South Africa's Colleen Piketh added a further two wins to her tally in the women's singles as action continued today at the World Bowls Atlantic Championships in Wales' capital Cardiff.
Piketh beat Jersey's Chloe Greechan 21-8 and Argentina's Inis Jaimez 21-10 to make it eight victories from nine outings in section one.
Guernsey's Lucy Beere is in second place with seven wins from eight matches.
She defeated Zimbabwe's Caryn Sinclair 21-8 today before overcoming Israel's Ruti Gilor 21-20.
2019 Atlantic Championships, Cardiff, Wales 🏴 Day Four - Monday 13th May 2019 ... RESULTS— Bowls Guernsey 🇬🇬 (@BowlsGuernsey) May 13, 2019
Match 7 - 15.30 - Women’s Singles R8 - Lucy Beere 🇬🇬 beat Ruti Gilor from Israel 🇮🇱 21-20 pic.twitter.com/5MuPjbMU9P
In section two, Scotland's Caroline Brown extended to seven matches her perfect start by beating Wales' Sara Marie Nicholls 21-17 and Malta's Sharon Callus 21-16.
With just one loss, second spot is occupied by England's Natalie Chestney, who defeated Cyprus' Hazel Bagshaw 21-7 today.
The clubs hosting games at the event are Penylan, Dinas Powys, Barry and Penarth.
Competition is due to continue tomorrow.