Meanwhile in the Men's Open division, Hardy Rachmadian snatched top spot in Squad A after the second block with 2174. Overnight squad winner, Lee Won Seok slipped down to second, seven pins behind the Indonesian on 2167.
After all squads completed their second block, overnight leader, Muhd Jaris Goh of Singapore extended his lead in the overseas pool with 2345. Squad B winner, Yang Nien-Hua of Chinese Taipei finished 98 pins behind the Singaporean on 2247.
Oku Keita of Singapore clinched third spot with 2198 after topping Squad D. Rachmadian, who was third before the final squad, slipped down to head the mixed pool. Lee Won Seok also slipped out of the top 3 in eighth position.
Hengki Susanto finished 17th with 2067, Yeri Ramadona and Ryan Lalisang tieing 19th position with 2062. Diwan Rezaldy and Billy Muhammad Islam have yet to make the cut finishing in 35th and 47th positions respectively.
Annop Aromsarannon became the new local pool leader with an improved 2042. Defending champion, Kim Bolleby and Yannaphon Larpapharat occupied second and third positions with 2032 and 2024.