Singapore finished second overall with 2-1-3 and Hong Kong A third with 1-1-0. Qatar won one gold medal in the Boy's Doubles and one bronze medal in the Boy's All Events and Australia A won a silver medal in the Boy's Doubles.
A victory banquet was held at KITEC, Kowloon Bay graced by Guest of Honour, Mr Timothy Fok, GBS, JP, President of Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China and Ms Ida Lee, JP, Acting DIrector of Leisure and Cultural Services. Also in attendance were Ms Vivien Lau, BBS, JP, Organizing Chairman and Chairman of Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress, Dr Trisha Leahy, BBS, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Sports Institute, and the Honorable, Mr Ma Fung Kwok, SBS, JP, Counsellor of Legistative Council.
Ms Vivien Lau gave her closing speech at the start of the banquet, followed by Mr Timonthy Fok and Ms Ida Lee. Ms Ida Lee presented the Girls champion and Boys champion trophies to Singapore A and Japan while Mr Fok awarded the Overall champion trophy to Japan.
Hideaki Hata of Japan was voted the most popular boy by all the players while Arielle Tay was voted the most popular girl. Both were awarded an Apple Airpod each courtesy of Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress.
A simple flag handling over ceremony was held where Ms Vivien Lau passed on to Mr Timothy Fok before being passed to Mr Alexander Lim of Philippines Bowling Federation, who will host the 21st edition of Asian School Tenpin Bowling CHampionships in Manila in August 2020.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Hong Kong.