Chinese Taipei finished third with 4018 while Japan's Yuri Sato, Megumia Kitamura, Hikaru Takekawa, Mirai Ishimoto, Futaba Imai and Misaki Mukotani, who had a poor start, stormed home to snatch fourth position with 3917. Philippines, who finished fifth and just one pin behind the Japanese, edged Indonesia by 30 pins.
After 9 games contested, 6 from the Trios and 3 in the first block, Trios gold medallist, Syaidatul Afifah of Malaysia remained in the lead of the All-Events standings with a total of 2181. Chou CHia-Chen of Chinese Taipei was second with 2128 and a second Malaysian, Natasha Roslan moving up to third with 2109.
The top 16 with the highest pinfalls after the second event of the Team of Six is completed will qualify for the Masters Finals. However, only two per NOC are eligible to qualify for the Masters Finals which is scheduled for August 26 and 27.
The women will resume with their second block of 3 games over the medium oil conditions. The top 3 finishers will be awarded medals. The Men's Team of 6 will be held tomorrow, again over two blocks of 3 games each.