Meanwhile, Singapore girls took the top six positions out of twelve finalists in the Youth Girls finals. Second runner-up in the Ladies' Open division, Jermaine Seah set the early pace but shared the lead with Iliya Syamin after the second game.
Syamin took over the lead after the third game and kept the lead for the next three games before Seah snatched the lead with a stunning 268 in the seventh game. The leader then ended the finals with another splendid 255 to seal victory with 1680.
Syamin, who also finished first runner-up in the Ladies' Open division, again had to settle for the first runner-up spot again with 1606, 74 pins away. 2016 World Youth Masters silver medallist, Amabel Chua stormed home to clinch third position with 1559. Charlene Lim, Fiona Yew and Jenae Wee finished fourth to sixth positions with 1502, 1462 and 1409 respectively for Singapore.