With consistent 459 and 466 in their next two games, the Singapore duo stretched their lead to a whopping 257 with Malaysia and Philippines in a distant second and third. Although the leader eased off with 390 in their final game, Singapore 1 topped the squad with 2740.
Chia shot 1291 while Ong posted the highest six-games total of 1449 to help the pair finish in pole position. Malaysia and Philippines finished for second and third position with 2526 and 2432 respectively.
Meanwhile, host nation Malaysia performed as expected in the second event opf the championships after a dismal opening day, drawing blank in the Singles event. Nur Syazwani Sahar and 18th Asian School Championships two gold medallist, Gillian Lim shot 1267 and 1246 respectively for a total of 2513 to top the squad.
The Malaysian pair started off with a superb 436 to lead Macau's Wong Son Ian and Singles gold medallist, Cheang Lok In by 75 pins. The first pairs of Korea and Singapore managed only 354 and 334 in their opening game.