Grange ploughman Ian McDonald was crowned cream of the crop at the Grampian Supermatch.
The contest, which competitors qualify for by winning at other ploughing matches in the north-east, took place at Puddlecroft near Maud.
“We had some light showers which made things a little bit tricky for competitors, but as they have been used to these conditions all through the league matches they coped very well,” said Grampian Supermatch Ploughing Association secretary Alison Ironside.
“There was a good display of first-class ploughing.”
Mr McDonald took the overall championship after triumphing in the conventional section.
He also won the prize for the plot with the straightest furrows.
The reserve overall award went to former world and Scottish champion Dave Carnegie from Laurencekirk, who led the reversible section.
The overall vintage winner was Alistair Davidson from Maud.
The match also featured a working demonstration from world champion horse ploughman Jim Elliot.