19th NSF: Delta Leads With 97 Medals
Team Delta have continued to show their dominance over other states at the ongoing 19th National Sports Festival (NSF), and they have now gathered 97 medals as at Tuesday evening.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the official medals table released on Tuesday in Abuja shows Team Delta leading others with 46 gold, 22 silver and 29 bronze medals.
Rivers follow with 72 medals comprising 23 gold, 21 silver and 28 bronze while Edo displaced Kano with 43 medals of 13 gold, nine silver and 21 bronze medals.
Lagos also came from behind to stand at 48 medals of eight gold, 10 silver and 30 bronze while Oyo have 28 medals of seven gold, nine silver and 12 bronze.
Kano dropped four positions down with 26 medals of seven gold, nine silver and 10 bronze.
FCT dropped down one position with 16 medals of seven gold, two silver and seven bronze.
Abia have 23 medals of five gold, three silver and 15 bronze.
Bayelsa and Osun have 36 and 9 medals respectively, with each of them having four bronze each.
Bayelsa however have 20 silver and 12 bronze, while Osun have one silver and four bronze.
Akwa Ibom, however, moved from 23rd position to 11th position with 17 medals of three gold, eight silver and six bronze.
Imo followed with nine medals of three gold, one silver and five bronze.
Ogun and Ondo have two gold each, with seven silver and 17 bronze, and one silver and four bronze respectively.
Cross River have two gold and two bronze, Plateau have one gold, four silver and five bronze, while Kwara have one gold, four silver and three bronze.
Anambra have one gold, three silver and three bronze, Bauchi have one gold, one silver and two bronze, while Kebbi have one each of gold, silver and bronze.
Yobe have one gold and one silver, Enugu have one gold and one bronze, Nasarawa have four silver and two bronze, while Benue have one silver and one bronze.