Jeremy Eaterbrook remains on top of the Canadian ranking while Pat Jr Laplante continued his climb by reaching the no. 2 spot. Morgan Latremouille from BC is up at no. 7 following his surprising win on Eaterbrook in Victoria. If you look at the standings, it seems obvious that among the best players, the more tourneys you play the better your chances of being rated high are. A proposal to limit the number of eligible tournaments to 5 per year/player is being studied right now. If passed, this proposal would help players from provinces where less tournaments are being organized. Your president Dany Lessard is the current #1 in over 45 years old. On the women’s side, Line Bellerose is still at number one. Allison Marr is back at no. 4 after her win in Victoria. It seems that Line and Chantal Castonguay are the only two female players playing more than two tourneys a year. Will Kathy Carter or newcomer Annie-Pier Audet catch up? Both are still unbeaten against female opponents. Français: Jeremy Eaterbrook est toujours no 1 mais Pat jr Laplante se rapproche. Alors que chez les femmes, Line Bellerose maintien sa position grâce à des participations régulières aux tournois et que Annie-Pier Audet se pointe maintenant parmi les 10 premières, chez les hommes l’ascension de Pat Laplante et Morgan Latremouille doit faire trembler Easterbrook. Il y a aussi Francis Soucy qui, depuis qu’il s’est mis au squash, représente un joueur à surveiller. À noter aussi que Dany Lessard, notre président, se pointe en première place chez les 45 ans et plus.