David Smith won the BC1 title in Madrid as Britain clinched five golds ©Getty Images

Britain's Paralympic champion David Smith triumphed in the BC1 event as his country enjoyed five titles at the Boccia International Sports Federation Madrid Open.

Smith, the Rio 2016 gold medallist in this division, beat Dutchman Daniel Perez 12-0 in the final in Spain's capital.

Christos Kypriotis of Greece beat Desiree Segarra of Spain 7-2 for bronze.

There was Dutch success in the BC2 as Bernd Meints disappointed home Spanish player Benito Sánchez with a 4-1 win.

Francis Rombouts of Belgium beat Tunisia's Achraf Tayahi 5-0 to win bronze.

The BC3 crown went the way of Greece as Grigorios Polychronidis beat Jamie McCowan of Britain 8-0.

 Patrick Wilson won British bronze by seeing off Belgium's Pieter Cilissen 8-1.

Stephen McGuire won the second British individual gold, seeing off Manuel Cruz of Portugal 8-2 in the BC4 final.

Vasile Agache of Spain won home bronze, beating Portugal's Nuno Guerreiro 10-1.

In pairs action, Britain won the BC3 title as they beat Belgium 6-5, with Portugal edging Greece 5-4 for bronze.

The BC4 pairs crown also left in British hands as they saw off Spain 4-2, with the Portuguese getting another bronze following 5-3 success over Hungary.

Britain eased past Greece 12-0 to win the team final, with The Netherlands beating France 10-1 for bronze.