Kent baker Jane has won the first round of the Great British Bake off, but rival Rav is also through.
Going home this week is Lee, but across the board all the contestants put in a fairly decent showing.
Both judges complimented Jane's efforts with Paul Hollywood in particular complimenting the simple style.
Rav’s on the other hand, was criticised as too dry.
Jane, 61, from Beckenham, caught the baking bug from her granddad who owned a bakery in Hastings.
Rav, from Erith, supports students at City University London and his experience of volunteering for charities such as Victim Support, he may be the first one to lend a hand to a fellow contestant in need of a shoulder to cry on as the series progresses.
Rav, 28, lives with his parents and enjoys using unusual ingredients, taking inspiration from far eastern cuisine and vegan baking.
Both will be appearing at the same time on next week's show.
Last year's winner Nadiya Hussain was a big success.