Canada's Pricilla Westlake beat defending champion and home favourite Ellen Ryan to secure the women's singles crown at the World Youth Bowls Championships in Australian city Gold Coast today.
Westlake triumphed 21-20 in the gold medal match at the Broadbeach Club having earlier overcome 2014 winner Chloe Stewart, also of Australia, 21-16 in the semi-finals.
Ryan, who was crowned the world under-25 singles champion in January, defeated compatriot and 2015 champion Kristina Krstic 21-20 in the other last-four encounter.
In the men's singles final, Wales' Daniel Salmon beat Australia's Corey Wedlock 21-17.
Salmon and Wedlock were the two strongest performers throughout the competition, initially completing their round-robin campaigns undefeated.
They then continued that form in their semi-final matches by claiming 21-19 wins over Australia's Nathan Pedersen and Aaron Teys respectively.
The mixed pairs final saw Malta's Connie Rixon and Australia's Billy Johnson emerge victorious with a 21-17 win over Scotland's Claire Walker and John Fleming.
A total of 42 players from 17 countries aged 18 to 25 competed at the event.