Meanwhile, Kowloon's lead was never threatened at any stage of the second block as Mike Chan, Mavi Chan, Ban Wan and Louie Lui continued their strong pace with 768 in the fourth game to extend their lead to 190 pins.
Beijing took over second spot after Paranaque got off the second block poorly to slip to third with Wuhan and Shanghai close on their heels. Kowloon added a stunning 877 in the fifth game to pull away from the pack and increased their lead to a massive 405 pins.
Shanghai's Teng Yaxiang, Li Fuqing, Wang Huizhuang and Huang Shunbao moved into second spot, 34 pins ahead of Beijing's Zhu Yongqui, Shi Jiancheng, Zhai Xiyuan, and Bian Yuanchao in third. Paranaque continued to slide out of contention.
Kowloon ended with 784 to win the gold medal with 4786. Beijing finished strongest with 843 to snatch the silver medal with 4406 while Shanghai settled for the bronze medal with 4381 despite finishing with a splendid 784.