Brazil's Stphanie Martins, Russia's Maria Koshel and Korea's Jeon Eunhee finished fifth, sixth and seventh positions with 6468, 6417 and 6365 respectively. Venezuela's Karen Marcano clinched eighth position with 6351.
Finland's Sanna Pasanen missed the cut by a distant 72 pins with 6279 despite finishing strongly with 246 and 212 in her last two games. The best country award appears to be Australia especially with Cooley in fifth in the men's side and Whiting in fourth in the women's side.
The only other country which can challenge for the Bent Petersen trophy is Korea, with Lee in fourth in the men's division and Jeon in seventh position in the women's division. The top 8 men and top 8 women will contest the Top 8 Round-Robin Matchplay finals tomorrow.
Players will be awarded an additional 30 pins bonus for a win and 15 pins bonus for a tie. They will bowl seven matches with the eighth position-round match to dtermine the top 4 men and top 4 women proceeding to the stepladder finals.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Palembang, Indonesia.