Pacific athletes have won a total of 13 medals at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, split among six nations.
They also gained a silver in boxing.
Fiji won four medals overall, two of them in the rugby sevens, but there will be some disappointment that neither team could win their respective finals.
Weightlifting brought the only medals for Papua New Guinea and Nauru.
Vanuatu gained a bronze from beach volleyball, and Niue gained its first-ever Games medal since being able to compete since 2002, with a boxing bronze.
Full list of Pacific medals:
Silver: Fiji men’s rugby sevens team
Silver: Fiji women’s rugby sevens team
Bronze: Taniela Rainibogi, weightlifting men’s 96 kg
Bronze: Naibili Vatunisolo, women’s discus throw F44/64
Bronze: Maximina Uepa, weightlifting women’s 76 kg
Bronze: Duken Tutakitoa-Williams, boxing men’s heavyweight
Silver: Morea Baru, weightlifting men’s 61 kg
Gold:Don Opeloge, weightlifting men’s 96 kg
Silver: Vaipava Ioane, weightlifting men’s 67 kg
Silver: Jack Opeloge, weightlifting men’s 109 kg
Silver: Feagaiga Stowers, weightlifting women’s +87 kg
Silver: Ato Plodzicki-Faoagali, boxing heavyweight
Bronze: Miller Pata/Sherysyn, Toko Beach volleyball women’s
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This content originally appeared on Asia Pacific Report and was authored by APR editor.