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Unofficial tally: Marist, St Joseph's top medal count

By RASHNEEL KUMAR
Saturday, April 26, 2014

Update: 12:45PM MARIST Brothers High School maintains the lead in the boys' division of the Coca-Cola Games.

The defending champion has so far managed to grab 10 gold and six silver medals.

Natabua is second on six gold and two silver while QVS is third with five gold and seven silver medals.

In the girls' category, St Joseph's Secondary School leads with five gold and one silver while ACS is second on four gold and seven silver medals.

Defending champions Jasper Williams has four gold and five silver medals.

This is the unofficial medal tally as of 12 noon.








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