Alisha improved her lower 3-game series with a stunning 759 to her other higher 3-game series of 621 for a total of 1428. Her fine effort hauled her up into the top bracket in second position behind leader and team-mate, Billy Muhammad Islam in pole position with 1436.
2017 Asian School Doubles gold medallist, Callum Borck of Australia took third spot with 1409. The top 3 qualifiers in the overseas pool will skip Round 1 and automatically advance to Round 2 finals.
Yeri Ramadona qualified in fifth position with 1391 and could well finish in the top bracket expecially needing only to improve his lower 3-game series of 615. Hardy Rachmadian, Ryan Lalisang and Oscar all qualified from tenth to 12th positions with 1346, 1330 and 1319 respectively.
Hengki Susanto headed the mixed pool with 1315 followed by Fachi Ibnu Askar in second with 1307. Nadia Pramanik, Diwan Rezaldy, Novie Phang, 2017 World Bowling Championships Masters bronze medallist, Sharon Limansantoso and Putty Armein occupied third to seventh positions all having secured their place in Round 1 finals.