Seven members of the TUNA club stepped up to tackle the demanding Top of the Mourne triathlon - with glory across the relay section.
Francie Haughey, Sam Uprichard, Edward Cantley and Adrian Woolsey tackled the individual event - with Jason Wilson, Paul McManus and Jason Thompson on show across the relay.
Wilson posted the third fastest swim, McManus was 10th overall in the cycle split from a field of over 200 and Thompson wrapped up the 10-kilometre run in a winning overall time.
Haughey was strong across the swim for a post-three hour time alongside Cantley and Woolsey, with Uprichard on 2:51:26 overall.
The Tri-Limits Half-Iron event provided Ryan Rainey with a platform following months of preparation against domestic and international opposition.
The Tandragee athlete’s training programme proved effective as Rainey came home second overall at Eskragh Lough in 4:50:21 following a 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile cycle and half-marathon run.
Philip Castles was the first TUNA member across the line in the Tri Limits festival with a time of 1:01 over a 750-metre swim, 20-kilometre cycle and five-kilometre run.
He was followed home by Richard McCartney on 1:15 before Chris O’Carroll and Alfie Donnelly added to the TUNA tally at the finish line.
Adrian Woolsey’s focus on improving his time in the water produced a reward towards his 1:25 time.
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