Organisers of the biggest LGBT sporting event in the UK have hailed the tournament a great success with record numbers attending.
More than 400 rugby players and supporters, plus an army of volunteers, descended on Percy Park in North Shields for the annual Hadrian Cup tens tournament.
It is hosted by the Newcastle Ravens, the North East's only LGBT inclusive rugby team.
The Hadrian Cup trophy has been taken back to Dublin after the mighty Emerald Warriors beat Caledonian Thebans in the final.
The Antinous Plate, the award in the development tier, was won by Aberdeen Taexali in an all-Scotland final against Glasgow Alphas.
The teams are part of International Gay Rugby (IGR) which promotes diversity and inclusivity in the sport, and encourages a friendly and welcoming environment for LGBT players.
For the first time the tournament was held across two experience levels with a development tier to accommodate the growing number of newer teams forming and joining the IGR.
Hadrian Cup was a featured event in Northern Pride's 6 month UK Pride campaign, in the run up to UK Pride 2020 in Newcastle in July.
Also present at the event were representatives from Newcastle City Council, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, Northumbria Police and the North East Ambulance Service.