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Guernsey's Rob West and Ella Taylor beat Bruce Wagstaff and Karen Faragher from the Isle of Man in two sets.
Gotland's Nisse Lundberg has won gold in the last table tennis match of Jersey 2015 against Jersey's young star Jordan Wykes in the men's singles.
The final game of the week was the mixed doubles between the Shetland Island’s Shona Mackey and Gordon Keith against Gotland’s Björn Eriksson and Caroline Gate. Gotland won the gold 0-2, meaning that badminton's final gold medal of this week goes to Gotland.
Guernsey's Alice Loveridge walks away with Gold after beating Gotland's Marina Dunner in a tense match. It looked like Loveridge was going to be the first of the finalists to win in straight sets with a score of 3-0, but Donner had other plans, coming back to win the next two matches. The atmosphere was electric by the 5th game, each player having a crowd of supporters chanting them on. Donner was feeling the pressure, calling for a time out at 5-2 to her, which appeared to do the trick and the rally was back on, each player keeping scores neck and neck. By the time the score was up to 13-13, it was Loveridge needing a time out, but it didn't help, Donner won the game 15-13. Loveridge dug deep in the 6th game, fighting hard to finally finish the match with a score of 11-7. Donner claims the Silver.
There was a strong match played from both Rannvá Djurhuus Carlsson from Faroe Islands and Cristin Marritt from Isle of Man.
Both ladies played a number of good shots, but Carlsson came out on top with a score of 0-2 meaning that Faroe Islands gain another gold in the badminton.
Gotland won gold as they defeated Menorca 69-60 in this NatWest Island Games' final.
Both teams played their hearts out in the first quarter, with Menorca managing to give themselves an early 13-20 lead by the end of the first quarter. Gotland were determined to bring themselves back in the second quarter and through sheer determination and great teamwork, managed to bring themselves back to within one point (28-29) in the last minute, but Menorva managed to get themselves a 28-34 lead by halftime. Both teams upped their game in the second half, playing much stronger defence, which slowed down the pace of the game. Both teams were neck and neck in the closing few minutes with Menorca having a 58-56 lead with three minutes left in the game, but Gotland weren't willing to lose and managed to steal the game in the closing few minutes, winning 69-60 and earning themselves the gold medal.
Saaremma and Faroe Islands fought it out for the gold medal in the women's final.
Saaremaa won the first set, with effective blocking at the net and good serves. Faroe Island came back strong in the second set, and their good co-ordination and ball placement helped them take it. Saaremaa fought back and won the third set. The Faroe Islands' serves were out and they made mistakes on critical points. Saaremaa kept up the pressure on and went on to win the fourth and final set, with good blocking at the net and great team work. Saaremaa won overall 3-1 (26-16, 15-25, 25-23, 25-15) with Faroe taking silver.
Men’s doubles reached its climax in the final match today between Greenland’s duo of Bror Madsen and Kens Frederik Nielsen and Menorca’s team of Albert and Eric Navarro Comes. Ending in Greenland going home with the men’s double gold after a score of 2-0, both games were extremely close however Greenland just rose above Menorca.
Jersey's Scott Clayton & James Connelly claimed the gold medal in the Men's Doubles with a straight-sets win against Guernsey's Dominic McLuskey & Pat Ogier. Jersey won the first set 6-1 and went on to dominate in the second. McLuskey & Ogier attempted to recover from 4-0 but Clayton & Connelly were too strong, winning the second set 6-2.
Aland's Johan Pettersson and Marina Donner take home Gold after beating Guernsey's Alice Loveridge and Garry Dodd in the mixed doubles. It was a strong start for Aland after winning the first two games, but Guernsey dug deep and turned things around, winning the next two. At 2-2, it was a tense last game, both teams working hard to keep the scores neck and neck but Aland kept the pressure on and won the last game.
Isle of Man's Karen Faragher & Laura Feely claim the gold medal after a thrilling final against Jersey's Clare Clarke and Rebecca Edwards.
The Jersey pair gave it all they had in the first set, winning 7-5, but Faragher and Feely came back fighting and won the second set 6-2.
It came down to a championship tie-break in which the Isle of Man duo stormed ahead with a victory of 10-5.
The bronze medal playoff in mixed doubles ended with Matthew Hayes and Charlotte Barnes winning a bronze for Guernsey with a score of 0-2. They played against Greenland’s Hedvig Broberg and Karl Jakob Thomassen. Both teams played a tough game however Guernsey came out on top overall, after playing more tactical shots.
Guernsey take home the Gold, thanks to an amazing performance by Alice Loveridge and Dawn Morgan. Faroe Island's Durita Jensen and Henrietta Nielsen get the silver. Guernsey started strongly, but by the third match the Faroe Island's had turned it around . Guernsey pulled it back, however, to win the game and the match.
The island with the smallest number of competitors at Jersey 2015 had a Gold medal to celebrate on the final day of the Games. Savvas Diakonikolas, one of 6 athletes from Rhodes won the men's triple jump at FB Fields. His jump of 14.42 was just 3cm more than Jersey's Ross Jeffs.
It wasn't just the competition that was hot at Jersey 2015.
Four of the noisiest events of the 2015 NatWest Island Games came at the swimming finals at Les Quennevais, with packed houses watching some high-class races.
There were certainly some memorable moments from cycling at the NatWest Island Games.
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