Kuwait's Moustafa Mousawi and Ali Qallaf of Kuwait took the silver medal with 2789 while Qatar's Hashim Ibrahim and Abdurrahman Al-Jdiddh settled for the bronze medal with 2748. Ahmed Abdulla also shot the tournament's third perfect game but finished seventh with Singles gold medalist, Mohanned Ebrahim.
Kuwaiti youths showed their superioty when they easily won the Trios gold with 4150, 178 pins ahead of their team-mates. Abdulrahman Suwaid posted 1386, Aseel Roomi 1389 and Mohanned Ebrahim 1375 for the victory.
Kwuait finished one-two after Ali Qallaf, Moustafa Mousawi and Abdulla Ahmed took the silver medal with 3972. Qatar's Hassan Ibrahim, Jassem Al-Deyab and Abdurrahman Al-Jdiddh settled for the bronze with 3938.
Saudi Arabia's Mosaad Al-Jeean rolled the championship's fourth 300 in game five of the Trios event but was unable to help his team as he was completing his event on his won because the host nation fielded only four youths.
Kuwait captured their third gold medal of the championship with victory in the Team of 5 event with 6535, 131 pins ahead of Qatar settling for the silver medal with 6404. Bahrain took the bronze medal with 6383.
Abdulla Ahmed won his second and his first individual gold medal when he topped the All Events with a 24-game total of 5550. Ahmed Al-Deyab settled for the silver medal with 5473 while Sultan Al-Qubaisi clinched the bronze with 5426.
Only two from each nation in the All Events can qualify for the Top 8 elimination Masters finals over best-of-3 matches in which the winners would advance to the semi-finals and finally for the title match. The losers in the semi earned a bronze medal each.
Photos courtesy of Saudi Bowling Federation.