Aberdeen Synchronised Ice Skating Club had two reasons to celebrate at the Scottish championships.
The club’s Team Zariba, consisting of members aged 16 to 23, won the senior competition in the Trophy D’Ecosse at Dumfries Ice Bowl.
In the elementary section, the club’s Team Topaz, for ages 10 to 13, were the highest-placed Scottish representatives and second overall to Nottingham’s Icetastic.
Coach Sara Paterson said: “I had quite high hopes for Zariba because they are far more experienced but it was a massive shock for Topaz to do so well. They had finished sixth out of six in the British championships in January and it was mainly the same teams competing this time around. However, they did very well and we were delighted with such a high finish.
“That is the end of our season and over the summer months we will start on our new routines. You start again from scratch but it was very pleasing to end on a massive high.”