Brisbane Bisharps February Tournament: Teams and Usage Stats

February 14th was a great day for lovers of Pokémon in Brisbane, as the Brisbane Bisharps ran their second VGC event for the calendar year. A bigger turnout compared to January allowed two age brackets to be run; 16 Masters and 8 Juniors/Seniors turned up for the event.

Junior/Senior Top Cut Teams

Here is the breakdown for the top cut for the Juniors/Seniors bracket with their usage breakdown.

1 Jarrod Bennett

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2 Tom Wang

landorus-therianhydreigonmawile-megamiloticthundurustalonflame

3 Tom Perkin

kangaskhan-megatalonflamebisharpgengarsuicuneserperior

4 Matt Burris (ZzamanN)

kangaskhan-megalandorus-theriangengarheatranzapdosludicolo

Master Division Top Cut Teams

This is the top cut teams for the Masters division, as well as the usage stats.

1:  Phil Nguyen (Boomguy)

bisharpkangaskhan-megablazikenlandorus-therianthunduruslatios-mega

2: Dan Kendall

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3: Mustafaa Olomi (mustytkd)

suicunebisharphelioliskthunduruscharizard-megaymienshao

4: Daniel Yow (DolphinSquared)

kangaskhan-megabisharpcresseliaterrakionraichusuicune

Mathew Trapp

metagrosskecleonrotom-washstaraptoraegislashterrakion

Luke Young

talonflamenoiverngarchompklefkicharizard-megaytrevenant

Luke Milligan (MrPidgey)

volcaronaweavilelandorus-therianthunduruskangaskhan-megasylveon

Luke Brown (OmegaKnight)

kangaskhan-megasalamencesylveonamoongussheatranzapdos

Master Division Usage Stats

Thundurus – 6
Bisharp – 4
Kangaskhan – 4
Aegislash – 3
Charizard – 3
Heatran – 3
Sylveon – 3
Talonflame – 3
Togekiss – 3
Amoonguss – 2
Arcanine – 2
Cresselia – 2
Greninja – 2
Heliolisk – 2
Landorus-T – 2
Mawile – 2
Milotic – 2
Raichu – 2
Rotom-W – 2
Sableye – 2
Salamence – 2
Suicune – 2
Terrakion – 2
Trevenant – 2
Venusaur – 2
Azumarill – 1
Blaziken – 1
Chandelure – 1
Clawitzer – 1
Conkeldurr – 1
Crawdaunt – 1
Diggersby – 1
Excadrill – 1
Garchomp – 1
Gardevoir – 1
Gastrodon – 1
Gengar – 1
Gliscor – 1
Gothitelle – 1
Kecleon – 1
Klefki – 1
Latios – 1
Ludicolo – 1
Mamoswine – 1
Metagross – 1
Mienshao – 1
Noivern – 1
Pelipper – 1
Porygon2 – 1
Roserade – 1
Rotom-M – 1
Sceptile – 1
Staraptor – 1
Tyranitar – 1
Volcarona – 1
Weavile – 1
Zapdos – 1

Compared to January’s numbers and teams, February is a lot more standard compared to the metagame. There are still some odd choices as is common for the Brisbane metagame (There’s a Pelipper!) but this may be a sign of the global meta having a stronger reflection on the overall usage in the area. With Premier Challenges potentially just around the corner, this may be a sign that Brisbane, and potentially Australia in general, are focused on being a strong competitive force this year.

Time will tell.

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