Jack Bilton and Sophie Martin turned one on for Gosling Creek spectators on Sunday.
With Orange Triathlon Club hosting the latest round of Central West Inter-Club action, it was two of the home club's brightest talents who stole the show.
Bilton and Martin won the men's and women's super sprints, giving Orange a commanding lead in the series.
Both athletes entered the competition as major contenders and Bilton said the goal when he arrived was to put his best foot forward.
"I came here today with a bet of a fire in my belly," Bilton said.
"I was in prime position at Bathurst on Australia Day and then my bike had a mechanical issue. I really wanted to perform well here."
Bilton clocked a time 1:04:34, while Gareth Fuller and Mark Windsor and finished second and third respectively, with times of 1:03:33 and 1:04:09.
Bilton got himself out to a lead in the water but one of his adversaries stuck it to him when they reached the bike leg.
"Mark Windsor, the beast... he came flying past me and that put a bit of worry in me," he said.
"I had about 100 metres to make up on him but I knew I had a really good run leg in me and I overtook him about 500 metres in.
"From then, I tried to steady into a rhythm for 4.5 kilometres and I was able to do that."
Martin passed the post eight minutes after Bilton did, clocking a time of 1:10:36.
The victory was her second in-a-row as she blitzed the competition on Australia Day at Bathurst.
"I wanted to do well in this race because I know the course well, which is probably an advantage," she said.
"I found it a bit hard in the swim. I was trying to draft off people but I ended up having to swim by myself which was a bit harder."
Dubbo Triathlon Club's Melissa Mertens continued her consistent form by finishing fifth in the women's event.