van Mazijk added 224 in the fifth game to regain the lead with Larsen improving to take up second position. Hernandez suffered a lowly 173 to slip into third behind the Dane. Germany's Tobais Boerding made good progress and was fourth.
The Dutch ended with a superb 227 to lead the squad with 1373. Hernandez was the strongest finisher with 258 to take up second with 1361. Larsen and Boerding tied third position on 1319. Andersson rounded out the top five with 1309 while Lavoie and Johnson were unable to finish in the top four.
The Men's Singles second squad will bowl their six-games preliminaries after lane maintenance and the combined scores of both the squads will determine the top 4 advancing to the Semi-finals to be staged tomorrow, November 26.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.