MacLelland could have beaten the Malaysian had he marked his final frame but encountered a 4-6-10 split to end with 243 and failing to beat Ismail to end up in fourth overall despite topping the squad with 1349.
Mak could only end with 212 to finish second to MacLelland and missing out in fifth overall with 1327. Aviram, who was third to the Canadian, finished sixth overall with 1324 while Oksanen was pushed off the top four into seventh position. Tommy Jones of Team USA, who was fourth in this squad with 1295, finished 12th.
The four and final Singles qualifying squads will take to the lanes later in the afternoon. The top four with all the scores combined will qualify for the Semi-finals and Final shootout for the medals, scheduled for December 1.
Host broadcaster, I-Cable TV network will be providing Live coverage of the Singles Semi-finals and Final and their feed will be carried by Starhub Singapore, Astro Malaysia, True Vision Thailand, Sportscast Taiwan, TVRI Indonesia, Sky Sports New Zealand, USA & Canada Flo Sports, Elisa Finland, HTV/VTV Cab Vietnam, Sky Net Myanmar while all other territories will have live streaming via the Olympic Channel.