Australia's Jeremy Henry and New Zealand's Jo Edwards won the respective male and female titles today at the Indoor Bowls World Cup.
It marked a fifth title for both players at the Warilla Bowls & Recreation Club in Shellharbour, south of Sydney.
Henry, the defending champion, defeated Malaysia's Soufi Rusli 6-5, 11-2 in the men’s final.
He overcame a tough start to press ahead with a superb drive at 5-5 to win the first set.
The 35-year-old, a two-time world champion for Northern Ireland before switching nationality, then powered through the second set 11-2 in just seven ends.
It still represented a successful tournament for Rusli.
He beat New Zealand's Ali Forsyth 9-2, 11-6 in the semi-final earlier in the day.
Edwards reaffirmed her mantel as the sport’s number one lady by winning a topsy-turvy battle with Guernsey's Lucy Beere.
The two-time Commonwealth Games gold medal winner won the first set 8-5, but the Channel Islander then romped through the second 9-2.
Edwards needed all of her class to edge the decisive third 4-1.
Henry and Edwards also each won the respective World Cup crowns in 2013.