Home favourites Corey Wedlock and Chloe Stewart both recorded two wins out of two today to remain as the leaders in their sections at the World Youth Bowls Championships in Gold Coast in Australia.
Wedlock beat Canada's Rob Law 21-18 before defeating Guernsey's Connor Rabey 21-16 in the men's event.
He now sits on 18 points after six rounds of section-one action at the Broadbeach Club, three more than nearest challenger and compatriot Aaron Teys.
Section two is led by Wales' Daniel Salmon, who also has 18 points after beating Cook Islands’ Taiki Paniani 21-19 and New Zealand's Sheldon Bagrie-Howley 21-15 today.
Stewart, meanwhile, followed up a 21-18 victory over Wales' Ysie White by overcoming Norfolk Island's Shae Wilson 21-12 in the women's tournament.
She leads section one of the women's event on 18 points, with Canada’s Pricilla Westlake second on 15.
Section two is headed by Malaysia's Syafiqah Rahman, despite her losing 21-9 to Australia's Ellen Ryan in round six.
A 21-12 success over another Australian, Tiffany Brodie, in round five moved her onto 15 points.
Ryan is level on points with Rahman, but lies in second with +45 shots to the Malaysian's +47.
She is still top of the mixed pairs section-one standings, however, after partnering Teys to a 19-6 triumph over Brodie and Papua New Guinea's Kenneth Ikirima.
Fellow Australians Kristina Krstic and Nathan Pedersen are the new leaders in section two after beating the Cook Islands' Colleen Paniani and Lawrence Paniani 23-6.
Round six of the mixed pairs was postponed due to inclement weather associated with "Tropical Cyclone Debbie".
With more inclement conditions forecast tomorrow, competition is set to move indoors to the Tweed Heads Bowls Club.
It is expected that play will resume at Broadbeach Club on Friday (March 31).