Meanwhile in the girl's division, Singapore youths made their mark when 14-year-old Arianne Tay of surprised her elder sister, Arielle Tay of Team A by topping the squad with 1281. Filipina Danielle Pazo of Philippines A set the opening pace but quickly faded our of contention.
Arianne took over the lead after a sizzling 262 in her second game with Australia B's Ashlyn Mohr in second. Arianne conitnued her blistering pace with 214 and 226 in her next two games to extend her lead.
15-year-old Arielle added several big games to move into second spot but soon had to give up the spot when Mohr fought on galantly to keep close with the Tay siblings. Although Arianne managed only 172 in her fifth game, she ended with 207 to comfortably take the squad.
Arielle gave Singapore a one-two finish with 1212 while a second Australian and 2017 Asian School Singles silver medallist, Emily Johnston stormed home to clinch third spot with 1170. Apart from the leader's average of 213.50, the chances of the second and third placed in this squad would remain on a much lower average.