Thursday, 21 March 2019

Thomas Johnson heads both the senior and high school rankings for the HearthStone esports title.

Thomas Johnson (Northcliff High School) heads both the senior and high school rankings for the HearthStone esports title.
With MSSA's Western Cape Championships going to be held at Curro Durbanville on 23 March 2019, MSSA is releasing all the rankings that shall be used at such provincial championships.

It is no surprise that with Thomas Johnson's stellar performance at MSSA's recent Gauteng Championships that he dominates both the senior and high school rankings.

The current rankings for the HearthStone esports title for High Schools is as follows:



PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Thomas Johnson19Northcliff High School143.3
2Mark Thomas19Northcliff High School111.1
3Orlando Crossling19Northcliff High School110.6
4Cyrus Huang19Northcliff High School110
5Grey Craven19Curro Aurora109.1
6Matthias Dhont18Paul Roos Gimnasium108.8
7Geoffrey Tarbuck18Grey High School108.8
8Jason Mostert18Grey High School108.8
9Junior Moor18Empangeni High School108.8
10Cleveland Crossling18Northcliff High School108.8
11Reagan Marthinus18Paul Roos Gimnasium108.8
12Janke Janse van Vuuren18Paul Roos Gimnasium108.8
13Aaron Mulligan17Maritzburg College104.5
14Kelvin Yang17Northcliff High School104.5
15Alexander Westley17Maritzburg College104.5
16Ethan Bulford18Northcliff High School103.5
17Dylan Hanger17Northcliff High School104
18Kyle Voster19Curro Aurora95
19Lloyd Little17Maritzburg College90.3
20Kit Rawlings17Northcliff High School90.3
21Kevin Plint18Northcliff High School85.8

Rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:
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Northcliff High School heads another national ranking.

Thomas Johnson (Northcliff High School) 
Without any notice Thomas Johnson (Northcliff High School) stormed out of the shadows to win MSSA's Gauteng Provincial Championships, earn Gauteng Provincial Colours, and shoot to the top of the national rankings.

Thus Thomas has dislodged SA National Champion, Linda Swanepoel, of the prestigious position.

It is not surprising that Northcliff High School should provide new talent. The school has, in the past, produced two Protea players (Robert Botha, and Ian Pillay), and with having the second oldest school esports programme in South Africa, continues to lead the way.

The current rankings for the HearthStone esports title is as follows:



PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Thomas Johnson19Northcliff High School142.4
2Linda Swanepoel18Fakkel School of Skills125
3Mark Thomas19Northcliff High School110.9
4Gawie Fick18Fakkel School of Skills109.8
5Grey Craven19Curro Aurora109.3
6Orlando Crossling19Northcliff High School107.1
7Cobus van der Wath18Fakkel School of Skills105
8Kaira Gabrielle Pinard18Valhalla105
9Wesley Smith18eThekwini Regional105
10Beon Bronkhorst17JCS Academy105
11Zoë Ayerst18eThekwini Regional105
12Pieter Lourens17HGH Witbank105
13Wynand Meiring17BNKR105
14Aaron Mulligan17Maritzburg College105
15JC Smidt18Parys High School105
16Adele Janse Van Rensburg17GenerationX105
17Devan Conradie18eThekwini Regional105
18JP Cosmo18Parys High School105
19Cyrus Huang19Northcliff High School105
20George Griffiths17HTS Witbank104.5
21Durandt van Dyk17JCS Academy104.5
22Alexander Westley17Maritzburg College104.5
23Edgar Barnes17BNKR104.5
24Dylin Nieuwoudt18eThekwini Regional104.5
25Junior Moor18Empangeni High School100
26Kean de Almeida18Northcliff High School99.7
27Kevin Plint18Northcliff High School95.2
28Eugene Pieterse17Generation X95
29Arend Roux18Parys High School95
30Durandt Lampregt18JCS Academy95
31Kyle Voster19Curro Aurora95
32James Griffiths17HTS Witbank90.3
33Lloyd Little17Maritzburg College90.3
34Steven van der Schyff18eThekwini Regional90.3

Rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:
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