Full name: Meaghan Rattle
VGC player career
Debut: 2015-2016 season
Worlds qualifications: x2 (2016 and 2019)
Best Result: 2022 Pokémon WCS TOP 8
Pokémon: Arcanine and Charmeleon
Meaghan Rattle is an Australian player. Her VGC accomplishments started in 2016 when she made Day 2 in her first worlds appearance. The following two years Meaghan did not travel to events during 2017 and 2018 (with the exception of Sydney where she obtained a 28th place) so she could only attended locals and the Oceania International Championship. The next season though she made incredible performances in the three formats. In Sun Series, Meaghan finished TOP 16 in the Brisbane Regionals. Then in Moon Series she placed 9th in the OCIC and managed to obtain her first Championship in Perth. In Ultra Series, she secured her paid trip (the only female in the world in 2019) with her 1st place in New Zealand Special Event. Months later in Washington DC WCS, Meaghan could make it into Top Cut and quarterfinals losing against James Baek.
The following season, she would get her third invite to the biggest tournament of the year. After the pandemic era, Meaghan got a Top 16 in Melbourne and a second place in Brisbane. As a result, she finished 3rd in Oceania’s leaderboard which would allow her to qualify for D2.
As someone once said, “history repeats itself” London was a repetition of what happened 3 years before. Meaghan could reach (for her second consecutive time) a WCS quarterfinals, and once again, lost against James Baek (who would also repeat his result of the previous season).
|Pokémon WCS 2016||Master||Day 2|
|Pokémon WCS 2019||Master||TOP 8|
|Pokémon WCS 2022||Master||TOP 8|
|Oceania International VGC 2018||Master||TOP 32|
|Oceania International VGC 2019||Master||TOP 16|
|North America International VGC 2019||Master||TOP 64|
Nationals, Regional Championships & Special Events
|Brisbane Regional 2018||Master||TOP 16|
|New Zealand Special Event 2019||Master||Champion|
|Perth Regional 2019||Master||Champion|
|Brisbane Regional 2022||Master||Runner-up|
|Melbourne Regional 2022||Master||TOP 16|