England's Jamie Walker made a successful defence of his title after beating Scotland's Darren Burnett in the men's singles final at the World Bowls Atlantic Championships in Cardiff.
In a repeat of the 2015 final, Walker prevailed 21-19 over his Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning opponent.
The win earned him a second triumph at this year's event after he partnered Steve Mitchinson to victory in the men's pairs last week.
Elsewhere, the men's fours concluded with Scotland's Ronnie Duncan, Derek Oliver, Paul Foster and Alex Marshall edging out Jersey's Derek Boswell, Greg Davis, Scott Ruderham and Malcolm De Sousa 14-13 in the final.
MEN'S SINGLES GOLD 🥇— Bowls England (@BowlsEng) May 23, 2019
Jamie Walker secures his second gold of the Atlantic Championships, defeating Scotland's Darren Burnett in this afternoon's final. Well done @Jammy_Walker!
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The women's pairs and triples winners were also determined.
South Africa's Nici Neal and Colleen Piketh defeated Guernsey's Rose Ogier and Lucy Beere 17-4 in the women's pairs final.
In the women's triples, England's Jamie-Lea Winch, Lorraine Kuhler and Sian Honnor overcame Scotland's Hannah Smith, Claire Johnston and Caroline Brown 23-13.
The clubs that hosted games at the event were Penylan, Dinas Powys, Barry and Penarth.