Bahrain finished fifth in the medal rankings ©Getty Images

Iraq has finished top of the 11-team rankings at the third edition of the West Asian Para Games in Bahrain.

At the end of the final day, Iraq sat comfortably in first thanks to their 31 gold medals.

They also won 14 silvers and seven bronzes, bringing their total to 51 medals in total.

A spot behind Iraq was the United Arab Emirates, who accumulated 75 medals - the most medals over the course of the Games.

They brought home 20 golds, 27 silvers and 28 bronzes.

Kuwait was another nation to impress, collecting 16 golds, 11 silvers and seven bronzes to come third.

Oman nudged ahead of the hosts by winning 13 golds to Bahrain’s 12.

Nevertheless, Bahrain’s overall performance was more rewarding as they achieved 10 silvers and 17 bronzes - dwarfing Oman’s nine silvers and one bronze.

Saudi Arabia, in sixth, was the final team to record double digit tallies in each podium after they successfully managed to win 10 golds, 17 silvers and 19 bronzes.

Following them were Syria and Jordan, who both achieved four golds.

However, Syria’s silver tally of five was three more than Jordan’s and their two bronzes was one more than their competitor.

Yemen won two golds and two bronzes while Qatar managed seven silver medals and four bronzes.

Lebanon finished bottom of the rankings having not won a medal.