The club's many marathoners were in action in Athlone at the week-end putting themselves to the test over the half distance.
In hotter than expected conditions, Sligo AC had the second biggest club representation for the Flatline event.
The club's top nine male finishers all made it under 1.30 with the highest placed being Seamus Somers, an excellent 19th in 1.16.46.
Lucy Brennan was first female over 50 in 1.27.56 while Mari Johnston, this year's female Road Race League winner, was 2nd over 40 in 1.29.25.
Second male home for the club was Michael O'Connell in 1.22.21 followed in third by Rory Kelly in 1.23.08.
Fourth was Damien Kennedy in 1.23.31, fifth was Conal Sexton in 1.24.47, sixth- Declan Foley in 1.28.54, seventh- Paul Deering in 1.29.17, eighth-Nicky Davey in 1.29.50, ninth- Michael Clancy in 1.29.53 and tenth Conor Healy in 1.38.14.
The club's top ten female finishers were:
Lucy Brennan (1.27.56), Mari Johnston (1.29.25), Roseanne Mitchell (1.34), Deirdre Deering (1.40.03), Linda Higgins (1.47.58), Fionnuala Silke (1.51.56), Pauline Henry (1.51.13) Vanessa Foley (1.54.28), Triona O'Dowd Hill (1.58.37), Aisling Gillen (1.59.10) and Sarah McCaffrey (1.59.25).
Full results are on precision timing.
The next big race on the calendar is the ten mile Coast to Coast challenge on September 29th which again will see the club out in full force. It will be an ideal preparation for the Dublin City Marathon or the upcoming cross country season.