Scotland's Darren Burnett maintained his impressive form at the World Bowls Atlantic Championships in Cardiff ©Getty Images

England's Jamie Walker and Scotland's Darren Burnett moved back to the summit of sections one and two, respectively, as the men's singles continued at the World Bowls Atlantic Championships in Cardiff today.

Walker recorded victories against overnight leader Pierre Breitenbach of South Africa, 21-3, and Jersey's Ross Davis, 21-20.

His win-loss record now stands at 9-1 with Breitenbach second on 8-1.

In section two, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Burnett beat Namibia's Cabous Olivier 21-16 before defeating Israel's Zvika Hadar 21-4.

He has eight wins and one draw from his nine outings.

Second in the standings is Ireland's Adam McKeown, who followed up a 21-18 success over Hadar by overcoming Olivier 21-19.

The clubs hosting games at the event are Penylan, Dinas Powys, Barry and Penarth.

Competition is due to continue tomorrow.