There was also a top performance from Claire Robertson (Flintshire), who just missed out on a bronze medal in the class 4 singles, losing in the fifth set of the play-off to finish fourth.
Youngster Kim Daybell (Sheffield) also performed well on his GB debut. The 15-year-old only narrowly missed out on qualifying for the Class 10 singles knock-out stage after beating the World No.9 in his qualification group match.
These top performances put the team in good stead ahead of the IPC European Table Tennis Championships, which take place in Kranska Gora, Slovenia from October 10 to 21.
The German Open took place in Wuppertal, Germany from September 12 to 16 and was an opportunity for Britain's table tennis players to improve their world ranking scores in order to gain qualification points ahead of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
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T: T R GeorgeJ: N D Fehily
T: Miss Amy MurphyJ: Jack Quinlan
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