Meanwhile, the Malaysian A team of Nurul Dini, Najwa Nazirah, Gillian Lim and Nur Aina Kamalia, who led the first block by 190, was never threatened at any stage of the second block by cruising to a comfortable victory in the Girl's Team of 4 by 333 pins.
Malaysia A team picked up their third straight gold medal with a total of 4959. Singapore A team's Fion Liew, Fiona Yew, Zong Shin Yi and Arielle Tay, who was third in the first block, battled with Australia throughout the second block.
But Australia's Kylie Bailey, Emily Johnston, Chloe Jones and Jamie Phelan snatched the silver medal with a better second block series on a total of 4626. Singapore A hung on to third position with 4605 to earn the bronze medal.
The second Malaysian team made a last minute bid to snatch the bronze from Singapore A but fell short by 56 pins to finish fourth. Nurul Dini and Gillian Lim finished one-two for Malaysia A in the Girl's All Events table to win their fourth gold and second silver medals.
Nurul amassed an 18-game total of 3773, four pins ahead of Lim in second. Zong Shin Yi of Singapore A took home the bronze medal with 3665 while Singles silver medallist, Emily Johnston missed the podium with 3629.