Ryan Farquhar suffered a wrist injury in practice on Saturday
Ryan Farquahar continued his excellent form at the Manx Grand Prix by winning the Senior Classic Race for the third year in a row on Wednesday afternoon.
The Dungannon rider took his opening victory of the meeting at the Post-Classic four-stroke class on Tuesday.
Earlier on Wednesday, Randalstown rider Stephen McIlvenna triumphed in the four-lap Junior race.
Ryan Kneen held an eight-second lead after the opening lap but Mulvenna surged clear on the second lap.
Mulvenna secured victory by six seconds from Kneen with David Lumsden completing the podium places.
The Dungannon rider overcame the pain of a wrist injury sustained in a crash in practice to come home more than three minutes ahead of Guy Martin in Tuesday's Post-Classic four-stroke class.
Lisburn man Brian Mateer won Tuesday's Post-Classic two-stroke event on a Yamaha.
To complete a good Tuesday for the Northern contingent, Portadown's David Mulligan was third in the Newcomers Race A.
Farquhar has now clinched six career victories at the Manx Grand Prix.
Davy Morgan finished third in Friday's Lightweight Manx Grand Prix, which was won by Daniel Sayle.