Tonga’s Ata Maama Tuutafaiva secured the gold medal while New Caledonia’s Ashley Bologna grabbed the silver.
Cook Island’s Tereapii Tapoki picked up the bronze medal.
Tuutafaiva collected the gold with a throw of 14.95 metres.
New Caledonia with a 14.53 metre and Cook Islands with a 12.75 metres throw.
Speaking to the Van2017 News Service, Tuutafaiva said she was very happy of winning a gold medal for her country.
“This is my first time to win a gold medal in a Mini-games. And I am very proud and happy for it,” she said.