Published: 10:16, 15 April 2018
| Updated: 10:25, 15 April 2018
Para table tennis player Ross Wilson has won gold at the Commonwealth Games.
The 22-year-old, from Minster, won the TT6-10 Para table tennis title on Saturday beating fellow Englishman Kim Daybell in the final.
Wilson beat the pre-tournament favourite Daybell 3-1 to take home gold in Australia.
He said: “This is something I have always dreamed of but never thought it was possible.
"Coming out here and playing Kim in the final, who is a great player, I didn’t think it could have gone my way but today it did and I really brought out my best game today.
“To get England a one-two, a gold-silver, is absolutely fantastic and that’s what we came here to do.
“It’s a bit different going into the match because you are playing against someone you train with all the time. It is strange playing a match against them, but you just have to go into it and do your best to win the match.”
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