National lawn bowler Hjh Amalia Hj Metali picked up her third win on day five at the World Indoor Singles Championship in Australia yesterday.
Hjh Amalia was first brought down by Malta's Carmen Spiteri before she went three rounds to edge Japan's Hiroko Emura 6-9, 10-8, 3-2.
Her other two wins saw her out roll Macau's Nikki Lee 9-3, 8-7 on day four and Hong Kong's Tammy Tham 6-9, 8-6, 2-1 on day one.
The successful day knocks her up one spot to 10th in the women's Group 1.
Hjh Amalia will conclude her campaign against Australia's Karen Murphy at the Warilla Bowls & Recreation Club in New South Wales today.
Norfolk Island's Carmen Anderson still holds the top spot by shot difference ahead of the World No 1 and defending champion Jo Edwards in Group 1.
Malaysia's Siti Zalini Ahmad tasted her first loss against Singapore's Shermeen Lim who rolled a 9-9, 5-8 game.
Siti still remains at the top of the women's Group 2 by shot difference over Guernsey's Alison Merrien who shares eight wins.
Fellow national bowler Abd Rahman Hj Omar had an unlucky day, losing to Ireland's Neil Booth 6-10, 7-6, 1-3
Abd Rahman still sits in 8th place in the men's Group 2 with two more matches ahead of him.
He will face off against Fiji's Samuela Tuikiligana today before concluding his tour against Australia's Tony Wood tomorrow.
United States Neil Furman leads Group 2 with eight wins and one loss to his name.
Defending men's champion, Australian Jeremy Henry, leads the men's Group 1 with seven wins and one loss.