Two Indonesian finalists, Tannya Roumimper and Nadia Pramanik were also disappointing managing only 13th and 15th positions with 3574 and 3505 respectively. Roumimper only had 2 wins and a draw while Pramanik had 5 wins.
Korea topped the tenpin bowling overall medal tally with 2 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals with both the gold medals coming from the 6-player Team event in the men and women divisions. Malaysia finished second with 2 gold and 2 silver medals.
Malaysia won the Women's Trios gold medal and Rafiq won the Masters gold medal. Their first silver came from the Men's Trios event and their second silver from the women's 6-Player Team. Japan went home two gold medals, one from Ishimoto's in the Masters and the other from the Men's Trios event.
Lalisang with Billy Muhammad Islam and Rachmadian came closest to winning a medal but missed by 36 pins to finish fourth in the Men's Trios. The trio od Pramanik, Roumimper and Aldila Indryati was eighth in the women's division.
Both the men and the women 6-player teams finished fifth. Indonesia could have picked up one gold and one silver if medals were to be awarded for the All-Events. Lalisang topped the men's standings after 12 games with 2925 while Pramanik was second in the women's standings with 2918.
98 men and 69 women from 18 countries competed in only the Trios, 6-Player Team and the Masters for the first time in the Asian Games history for a total of six gold medals. Also for the first time in the Asian Games history, the new World Bowling Scoring System was used.
The quadrennial Asian Games was co-hosted by two cities, the Indonesian capital of Jakarta and Palembang, the capital of South Sumatra province. Approximately 17,000 athletes from 45 countries participated in Asia's biggest sporting event.