"This made up a little disappointment I suffered yesterday when I finished fourth in the Hong Kong Open. I hope I can carry forward y good form into the Macau Open next week. Another good performance there will certainly boost my confidence in the Asian Games come September in Incheon, Korea."
The champion had to take a 9 and 10 frame roll-off after tieing with ABF Tour Thailand leg champion, Kritsanakorn Sangaroon of Thailand, 191 in the second women's second semi-final where she beat the Thai, 40-26 to progress.
Armein also registered the highest game when she ousted Chan Shuk Han of Hong Kong, 233-116 in the second round.
Ms Vivien Lau, Chairman of the ABF Tour and Honorary Life President of Asian Bowling Federation presented the prizes to the winners. The next leg will be held on June 23 after the 2014 Macau-China International Open from June 17 to 22.
This year's ABF Tour consists of nine legs - five in the Middle East without women division and four in East Asia with women division. Four more stops remains after Hong Kong which will be in Macau, UAE, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.
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Photos by Terence Yaw in Hong Kong.