took over the lead at this stage and Singles Gold and Silver medalist, Valerie Teo and Cherie Tan in second.
With less than 40 pins separating the top 5 contenders, it was the Malaysian pair who displayed great fighting spirit to post a superb 503 to secure the win and the Gold medal with a total of 2463, just 5 pins ahead of the Singaporeans in second with 2458.
Squad 1 leader, Germany's total of 2426 only won them a a Bronze after the final standing were tabulated and momentary leader, Korea only managed a 371 in the final game and was lucky to finish fourth with 2385.
Esther Cheah's outstanding 1375 in the doubles took the Women's World Championship Singles Gold medalist to the lead in the All Events standings after two events on 2507 overtaking Singles Gold medalist, Valerie Teo and Silver medalist, Cherie Tan in second and third. For detailed scores and information, please visit http://www.wyc2006.com.
Photos by Fred Tan, MTBC.