Portugal’s Nelson Fernandes claimed gold in the BC2 final at the Boccia International Federation (BISFed) European Championships, as Britain enjoyed a hat-trick of gold medals.
The home favourite progressed to the final by overcoming team-mate Abílio Valente, the tournament top seed.
Fernandes emerged as a 3-2 winner in a tight contest at the Municipal Pavilion in Póvoa de Varzim.
He is then faced Slovakia’s Robert Mezik, who won his semi-final 7-1 against Israel’s Nadav Levi.
Fernandes came through a nervy match to clinch a 4-3 victory.
David Smith met Russia’s Mikhail Gutnik in the BC1 final, after the Rio 2016 champion secured impressive victories in his quarter and semi-final matches.
The Briton began the day by beating Spain’s Ferran Valdivia 7-0, before winning his last four match with Slovakia’s Thomas Kral 4-2.
The second semi-final saw Gutnik beat The Netherlands’ Daniel Perez 5-0.
Smith would find himself 4-0 down to Gutnik in the final, but the Briton hit back to win 5-4 and earn his third European title.
Britain also enjoyed have success in the BC3 competition, as Jamie McCowan secured a 3-2 semi-final win over Grigorios Polychronidis of Greece, the Rio 2016 silver medallist.
McCowan it saw him set up a clash with Damian Iskrzycki in the final, following the Polish athletes’ 10-1 win over the Czech Republic’s Adam Peška.
The British player found himself 7-4 down in the penultimate end of the final, but scored four points to clinch an 8-7 victory.
Stephen McGuire ensured there was a hat-trick British triumphs in finals as he won the BC4 competition.
McGuire sealed a 5-3 win against Slovakia’s Michaela Balcova to progress to the gold medal match.
He then faced the challenge of Russia’s Sergey Safin, who was a 5-2 winner against Ukraine’s Artem Kolinko in the last four.
McGuire enjoyed a more comfortable final, as the Briton secured a 6-1 win to claim the gold.