Squad A leader, Tun Hakim of Malaysia remained in the leader in the overseas pool with 1174 followed by two additional Malaysians, Ahmad Muaz and Muhd Nur Aiman in second and third with 1137 and 1134. Surasak Manuwong and Yannaphon Larpapharat also remained in first and second with 1124 and 1031.
Napat Buspanikonkul snatched third spot with 1014 in Squad C dislodging compatriot, Sithphol Kunaksorn out of the qualifying standings. The top 3 overseas and top 3 local qualifiers will skip Round 2 finals.
There were also no changes atop the Women's Open overseas pool with Malaysians Sin Li Jane and Nerosha Keligit occupying first and second spots with 1147 and 1067 while Singaporean Ilya Syamin remained third with 1011.
Yanee Saebe remained in the lead of the local pool with 955. Pitchapa took over second spot with 946 while Kantaporn Singhabubpha dropped to third with 936. The players will resume with their second block of five games tomorrow with squads in the order of B, A, C and D.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Bangkok, Thailand.