England's Jamie Walker and Scotland's Darren Burnett will meet in tomorrow's men’s singles final after coming through their last four-encounters at the World Bowls Atlantic Championships in Cardiff.
Defending champion Walker beat Wales' Dan Salmon 21-17 to earn his place in the final.
Burnett, meanwhile, defeated 19-year-old Irishman Adam McKeown 21-9.
Salmon and McKeown had earlier come through the play-offs between the second and third-place finishers in sections one and two.
Salmon overcame Malta's Brendan Aquilina 21-17, while McKeown edged South Africa's Pierre Breitenbach 21-19.
Both Walker and Burnett, the winners of section one and two respectively, went straight through to the semi-finals.
The clubs hosting games at the event are Penylan, Dinas Powys, Barry and Penarth.
Tomorrow is the last day of competition.