Jack Hunter-Spivey took Table Tennis gold in the men's singles classes 3-5 at Birmingham 2022.
Hunter-Spivey beat Nigeria's Nasiru Sule 3-1, with fellow Nigerian Isau Ogunkunle winning bronze.
Hunter-Spivey ran away with the first set 11-4 before the Nigerian levelled the match after taking the second set 11-9. Hunter-SPivey went back into the lead with an 11-6 win in the third set and wrapped ity up by taking the fourth 11-7.
Bronze went to Iusau Ogunkunle of Nigeria after a 3-0 win over India's Raj Aravindan Alagar.
“I can’t describe how it feels,” said Hunter-Spivey. “It’s so hard to describe what I’ve just done. Winning a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games is something I’ve dreamed about since I was a kid. It’s something that I watched on TV and never thought it was possible and now I’ve won it, it is just incredible.
"I just used my tactics as much as I possibly could; I’ve worked with Rushy (coach Andrew Rushton) as much as we could and he was incredible and Andy our psychologist has helped me to keep that focus on the table. It is credit to the team behind us and to UK Sport and the Lottery for funding us because without it I would never have moments like this.
"It feels so special - when I was a kid I wanted to be the next Steven Gerrard and to be at Anfield but this is my Anfield and the crowd were the 12th man. It is so surreal and I want to do it all again.”
India's Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel coasted to the gold medal in the women's singles 3-5 final with a comfortable 3-0 win over Ifechukwude Christiana Ikpeoyi.
Sonalben Manubhai Patel claimed bronze with a 3-0 win over England's Sue Bailey.
Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel said: "I'm a fighter. When I want to do something, I do it. [For winning this medal his medal] full credit goes to my family, my experts, my [table tennis] federation, the Paralympic Committee of India, the Sports Authority of India and all my friends who pray for me. This is for them."
Australia's Qian Yang earned gold in the wen's singles classes 6-10 with victory over compatriot Li Na Lei.
Faith Obazuaye of Nigeria beat Felicity Pickard of England to win bronze.