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Mangaia maintains overall medal tally lead

Wednesday 5 October 2022 | Written by CI News Staff | Published in Sports

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Mangaia maintains overall medal tally lead
Medal tally after day three. CISNOC

Mangaia has maintained their top position in the Cook Islands Games opens medal tally after day three competition yesterday (Wednesday).

The team leads with 16 gold, 10 silver and 10 bronze medals, amassing 120 points.

Aitutaki has jumped up to second spot with eight gold, 11 silver and 10 bronze medals and 83 points.

Atiu is placed third with nine gold, seven silver and eight bronze medals and 74 points.

Mangaia also leads in the youth and masters categories.

CISNOC

In the youth category, Mangaia leads on points – 115 – with 10 gold, 18 silver and 11 bronze medals followed by Aitutaki on 110 – 18 gold, five silver and five bronze medals. Aitutaki is placed third with eight gold, 11 silver and six bronze medals.

CISNOC

In the masters category, Mangaia leads with seven gold, three silver and six bronze medals and 50 points followed by Mitiaro with five gold, seven silver and four bronze medal and 50 points. Rarotonga is placed third with five gold, five silver and six bronze medals and 46 points.