Puteri Nurul, who was third in the first block with 1623, won all the eight matches in the second block for a total of 3395 to advance to the stepladder finals as topseed. Liew, who was seventh overnight, leapfrog to second with six wins and a total of 3341.
Nur Amirah Ng of Singapore B team dropped from second in the first block to seventh managing only two wins and a draw in the second block. Triple gold medallist, Gillian Lim of Malaysia A finished sixth behind Chloe Jones of Australia in fourth.
Malaysia A girls won 5 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze medal to earn the Girl's team champion title. Australia took home 2 silver medals while Singapore A settled for 1 silver and 4 bronze medals.
Malaysia A also emerged as overall champion with a total medal haul of 6-6-2. Hong Kong A finished second with 2-1-1, Australia third with 1-2-0, Indonesia fourth with 1-0-0, Singapore fifth with 0-1-5 and India sixth with 0-0-1.
63 boys and 28 girls from a total of 10 Asian countries participated at this year's Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships co-hosted by Amatuer Bowling Association of Sarawak and the Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Kuching, Sarawak.
Hong Kong, Singapore leads first block
Indonesia, Malaysia A crowned Team champions
Malaysia wins Doubles gold and silver
Aussie pair bags Doubles gold
Hong Kong national wins Singles gold
Malaysia off to a great start
Asian School returns to Malaysia