Tsang had a lucky break when he narrowly beat this year's ABF Tour Hong Kong leg champion, Kang Bo Long of Malaysia in a low-scoring semi-finals, 146-140 to advance into the finals. Despite a better match in the final, the Asian Championships Team gold medalist was unable to match the striking power of the champion.
Angkana qualified for the Tournament of Champions with her victory to add 75 points to the 18 points she had before this leg. Alisha also made the TOC after adding 60 points to the 33 points she earned in Thailand.
ABF Tour Macau leg first runner-up, Julia Lam topped the tour rankings with 105 points to qualify for her second TOC. Hong Kong's Leong Mei Sheung made the cut in 16th position with 46 points.
The victory by Williem Widjaya did not secure the Indonesian's qualification with 75 points putting him only in 18th position. Michael Tsang, who finished second also failed to secure a spot in 19th position with 73.5 points.
Wu Siu Hong of Hong Kong led the men's ranking with 184 points with Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia moving up into second spot with 177 points. Joshua Chow is 16th in the table with 78 points.
The final leg of this year's ABF Tour is the Saudi leg which will be held after the 6th Kingdom of Saudi International Open, on December 22 in Riyadh. Bowlers will have the last chance to earn points to qualify for the TOC schedule for March 11-12, 2013 in Kuwait.
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Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.