|Nadine Swart at MSSA's recent 2017 Mpumulanga Championships.|
Not only were there more female entrants to the Tekken fame title than in any other championship in South Africa, but, such competitors showed that their standard of play had improved in leaps and bounds.
South Africa now has now got 13 female Tekken players officially ranked.
All four of the top players come from various clubs based in Witbank. Which is testament to Morizane Boyes commitment to growing and developing esports among women.
|Pos||Name of Player||year||Club||Points|
|1||Nadine Swart||17||HTS Witbank||196.8|
|2||Sune van de Merwe||17||HTS Witbank||161.6|
|3||Doreen Els||17||Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club||157.4|
|5||Kaitlyn Creighton||17||Master of Mind Sports||124.6|
|6||Robyn Gertzen||17||Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club||114.8|
|7||Amanda Kumalo||16||Fakkel School||113.5|
|8||Andrea Bosch||15||Fairmont High School||110|
|9||Angelique Taljaard||17||Fakkel School||100|
|10||Leoné Loftus||17||Fakkel School||97.5|
|13||Elize Crouse||15||Fairmont High School||95|