Japan's Akiho Mizutani, Momo Sakai, Rise Fujita and Singles bronze medallist, Shion Izumune knocking down a sizzling 856 to clinch the bronze medal with 4660. Korea managed 796 but slipped down to fourth and miss the podium by 32 pins with 4628.
Izumune's 614 and 611 in the Team of 4 event propelled the Japanese into the top of the Girl's All Events standings to win the gold medal with 3714. Overnight leader, Yang Da Som and Singles gold medallist, Kim Ye Sol took home the silver and bronze medals with 3678 and 3626 respectively.
Rise Fujita of Japan was the cut in 16th position with 3411 while Ilya Syamin of Singapore missed the cut by 14 pins in 17th position. The top 16 girls who qualified for the Masters finals are made up of four each from Korea and Malaysia, three from Japan, two from Singapore and one each from Chinese Taipei, Macau and Philippines.