A Dingwall man has been presented with the Scottish Highland Games Association’s athlete of the year award.
Between May and September, the organisation held more than 60 Highland Games throughout Scotland.
In addition to the numerous prizes awarded at each of the individual gatherings, they also held leagues across all the various disciplines and events, for males and females, seniors and juniors.
On Sunday, Fraser MacDonald picked up the Athlete of the Year award at the association’s annual award ceremony in Glenrothes.
Mr Macdonald, who had got married just three days before the event, has been competing at north Highland Games for 20 years.
He also won the separate Highland Area Highland Games Association’s League for 2019.
And his new wife, Stephanie, picked up the Women’s Jumps League Award.
Overall, 100 awards were presented to the various heavies, track and field athletes, cyclists and tug of war teams at the ceremony.
Among the other recipients was male middle-distance races winner Ewen Bradley, from Inverness.
The Senior Cycling League award was won by Charles Fletcher of Grantown.
Aberdeen athletes also won their fair share of awards.
Stewart Clark won the Male Jumps League award while Reubans Thomson won the Junior Cycling League, and the Youth Cyclist of the Year was won by Isaac Small.