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Husband and wife team Paul and Joanna Drinkhall have won gold in the mixed doubles in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
They beat Liam Pitchford and Tin-Tin Ho 3-2 in the all-English final.
Two North East athletes have qualified for the Quarter-Finals of the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles at the Commonwealth Games.
Paul Drinkhall, from Loftus, and his wife Joanna Drinkhall beat Canada 3-2. While Northallerton's Daniel Reed and his partner Kelly Sibley overcame Singapore with a 3-0 win.
But there was no Quarter-Final place for Stockton's Karina Le Fevre. The 21-year-old and her partner Sam Walker were beaten 3-2 by Australia in the Fourth Round.
The Mixed Doubles Quarter-Finals get underway at 4pm.