Alex John Morrison from Westside on Lewis, was the winner of the 16-18 boys prescribed solo.
Alice MacMillan (12) from Point was the winner of the fiddle competition and also the girls solo traditional U-13.
Catriona Watt from Back was the winner of the girls16-18 solo prescribed.
Claire Whyman from Back was the winner of the senior elementary clarsach. This was Canadian Claire's first ever competition.
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Endinburgh cool dudes from Bun sgoil Taobh na Pairce and conductress Jackie Cotter.
Fiona Bell from Dunblane was the winner of the Lawrence MacDuff Cup for clarsach.
Finlay MacLennan from Inverness was the boys traditional solo U-13 winner and second in the fiddle competition.
The first Mod for the newly formed Coisir Eilean an Fraoich with conductress Avril Allen.
Hannah Jane MacLeod (6) from Lennoxtown won the Rev Donald Stewart (Duntulm) Memorial Quaich for poetry and also solo singing 5-6. Hannah Jane's mum is from Kilmuir and her dad is from Uig, Lewis.
Marion MacCorquodale from Sollas North Uist, was the winner of the 13-15 conversation.
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Iseabel MacRae (9) a pupil at Portree ps was runner-up in the clarsach beginners comp.
Molly Fox , a member of Clan Throndairnis, was the winner of the traditional sgeulachd 11-12.
Gaelic Learner of the Year, Carmine Colajezzi.
Clan Throndairnis - Molly Fox was the winner of the traditional sgeulachd 11-12 and Seumas Campbell was runnrt-up in th traditional singing U-13.
Sgoil MhicNeacail swept the boards in the senior choir events on Tuesday.
Erin Gillies proudly holds the Jonathan MacDonald, Kilmuir, Trophy for precenting, while fellow Clann Throndairnis members, Ross MacLeod and Megan MacIver were second and third respectively.
Prince Charles offers some words of encouragement to five year old dancer Ellie Rose Laurie from Harris.
Ruairidh Gray from Daliburgh was second in the former prize winners , singing and storytelling.
Ruairidh Gray from Daliburgh was runner-up in the former prize winners competitions for singing and storytelling.