Inverness and Fortrose jointly hosted the Highland Senior Badminton Championships last weekend.
The event saw 93 players from across the country take part in two days of action.
The doubles competition took place at the Inverness Royal Academy on Saturday.
Edinburgh Badminton Academy duo Britt Ashton and Liselotte van Balen have been crowned women’s double winners by upsetting number one seeds Badminton Scotland duo Orion Jodie Harris and Brooke Stalker 21-7, 22–24, 21 –4.
Emma Donald and Rachel Maclean won the Consolation Cup beating Carole Begg and Lynne Campbell in straight sets 21–12, 21–17.
In men’s doubles, Senior Development Squad Wing Club duo Kenneth Cheung and Calum Flockhart, who were the first seeds, won the title over Martyn Cook and Mark Mackay in straight sets 21–15 21–10.
Rory Cooper and James Williamson won the Consolation Cup beating Greg Broadbent and Jonathan Fyfe 21–11, 21–9.
The mixed doubles final saw Caithness duo Mark Mackay and Shona Mackay beat Calum Flockhart and Brooke Stalker 21–10, 23–21.
Tommy Ballantine and Emma Work won the Consolation Cup beating Frazer Mcculloch and Lauren Smith 21–15, 21–17.
The Singles Championships were held at the Black Isle Leisure Center in Fortrose where Mark Mackay of Caithness was crowned Men’s Champion beating Jordan Edgar of County Badminton Club 21–12, 21–8.
Greg Broadbent won the Consolation Cup beating Callum Craig 21–16, 16–21, 21–15.
Emma Donald of Kinloss won the women’s title beating Shona Mackay of Caithness 19–21, 21–19, 21–14.
Orkney’s Rebecca Reid beat Rachel Macdonald of Kinghorn 21–7, 21–15 to win the Consolation Cup.