Andrii Demchuk won the men's sabre category A competition at the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Eger ©Ukraine Paralympic Fencing Team/ Facebook

Ukraine's Andrii Demchuk prevailed in the men's sabre category A competition on the final day of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Eger.

Demchuk, who took bronze in the men's foil category A earlier this week, convincingly beat Russia's Viktor Dronov 15-5 in the final.

Richárd Osvath of Hungary, who won the foil A competition, finished third while fourth place was claimed by Maxim Shaburov of Russia.

In the second men's competition today, the sabre category B tournament, Alessio Sarri of Italy prevailed.

Sarri defeated Adrian Castro of Poland in the final.

Clinching third place was Albert Kamalov of Russia after he defeated compatriot Alexandr Kurzin.

Women's competition also concluded today with Yevheniia Breus of Ukraine claimed gold in the sabre A category.

She silenced the home crowd by beating Amarilla Veres of Hungary 15-13 in the final.

Nataliia Morkvych, another Ukrainian, took third place while Nino Tibiashvili of Georgia finished in fourth.

Beatrice Vio led Italy to team gold this afternoon ©IWAS Fencing/Twitter
Beatrice Vio led Italy to team gold this afternoon ©IWAS Fencing/Twitter

In the final category of singles action in Eger, Poland reigned supreme.

Patrycja Hareza was victorious in the women's sabre B competition after she beat compatriot Jadwiga Pacek 15-12 in the final.

Ukraine completed the top four with Nadia Doloh in third and Olga Yesina in fourth.

There was also a men's team epée competition and women's foil team competition today.

Italy, led by Beatrice Vio, took gold in the women's foil event. 

The team of Vio, Andrea Mogos and Loredana Trigilia defeated Hungary 45-42 in the final.

Hong Kong defeated France in the bronze medal match 45-44.

Russia were the victors in the men's team event, after they overcame Italy 45-30 in the gold medal match.

Poland narrowly secured third place with 45-42 win over France.