Meanwhile in the Ladies' Graded division, Macau's Alex Foo took the crown with 1538 after taking over the lead from the third game onwards. Qin Xiu Li of China, who set the early pace, finished second with 1525.
Thailand's Ramita Sarntong and Sariya Chongvarin took third and fourth spots with 1493 and 1478 respectively while Vietnam's Ha Dieu Huong completed the top 5 with 1454. Foo earned 40,000 Thai baht (approx. US$1,250) as champion.
Qin and Ramita settled for 20,000 and 10,000 baht for finishing first and second runners-up. Prizes were awarded up to seventh position. Thai Tenpin Bowling Association committee members gave away the prizes to the winners.
Senior and Men's Grade A Masters finals will be staged later today. The qualifying rounds divided into three squads, consist of three blocks of five games each totaling 15 games will be contested over the next three days with the finals scheduled for April 15.