Champion of Champion between winners of horse, cattle and sheep sections: Margaret MacKinnon Memorial Cup plus £100 from PK Nutrition; winner: Alexander MacDonald, Corriebhein.
Best fleece at show: Calum MacLeod Memorial Trophy; Winner: MacDonald girls, Bernisdale.
Cattle: Champion in Cattle Class The late John MacLeod of Macleod Trophy;Winner: Alexander MacDonald, Corriebhein; Reserve champion in cattle class: The late Ewen MacRae Shield; Winner: Willie MacPherson, Eynort; Best Calf: Alexander MacDonald, Corriebhein; Best Calf (opposite sex): Willie Nicolson, Glenconon; Best Cow (3 years old and over): Willie Nicolson, Glenconon; Best Cow (confined to crofters and small farmers): Willie Nicolson, Glenconon; Best Cow with Calf: Chris Campbell, Drynoch; Best Non Dairy Heifer in Calf: Willie MacPherson, Eynort; Best Heifer - 12 months or over: Peter Nicolson, Glenconon; Best Pair of Calves: Alexander MacDonald, Corriebhein; Best Native Breed: 1 Alexander MacDonald, 2 and 3 Willie MacPherson;
Crofter with Most Points in Cattle class: Willie MacPherson, Eynort.
Blackface sheep: Champion Home bred Blackface Sheep Mr and Mrs W Richmond Cup Winner: Neil Montgomery, Ose; Best Blackface Ewe in Milk: Neil Montgomery, Ose; Best Blackface Female: Neil Montgomery, Ose; Best Blackface Tup: Kenny MacIntosh, Dunvegan.
Cheviot sheep: Champion Home Bred Cheviot Sheep The late Mrs O Martin Cup; Winner: Angus Beaton, Gesto; Angus also won: Best Ewe in Milk, Best Female Best Lamb, Best Tup, Best Pen of Three Milk Ewes, Best Pen of Three Gimmers, Best Pen of Three Lambs all in the Cheviot section; Best Group of Ewe, Gimmer and Ewe lamb: Jamie MacKinnon, Struan.
Sheep - special prizes: Champion in sheep classes Dunvegan Hotel Cup Winner: Angus Beaton, Gesto; Reserve Champion in Sheep Classes The late Audrey Martin Shield Winner: Neil Montgomery, Ose; Best Cheviot: Billy MacIntosh, Dunvegan; Best Sheep (Any other Breed): Mary Montgomery, Braes; Best Lamb at Show: Angus Beaton, Gesto; Best Tup at Show: John Angus MacCusbic, Totarder; Best Ewe, any breed with Twins: Angus Munro, Eabost West; Best Hand Reared Lamb: Kirsty Leitch, Uiginish; Butcher’s Pen: Kenny MacIntosh, Dunvegan; Taylor Cup for Crofter with most points: Billy MacIntosh, Dunvegan.
Adult art: Picture of Animal, Flower or Skye Scene: Wilding Cup 1 Linda Jackson; 2 Ann Salter; 3 Linda Jackson; Sketch any subject: 1 Sam Nicolson,; 2 Mairi MacLeod; 3 Linda Jackson. Adult photography: Photograph of any aspect of Skye Ann Trimmer Shield: 1 Andy Stables; 2 Thomas O’Brien; 3 Michael Cullen.
Children’s competitions, photography: Photograph of Any Subject Ann Trimmer Cup Winner: Louise McColl; Photograph of a Pet Andrew Taylor Cup Winner: Ruairidh MacLeod. Best young cook at show: Three Chimneys Prize Winner; Kathleen MacDonald.
Handicrafts: Most Points in handicraft
section The Late Mrs Stewart Cup Winner: Linda Jackson; Best Hand Knitted Exhibit Paton and Baldwin Shield Winner: Ann Salter;Best Exhibit in classes one to 11 Jean Buchan Memorial Cup Winner: Mandy Boswell; Best Exhibit in Classes 12 to 22 Clachan Gael Voucher Winner: Irene Owen; Best Article of Crochet Margaret MacKinnon Cup Winner: Denise McColl; Best Handspun, Woven or Knitted Garment Shilasdair Yarn Winner: Ann Salter.
Home produce: Winner of Most Points Dunvegan SWRI Cup Winner: Alison Stables; Best Exhibit in Home Produce Fasgadh Stores Prize Winner: Catherine Matheson; Best Clootie Dumpling Jessie Khaliq Shield Winner: Shona MacDonald.
Horticulture: Most Points Sligachan Challenge Cup Winner: Andy Stables; Best Potatoes Ardmore Memorial Trophy Winner: Andy Stables; Best Pot Plant: Michael Cullen. Flower arrangements: The Late Mary MacDonald Challenge Cup Winner: Maggie Walker, Dunvegan.
Children’s music competitions: Guitar 5 - 8 years; 1 Jake Bold, Dunvegan; 2 Tim Nicolson, Kilmuir. Guitar 9 – 12 years; 1 Sophie Holmes, Portree; 2 Rebecca Collins, Dunvegan; 3 Kai Purdy, Portree; Most Points and winner of Trophy donated by Reverend Ted Redhead: Jake Bold.
Wind Instrument; 5 - 8 years; 1 Charlie Latton, Portree; 2 Catherine Robertson, Dunvegan; 3 Joshua Taylor, Portree; Wind Instrument 9 -12 years; 1 Rebecca Collins, Dunvegan; 2 Lola Bold, Dunvegan; 3 Mhairi Gillies, Portree; Most Points and winner of trophy donated by Bill and Shirley Richmond; Rebecca Collins.