A trio of teqball gold medals were won today at the African Beach Games in Hammamet ©FITEQ

Cameroon, Nigeria, and Tunisia all picked up gold medals in the teqball competitions which concluded today at the African Beach Games in Hammamet.

Gregory Dylan Tchami Djomaha triumphed first for the Cameroonians as he got the better of Nigerian Victor Ademoye Oyemade in the men's singles.

He stormed to victory in the opening set with a commanding performance that resulted in a 12-3 scoreline.

Oyemade then hit back in the second set to take it 12-6 but could not replicate it in the decider as Tchami Djomaha struck gold with the crucial 12-8 score.

Oyemade's compatriots Funsho Funto Samson and Rashidat Bukola Salau then took to the table to battle for the mixed doubles title.

They came up against Madagascar's Fanirisoa Richia Randrianasolo and Erickson Spencer Diarra Rakotonirina.

Despite close scorelines, the Madagascan duo were unable to close out either of the sets as Samson and Salau pulled off a 12-9, 12-10 victory.

There was a chance for a second Nigerian gold medal as Oyemade and Samson combined to contest the men's doubles final.

It looked as if Oyemade may well get redemption as the pair stormed to a 12-6 win over Yassine and Youssef Sahli of Tunisia.

However, the home favourites were willed on by the crowd to 12-6 and 13-11 results in the subsequent sets as they completed a stunning comeback.