Individual finals dominated the final day and the GB team was in fine form. The men's compound open event was an all-British affair with John Stubbs taking gold and Frank Maguire in a match separated by only two points.
Mel Clarke then went into action and secured gold with a comfortable 666-623 win over home favourite Panmal Ratchanee.
Kenny Allen won in clean sets 6-0 to secure the recurve open bronze in impressive fashion.
The W1 open final was a battle of the Johns: Walker versus Cavanagh. After a tough match John Cavanagh claimed gold.
And Chloe Ball turned in a stunning performance, coming fourth for Britain in her first ever event.
Paralympic Coach Michael Peart said: "When all tallied up, the GB team won nine medals in total from the Paralympic events. It was a very strong performance and a great start to the 2014 season."
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