The plates were flying during a modified discus event.
Tokyo may have postponed its games due to Covid-19, but the 2020 Amberlea Olympics in Algies Bay proceeded exactly as planned.
The rest home residents competed in events that included discus throwing, quoits, indoor bowls and golf.
Activity coordinator Mandy Fraider says the athletes have shown their competitive streak, checking the leaderboard for daily updates.
Bags of lollies were up for grabs at the conclusion of the sporting series.
Instead of different countries, the seniors have been assigned into iconic towns of New Zealand including “Roto-vegas” and “City of Sails”.
Amberlea holds themed events each month with recent hits including a winter festival and autumn barn dance.
The rest home is about to undergo a renovation including the addition of a new wing.