IN LAST week's edition of the County Press we provided two pages of medal-winning heroes for Team IOW at the Island Games in Guernsey — and here is a selection of images of the ones that missed our print deadline.

The shooting teams — clay and target — could not stop winning medals throughout the course of the games, claiming 23 in all out of the 38 won.

Jennie Cartwright and Dan Bishop made it four golds by winning the women's and men's English sporting individual clay events.

Dan's wife, Katie, won two team golds and an individual silver as they celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary during the games.

Sisters Shelley Sprack and Imogen Reed won plenty of medals between them in the target events — two of them as a pairing.

Imogen's husband, Matt, did likewise, winning individual medals and as a pairing with Perron Phipps.   

Of course, everyone who took part for TeamIOW played their part in their success, with a haul being the most achieved at an Island Games (away from the Isle of Wight) since 1999.  

There were some other notable medals wins — none bigger than that of man mountain, Nick Percy, who won discus gold with an Island Games record-breaking throw of 58.33m.

Nick beat the record by 1.10m, which was set by silver medallist, Jersey's Zane Duquemin, in 2015.

In swimming, Abigail Lacey won gold in the women's 100m individual medley by more than half a second — to add to her silver won earlier in the week.

The Island's half marathon team of Charlie Metcalfe, Holly Newton and Carly Scoble, were superb in winning gold, with Metcalfe also claiming individual silver in the same race.  

The sailing team — comprising Alex Downer, Noah Evans and twin brothers Charlie and Harry White — came up trumps with a silver medal in the team event, while the cycling team of Elvis Belton, Kevin Chant, Nicolas Hutchings, George Spooner and Joe Staunton, won bronze in the road race.

TeamIOW chairman, Kev Winchcombe, summed it up by saying: "We've achieved an outstanding haul of medals, along with many memorable achievements.

"Just seeing athletes compete to their best ability is simply inspiring. 

"The week was an amazing experience for everyone. Lots of memories were made, which will stay with us all for many years to come. It’s been emotional."