Indonesia appeared to have the upper hand as they went into the ninth and tenth frames. And the advantage was leaning towards Lalisang and Indryati as they went on to clinch the gold medal with 434 and a total of 2698. Amirah and Muaz managed only 388 in their final game to settle for the silver medal with 2672.
Thailand finished third with 2528 but fell short by 29 pins to topple Squad A leader of Limansantoso and Rachmadian. The second Indonesian pair held on to third adding a bronze medal for Indonesia.
The first Singapore pair of Cheah and New, who was second in Squad A, missed the podium by 15 pins to end up in fourth with 2542 while the other Singapore pair of Tan and Ng rounded out the top five. The other Indonesian pairs of Nadia Pramanik and YEri Ramadona finished 11th with 2460 and Billy Muhammad Islam and Tannya Roumimper was 15th with 2421.
Indonesia leads the medal standings with 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal. Singapore and Malaysia tie in second with 1, gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals each.
Senator Vicente Satto III, Philippines Senate President, Dato' Dr P.S. Nathan, President of Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress and Mr Sompan Charumilinaa, President of Thai Tenpin Bowling Association were on hand to present the medals to the winners.