Papua New Guinea lead the gold medal count by double digits from nearest rivals New Caledonia and Tahiti, as the Pacific Games reaches the halfway point.
Meanwhile at the other end of table there was also some winning moments for Cook Islands and Tuvalu.
PNG, Nauru and Samoa each won two gold medals in power-lifting, with the hosts taking out nine of the sixteen events over two days.
One of those went to Telupe Iosefa, who created history by winning Tuvalu's first ever Pacific Games gold medal.
Cook Islands claimed their first gold of the Games in the women's Va'a V1 marathon, with Tahiti taking out the men's event.
PNG's Ryan Pini and New Caledonia's Lara Grangeon added to their gold medal collections in the pool.
Meanwhile Tahiti were too strong in the men's and women's table tennis finals, Fiji claimed double gold in rugby sevens, Samoa pipped PNG in the mixed team touch final and New Caledonia prevailed in singe-barrel mixed shooting.
The Pacific Games continue over the weekend with swimming, Va'a and women's cricket wrapping up today.
The rugby league nines kick-off in the afternoon, with the basketball and open water swimming finals tomorrow.