Meanwhile, Finland's first trio of Joonas Jahi with Doubles bronze medallist, Petteri Salonen and Niko Oksanen, who was eighth in the first block of Squad 1, 131 pins behind the leader and 19th overall, 192 pins adrift, posted 616, 657 and 685 in the second block to lead the squad with 3784.
Chinese Taipei's first trio of Chen Wu-Chi, Xu Zhe-Jia and Singles silver medallist, Wu Hao-Ming set the early pace with 659 in their opening game to take over the running, eighth pins ahead of overnight squad leader, Korea.
Finland quickly went into the lead and never looked back. Needing big games of 769 to beat Squad 2 leader, Japan and 709 to beat Squad 3 leader, Hong Kong, the Finns totaled 3784 to top the squad and claimed third position overall.
Chinese Taipei 1 finished second to Finland with 3757 to clinch fourth spot with 3757. Squad 3 leader of Eric Tseng, Wu Siu Hong and Michael Mak of Hong Kong took made the semi-finals in second position with 3308.