16th December, P.Jaya: SingaporeBowling's Daphne Tan put in a creditable performance to take up sixth position in the overseas pool of the Girl's Open Masters qualifying standings at the 10th MILO International Junior All-Stars on Wednesday.
Singapore Open Youth Masters champion, Kristel Oh had led the Girl's Open Masters overseas pool for the past four days but was pushed down to fourth in a single day. Indonesia Open champion, Tannya Roumimper of Indonesia took over pole with a superb 720.
Korea's Jeon Eun Hee grabbed second spot with 709 followed by Singapore Sports School's Nur Azri Muhamad Azan third with 698 followed by Kristel in fourth with 680 and Lim Hea Young of Korea fifth on 674.
Asian Indoor Games bronze medalist, Shayna Ng finished tenth in the mixed pool with 632 and need to improve if she wants to make the finals. Malaysia dominated the standings with a top 3 positions.
Zatil Iman headed the table with a sizzling scoreline of 798 ahead of team-mate and the tournament's second perfect gamer, Esther Cheah, who tied second spot with early leader, Hee Kar Yen on 737.
Singapore Sports School's Tay Kun Long and Keith Saw impressed by taking up third and fourth in the Boy's Open overseas pool with 748 and 747 respectively. Jonathan Lim Zi Liang and Alden Ang finished seventh and eighth.
SBF's Gregory Gan, who was 16th earlier, dropped out into the reserves pool with a score of 686 and will surely be making more attempts to join his compatriots in the finals.
Tengku Afnan remained on top of the leaderboard since first day with 770 ahead of Australia's Sam Cooley in second overall with 769. Malaysian Elite Backup Squad member, Zaid Izlan occupied third spot with 765.
Qualifying will end tomorrow and the Masters finals will be contested on Saturday December 18.