Friday, 16 February 2018

Matthias Dhont (Paul Roos Gimnasium) takes pole position.

Good players often come from clubs with strong learning cultures.
The results of MSSA's 8th Online Inter-School Championships shook the tree and have produced new rankings for the HearthStone esports title.

The dominant position is now held by Matthias Dhont (Paul Roos Gimnasium), but has two learners from Grey High School (Geoffrey Tarbuck and Jason Mostert) yapping at his heels. 

Being the top ranked player does  not make life easier, on the contrary, it makes championships harder, but, as my father would say, it is all good for the character.

It will be interesting to see if Matthias can hold onto the number one spot as the year goes on.

The full rankings for the HearthStone esports title are:



PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Matthias Dhont18Paul Roos Gimnasium156.8
2Geoffrey Tarbuck18Grey High School140.6
3Jason Mostert18Grey High School137
4Cleveland Crossling18Northcliff High School120.1
5Moor Junior18Empangeni High School115.9
6Janke Janse van Vuuren18Paul Roos Gimnasium109.2
7Orlando Crossling18Northcliff High School108.8
8Reagan Marthinus18Paul Roos Gimnasium107.8
9Aaron Mulligan17Maritzburg College104.5
10Kelvin Yang17PR0NHS104.5
11Alexander Westley17Maritzburg College104.5
12Dylan Hanger17PR0NHS104
13Ethan Bulford18Northcliff High School103.5
14Lloyd Little17Maritzburg College90.3
15Kit Rawlings17PR0NHS90.3
16Kevin Plint18Northcliff High School85.8

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