSW

Lynsey Clarke

 

QLD

To view the full list of women’s rankings click here.

Caption- Former Australian representative’s big movers in the National Rankings, (pictured Lee Schraner TAS). 

March 13, 2017 / by / in

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