NSF 2022: Delta State emerge overall winners, wins 7th consecutive title; as festival ends


By Sedara Oluwadara

It was ten days of sporting activities in Asaba the capital city of Delta state with fourteen thousand athletes competing for medals at the 21 National sports festival which began on Wednesday the 30th of November 2022, Sportgister.com.ng reports.

The hosts state finished top of the Medals Table with 648 medals, 320 Gold Medals, 200 Silver Medals, and 128 Bronze Medals.

Bayelsa State finished second with a total number of 337 medals, 132 Gold medals, 115 silver medals and 90 Bronze medals while Edo State finished third with 339 medals, 78 gold medals, 94 silver medals and 167 bronze medals.

Oyo state finished fourth on the log to set a record of winning 50 gold medals in a single national sports festival, the state won 163 medals, 51 silver and 62 bronze.

Lagos finished fifth with 172 medals, 41 gold medals, 57 silver medals and 74 bronze medals.Rivers, Kano, Ogun, FCT Abuja, Akwa Ibom are placed sixth to ten on the log table.

Zamfara state finished at the bottom of the log without winning a single medal.

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