It is the first time GB Para table tennis has achieved a European one-two.
Will Bayley failed to defended his European crown losing 3-1 to Ukraine's Mykhaylo Popov whilst GB's Sue Gilroy and Sara Head won bronze medals.
Gilroy was competing in women's class four and Head in women's class three.
Rob Davies was a semi-professional rugby player until he broke his neck playing the sport in 2005.
He originally dismissed table tennis as a 'girly sport', but was persuaded to play it by London Paralympic bronze medallist Sara Head as part of his rehabilitation and soon "got the bug."
The Welshman finished second at the 2011 European Championships and was delighted with his achievements this time around in the
- for wheelchair users with severe upper body impairments.
"It feels amazing to be European champion," he said.
"I've beaten all the guys who are ranked above me now this year so I'm very proud and pleased."
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