Rio 2016 Paralympic champion Watcharaphon Vongsa was among the victors at the Boccia International Sports Federation (BISFed) 2017 Asian Regional Championships in Hong Kong.
The Thai player faced his compatriot Worawut Saengampa in the BC2 final, with the tie proving a close encounter.
Vongsa would eventually secure a narrow 6-5 victory over Saengampa.
Bronze was claimed by South Korea's Jeongmin Sohn, who overcame team-mate Soyeong Jeong 3-2.
There was further Thai success in the BC1 competition, with Pattaya Tadtong emerging as a 5-0 winner against Wonjong Yoo of South Korea.
The bronze medal was earned by Witsanu Huadpradit of Thailand, who overcame Dongwon Lee 10-1.
South Korea would celebrate victory in the BC3 final, as Hansoo Kim secured a 3-1 victory over Hong Kong’s Kei Ho, who ended as silver medallist in front of a home crowd.
An all South Korean bronze medal match saw Jun Yup Kim win 3-2 against Yejin Choi.
There was a comfortable victory for China's Yuansen Zheng in the BC4 gold medal match, winning 7-0 against Thailand's Pornchok Larpyen.
Hyeon Seok Seo of South Korea and Yuexiang Guang of China tied 3-3 in the bronze medal play-off.
The BC4 pairs event saw hosts Hong Kong prevail 3-2 against South Korea in the final, while China beat Japan 8-0 to claim bronze.
Hong Kong were denied the BC3 pairs gold after losing 4-3 to South Korea.
Thailand thrashed Japan 13-0 in the BC1/2 final, after South Korea claimed a 14-2 victory over China to secure a podium spot.