In the women's division, Malaysian women showed their prowess when four players occupied the semi-final spots. In the women's final match, Sin started off better with four strikes-in-a-row while Koh spared her first two frames and then a double.
An opened frame by Sin in the sixth frame allowed Koh to draw level but disaster struck Koh when she missed a single pin in the seventh frame then followed by two splits. Sin struck twice putting the match beyond her compatriot.
The champion thrashed another team-mate and tour debutant, Nur Syazwani Sahar, 264-197 in the second semi-final match to advance to the finals while Koh needed a strike in her final frame to edge Siti Safiyah, 231-230 to reach the finals.
Sin picked up the trophy and US$500 while Koh settled for US$300. Both the losing semi-finalist went home with US$150 each. Alisha Nabilla edged compatirot, Aldila Indryati 246-235 in the opening round but lost to eventual champion, Sin 199-242.
Nadia Pramanik ousted top seed, Syaidatul Afifah of Malaysia, 239-234 but lost to first runner-up, 192-225. Mr Wiwatchai Ratanarat, Thai Tenpin Bowling Association committee member, gave away the trophies and prized to the winners.