Cheng also ended strongly with 246 to seal second spot with 1803 while Mohammad Hafiz Zainuddin of Malaysia stormed home with two massive games of 279 and 268 to snatch third position with 1793. India's Dhruv Sarda and Enzo Hernandez of Philippines completed the top five with 1745 and 1731 respectively.
2019 PBF Philippine Open Youth Open champion, Jordan Dinham of Philippins made next stage in 18th position with 1621. Defending champion, Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong missed the cut by 7 pins finishing in a disappointing 19th position.
Meanwhile, 2019 Asian Youth Championships Team gold medallist, Charmaine Chang led a Singapore clean sweep of the top three positions winning the Stage 1 finals with 1863. Defending champion, Yanee Saebe of Thailand led in the first two games before Chang rolled 255 and 244 in the second and third games to take over the lead.
The Singaporean never look back since then adding 204, 224, 258, 238 and 248 for a well-deserved victory. Team-mate, Iliya Syamim, who trailed the leader since game four, settled for second position with 1738, 125 pins adrift.