Europa Point Sports Complex in Gibraltar hosted events during the Island Games ©IIGA/Twitter

Ivik Nielsen of Greenland claimed the table tennis men’s singles crown following a thrilling encounter on the final day of the Island Games in Gibraltar.

Nielsen triumphed 11-3, 10-12, 11-8, 11-3, 6-11, 14-12 in an epic clash with Guernsey’s Garry Dodd at St Joseph’s Middle School.

Bronze went to Isle of Wight’s George Downing and Jersey’s Jordan Wykes.

Marina Donner of Åland enjoyed a more comfortable passage to victory in the women’s final when she swept aside Greenland’s Karlinannguaq Lundblad 11-7, 11-2, 11-5, 11-5.

Isle of Man’s Katherine Vinas and Guernsey’s Dawn Morgan won bronze medals.

Cayman Islands were the gold medallists in the men’s basketball having held their nerve to see off Saaremaa 75-63 at Tercentenary Hall.

Gibraltar sealed bronze with a 69-53 win over Guernsey.

The women’s final was a one-sided affair, Menorca cruising to a 99-43 success against Gotland.

Gibraltar thrashed Isle of Man 82-31 to secure bronze.

Isle of Man’s Oliver Lockley emerged triumphant in the men’s half-marathon, clocking 1hr 6min 54sec to finish 43 seconds ahead of fellow Manxman Alan Corlett.

Fred Gronwall of Gotland took the bronze, while Isle of Man won the team contest ahead of Gotland and Gibraltar.

In the women’s event, Isle of Wight’s Charlotte Metcalfe topped the rostrum after finishing in 1:24:15.

Jersey duo Jessica Troy and Rebecca Thompson were second and third, respectively, helping Jersey to earn team honours ahead of Isle of Wight and Faroe Islands.

The overall medal table was topped by Jersey, with Isle of Man second and Faroe Islands third.