China newcomer, Huang Tian Yun set a blistering pace with an opening game of 279 to lead Hong Kong's Matthew Pang by 21 pins. Two Hong Kong youths, Jupiter Chan and Jacky Lo stayed close to the leading duo in third and fourth positions.
Despite stumbling to a poor 146 in the second game, Huang remained in the lead but not for long as Lo posted a stunning 289 in the third game to take over the running. Pang kept pace to stay in second, 49 pins adrift.
There was simply no match for Lo from his opponents as the 19-year-old Hong Kong national youth member ended the finals with 225, 185 and 232 to capture his first-ever international youth title with 1320.
Lee Chun Him of Hong Kong stormed home with 259, 189 and 267 to snatch second position with 1273 while Poon settled for third with 1227. Pang and Boco Wong completed the top five with 1210 and 1208. Lo, Lee and Poon were awarded a trophy each along with MOP$5,000, MOP$3,000 and MOP$1,000 respectively.