South Africa's Pierre Breitenbach and Jersey's Ross Davis both claimed three wins out of three on the opening day of the men's singles event at the World Bowls Atlantic Championships in Cardiff.
Breitenbach started his section one campaign with a 21-12 victory over Jamaica's Mervyn Edwards before beating Kenya's Joseph Kitosi 21-5 and the Netherlands' Frank de Vries 21-14.
Davis, meanwhile, opened with a 21-11 triumph at the expense of France's Amaury Dumont prior to defeating Edwards by the same scoreline and Kitosi 21-18.
In section two, Malta's Brendan Aquilina was one of five players to end the day with two wins out of two along with Scotland's Darren Burnett, Israel's Zvika Hadar, Namibia's Cabous Olivier and Ireland's Adam McKeown.
Aquilina overcame Cyprus' Robert Manson 21-3 and Brazil's Joao Correa 21-13.
The clubs hosting games at the event in Wales' capital are Penylan, Dinas Powys, Barry and Penarth.
Competition is due to continue tomorrow.