Scotland's Julie Forrest beat England's Janice Gower today to complete the successful defence of her women's singles title at the World Indoor Bowls Championships in Norfolk.
Forrest claimed an 8-7, 15-3 win to follow-up her triumph from last year at Potters Leisure Resort's International Arena.
Gower had to settle for second place in her first final at the event.
Three matches in the last-16 of the open singles competition were also held today.
The first saw England's Nick Brett defeat compatriot Mervyn King 9-5, 7-7 in a battle between two former champions.
It sets up a quarter-final meeting with another Englishman, Mark Royal, tomorrow.
Also through to the last eight is 2018 champion Mark Dawes of England, an 11-5, 6-5 winner over 2014 champion Darren Burnett of Scotland.
Next up for him is set to be Wales' Jason Greenslade, who came from behind to overcome second-seeded Englishman Greg Harlow 3-10, 10-8, 2-1.