Meanwhile, Singapore girls also stamped their mark by winning the opening squad when Lu Yi Quek and Singles bronze medallist, Arianne Tay of Singapore Team B totaled 2343. Australia Team A of Jamie Phelan and Grace Fahy, who made the early running and was tussling with Singapore throughout the squad, settled for second with 2314.
Singapore Team A's Fiona Yew and Arielle Tay finished third with 2290. Japan's Erina Ishimoto and Saki Tachibana took fourth position with 2249 while host, Liu Pei Xsuan and Yang Shih Yu of Chinese Taipei A completed the top 5 with 2210.
The second doubles squad for both the boys and girls will take to the lanes after the break. The top 3 pairs with the highest pinfalls will be awarded the medals. Competition will shift to the Team event bowled over two blocks of 3 games each on October 4 and 5.
The top 3 teams with the highest total pinfalls will be awarded the medals. The top 16 boys and top 16 girls in their respective All Events standings based on the 18 games contested in the three events will qualify for the Round-Robin Matchplay Masters finals to be staged on October 7 and 8.