Commonwealth Games stars Neil Fachie and Hannah Miley were among the main prizewinners at the Sport Aberdeen Awards at the Beach Ballroom.
Fachie, the 30-year-old para-cyclist, who surged to a brace of gold medals in the velodrome with his partner Craig MacLean was presented with Male Sports Achiever of the Year and Disability Athlete of the Year.
Meanwhile, Miley, the 25-year-old swimmer from Inverurie, who has enjoyed a stellar career in the pool was Female Sports Achiever of the Year.
She delighted her compatriots by soaring to gold in the 400m individual medley.
There was also recognition for Aberdeenshire CC, who won the Scottish championship after beating Ayr in the play-off final, and won Team of the Year.
The ice hockey stars of Aberdeen Lynx came out on top in the Club of the Year category.
There were a string of other notable winners at the glittering occasion.
Ian Latta, a tireless worker on behalf of north-east cricket and his beloved Aberdeenshire gained a Lifetime Achievement award.
Caroline Walker was also recognised for Outstanding Commitment in the sphere of netball.
And Laura Mahady collected Veteran Achiever of the Year for her unstinting commitment to athletics.
Ken and Joyce Hogg and Corinne Millar were Coach of the Year and Junior Coach of the Year.
Other winners on the night included Fin Bremner (Male Junior Achiever of the Year) and Morgan James (Female Junior Achiever of the Year).
In the educational realm, Middleton Park School was Primary School of the Year and Hazlehead Academy was Secondary School of the Year.
Congratulations to all of them.