The top prize at the Angus Sports Awards passed from one brother to another at the Reid Hall in Forfar.
Bowler Ryan Burnett was named Sports Personality of the Year, 12 months after his elder brother, Darren, won the title.
Ryan, of Arbroath and District Indoor Bowling Club and Carnoustie West End Bowling Club, had an exceptional 2015, the pinnacle of which was winning the Under-25 World Junior Championship in Australia.
Partnering Darren, he won the Scottish Indoor Bowling Association’s pairs title and was one of the skips in the unbeaten international team that won the British Isles U-25 series.
He was also promoted to the Scotland international team in June, winning his first full cap.
Grace Duncan, who represented Great Britain in the ball-game bocce at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, collected the Sports Personality of the Year award for people with a disability.
It was her first international competition and she secured gold in singles and pairs for the GB team.
Young Sports Personality of the Year went to Niamh Scott Harper of Loch Tummel Sailing Club and Royal Tay Yacht Club.
Niamh was crowned the Junior World Champion topper sailor at the Topper Worlds held in Italy last year and went on to finish third in the overall open championships. She also took the title of female champion at the same event.
Tayside Special Olympics was Team of the Year. Seven athletes, seven coaches and one unified partner from Angus were included in the Great Britain squad that took part in the Special Olympics Summer Games.
They came home with a haul of three gold, five silver and five bronze medals.
Bob Cassidy of Tayside Special Olympics was named Coach of the Year and the service to sport award went to Laura Smith of Tayside Special Olympics.
Club Volunteer of the Year was Grant Hutchison of Brechin Buccaneers Cricket Club.
School Sport Volunteer of the Year went to Jonathon Simmons-Riach of Lochside Primary in Montrose.
Photo by Angus Pictures