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Unofficial count: Jasper, Marist lead medal tally

RASHNEEL KUMAR
Saturday, April 26, 2014

Update: 2:28PM DEFENDING girls' champion Jasper Williams has regained the lead in the Coca-Cola Games medal tally.

The Lautoka school now leads with eight gold, seven silver while ACS is placed second on seven gold and 10 silver medals.

St Joseph's Secondary School has six gold and two silver medals.

In the boys' division, Marist Brothers High School maintains it lead on 13 gold and nine silver followed by Natabua High School on 10 gold and two silver medals.

QVS is third on six gold and 11 silver while Suva Grammar School has five gold and five silver medals.

This is the unofficial medal tally as of 2pm.








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