Guernsey's Lucy Beere improved to nine wins out of 10 her record to finish top of the women's singles section one standings at the World Bowls Atlantic Championships in Wales' capital Cardiff.
Beere secured two victories today, beating Jersey's Chloe Greechan and Ireland's Courtney Wright by the same scoreline of 21-13.
South Africa's Colleen Piketh, also a 21-13 winner over Wright today, ended the round robin on an identical win-loss record in second place.
She had an inferior points difference of 96 to Beere's 105.
In section two, Scotland's Caroline Brown ended up in first place with eight wins out of nine.
Today, she lost 21-14 against England's Natalie Chestney before defeating Botswana's Marea Modutlwa 21-15.
Chestney finished runner-up with the same record as Brown but an inferior points difference.
She followed up her victory over Brown by overcoming The Netherlands' Saskia Schaft 21-6.
The clubs hosting games at the event are Penylan, Dinas Powys, Barry and Penarth.
Competition is due to continue tomorrow.