Sunday, 17 June 2018

North West University (Vaal) dominates South Africa's Morabaraba rankings.

Siyabonga Mogale - leading the pack.
With MSSA's 15th Free State Provincial Championships only days away, Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has just released the official national ranking for the game of Morabaraba.
The current rankings to be used at MSSA's 15th Free State Provincial Championships take into account all the provincial championships played to date in 2018 such as the Gauteng, North West, and Mpumalanga Provincial Championships.

Such championships count towards qualifying for MSSA's 2019 National Team Trials.

The game of 
Morabaraba is now totally dominated by North West University (Vaal) with Siyabonga Mogale, Sebolelo Motlhabi and Joseph Matlong capturing the top three places in the rankings.

The game of 
Morabaraba remains one of the most popular recreational game in South Africa with an enormous 40% of the population playing the game on a recreational level.

There is no doubt that the game is ancient in terms of its origin, educational in purpose with a very strong mathematical base, but most of all is FUN TO PLAY.

The rankings for the Morabaraba esports title are as follows:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Siyabonga Mogale18North West University – Vaal430.6
2Sebolelo Motlhabi18North West University – Vaal245.8
3Joseph Matlong18North West University – Vaal225
4Kamohlelo Tladi18Fakkel School of Skills218
5Jarren Smith18JCS Academy175.1
6Saudah Bhaimia18Curro Klerksdorp157.7
7Cobus van der Wath17Fakkel School of Skills136.5
8Mutehuthu Miswelem17JCS Academy131.4
9Junior Mpembe18Fakkel School of Skills129.8
10Johannes Makau16All Stars125.2
11Thandi Ngoveni17THS Tom Naude125.2
12Gideon Jannasch16Fakkel School of Skills125.2
13Mussie Cabreab17Northwood High School125.2
14Johnre Duvenhage17THS Tom Naude125.2
15Paula Loftus17Masters of Mind Sports125.2
16Bradley Duckham17Maritzburg College125.2
17Hendrich Roets17THS Tom Naude125.2
18Tshepo Matitcerane17Fakkel School of Skills125.2
19Komahelo Molaetsa17Fakkel School of Skills125.2
20Damian Pinn17THS Tom Naude125.2
21Dondo Mukhithi18Curro Klerksdorp124.6
22Nombulelo Gavin16Fakkel School123.3
23Korben Roos17HTS Witbank122.5
24Kaitlin Madramoothu18Curro Klerksdorp119.6
25Lefa Lekhula18Fakkel School of Skills115.2
26Mukhathutshelo Masle17Masters of Mind Sports114.2
27Khanyisa Sibanda18JCS Academy109.2
28Anne-Lee Steyn17JCS Academy108.4
29Natelene Burger17JCS Academy105.5
30Sam Kotsoane18Fakkel School of Skills105
31Boyi Mantso18Fakkel SOS98.7
32Neo Mokoena18Fakkel School of Skills98.3
33Bruce Burke17JCS Academy97.5
34Xavier Ferreira17JCS Academy94.1
35Mukha Masheleni16Masters of Mind Sports92.5
36Michelle Mensah17THS Tom Naude90.2
37Simoné Otto17THS Tom Naude89.8
38Khanyisa Sibanda17Fakkel School of Skills87.9
39Khuthutshelo Masheleni16Masters of Mind Sports85
40Dion Du Preez17All Stars85
41Joel van Wyk17All Stars69.4

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:

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