Malaysia's Budriz Mustakim and home hope Corey Wedlock took early leads after the opening day of men's singles competition at the World Youth Bowls Championships at the Broadbeach Club in the Gold Coast in Australia.
Wedlock lies on six points in section one after two wins.
He first beat Malaysia's Izzat Dzulkeple 21-10 before thrashing Cook Islands' Lawrence Paniani 21-9.
Fellow countryman Aaron Teys also won twice, but slightly less comfortably.
He followed a 21-12 win over Scotland's John Fleming by beating Hong Kong's Martin Sham 21-13.
Mustakim opened his account in section two with a 21-16 victory over Jersey's Ross Davis.
He then beat Canadian Lucas Caldwell 21-17.
Sheldon Bagrie-Howley of New Zealand lies in second place following a 21-20 victory over Cook Islands' Taiki Paniani with a 21-17 success over Papua New Guinea's Kenneth Ikirima.
Australia's Chloe Stewart and Tiffany Brodie lead the two women's singles sections.
Stewart enjoyed two easy 21-4 victories today, over Papua New Guinea's Piwen Karkar and Guernsey's Emma Snell.
Brodie beat Nicole LeBlanc of Canada 21-4 before a tougher 21-17 win over New Zealand's Tayla Bruce.
A total of 42 players from 17 countries aged 18 to 25 are competing at the event.
Action is due to continue until Sunday (April 2).