Latest National Rankings for January released

by Bowls Australia

New South Wales’ Corey Wedlock and Genevieve Delves remain the top-ranked Australian male and female bowlers respectively following the first month of the 2020 calendar year.

The National Rankings System operates on a yearly rolling-points system, where all points accrued are retained for a 12-month period and are then discounted.

The rankings year concludes at the completion of the Australian Open (June), with the number one ranked male and female players earning the titles of Male and Female Bowlers of the Year and $3,000 prize purses each.

Players can accrue ranking points from all national events, State Championships, State Champion of Champion and selected club events.

Top-ranked players by state (Men):

ACT: Robert Craven (overall ranking – 18)
NSW: Corey Wedlock (overall ranking – 1)
NT: Trystan Smallacombe (overall ranking – 78)
QLD: Aron Sherriff (overall ranking – 2)
SA: Kane Coulls (overall ranking – 52)
TAS: Joshua Appleyard (overall ranking – 35)
VIC: Lee Scrhaner (overall ranking – 15)
WA: Cody Packer (overall ranking – 16)
Overseas (CAN): Ryan Bester (overall ranking – 5)

Top-ranked players by state (Women):

ACT: Lois Waters (overall ranking – 43)
NSW: Genevieve Delves (overall ranking – 1)
NT: Colleen Orr (overall ranking – 11)
QLD: Chloe Stewart (overall ranking – 2)
SA: Patria McGrath (overall ranking – 59)
TAS: Lyn Triffitt (overall ranking – 8)
VIC: Tiffany Brodie (overall ranking – 5)
WA: Kristina Krstic (overall ranking – 6)
Overseas (CAN): Kelly McKerihen (overall ranking – 14)

Overall Player Rankings (Men):

1: Corey Wedlock (NSW): 419 pts
2: Aron Sherriff (QLD): 357
3: Peter Taylor (NSW – Zone 1): 347
4: Kurt Brown (QLD): 331
5: Ryan Bester (OS CAN): 327

Overall Player Rankings (Women):

1: Genevieve Delves (NSW): 388 pts
2: Chloe Stewart (QLD): 298
3: Natasha Scott (NSW): 294
4: Dawn Hayman (NSW): 291
5: Tiffany Brodie (VIC): 200