Tuesday 26 December 2017

National rankings for Morabaraba.

Free State's Jarren Smith (JCS Academy)
The wonderful thing about any mind sports is that it is not age related. Thus it is always most gratifying when youth triumphs over age, and when enthusiasm demolishes experience.

So it is that young Jarren Smith (JCS Academy) finds himself as the number one ranked player in South Africa for the game of Morabaraba.

Morabaraba is a fast paced game that is based on linear mathematics. The game too is enormously popular throughout South Africa and is played in most South African households.

South Africa has produced no less than seven world champions, and Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) intends to maintain its high standards.

The full rankings for the game of morabaraba are:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Jarren Smith17JCS Academy166.5
2Cobus van der Wath17Fakkel School136.5
3Mutehuthu Miswelem17JCS Academy131.4
4Johannes Makau16All Stars125.2
5Thandi Ngoveni17THS Tom Naude125.2
6Gideon Jannasch16Fakkel School125.2
7Mussie Cabreab17Northwood High School125.2
8Johnre Duvenhage17THS Tom Naude125.2
9Paula Loftus17Masters of Mind Sports125.2
10Kamohlelo Tladi16Fakkel School125.2
11Bradley Duckham17Maritzburg College125.2
12Hendrich Roets17THS Tom Naude125.2
13Tshepo Matitcerane17Fakkel School125.2
14Komahelo Molaetsa17Fakkel School125.2
15Damian Pinn17THS Tom Naude125.2
16Nombulelo Gavin16Fakkel School123.3
17Korben Roos17HTS Witbank122.5
18Anne-Lee Steyn17JCS Academy119.9
19Mukhathutshelo Masle17Masters of Mind Sports114.2
20Natelene Burger17JCS Academy105.5
21Bruce Burke17JCS Academy97.5
22Xavier Ferreira17JCS Academy94.1
23Mukha Masheleni16Masters of Mind Sports92.5
24Michelle Mensah17THS Tom Naude90.2
25Simoné Otto17THS Tom Naude89.8
26Khanyisa Sibanda17Fakkel School87.9
27Khuthutshelo Masheleni16Masters of Mind Sports85
28Dion Du Preez17All Stars85
29Joel van Wyk17All Stars69.4

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:

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