In the Ladies' division, the tussle for the lead in the early stages was amongst Shin In Choi, Choi Hyeon Ji and Lee Hyeon Gyung in the first two games. Putty Armein of Indonesia grabbed the lead after the third game, 14 pins ahead of a fourth Korean, Min Hyeon Ji.
Armein held the lead for another game but with team-mates, Tannya Roumimper and Sharon Limansantoso close on her heels. Limansantoso ended the strongest with 220 to clinch pole with 1022.
Lee Hyeon Gyung fired a big game of 256 to tie second spot with Min on a total of 1021, just 1 pin behind the Indonesian. Roumimper and Armein rounded out the top five with 1008 and 1006 respectively.
Esther Cheah, Siti Safiyah and Shalin Zulkifli all of Malaysia, remained in the top three positions in the Ladies' Open overall standings after three squads. Limansantoso only managed yo take up 11th overall.