The Singapore national youth bowler scored 1,691 in the second block to add to his 1,844 in the first block for a total of 3,535. Aaron Chin of Malaysia maintained his second place with 3,493 while third place went to local Li Jung Xiong of China on 3,458. Chinese Taipei's Cheng Chao Yu and Hong Kong's Frankie Chueng both improved their positions to fourth and fifth with 3,431 and 3,413 respectively while Singapore's Lenny Lim finished sixth with 3,372 alongside teammate, Mervyn Foo in seventh with 3,310.
In the women's division, China took the four top spots with Huang Li Qin maintaining her lead comfortably with 3,415 followed by Song Yan on 3,191 in second. Yang Zhan Fei finished third with 3,145 while Liang Li Ying took fourth spot with 3,137. Hong Kong's Fleda Lau was placed fifth with 3,113 while another Chinese Liao Pei Shan came in sixth with 3,105. With major absentees from the other Asian countries, who are busy preparing for the Asian Games, the field was mostly dominated by newcomers from China.