Self-styled "Dublin folk miscreants" Lankum were the big winners at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards at Belfast's Waterfront Hall on Wednesday, winning two awards on the night.
Lankum were named Best Group, with the award presented to them by Irish music great Finbar Furey.
The quartet also won Best Original Track for their song The Granite Gaze, receiving the award from folk legend Ralph McTell.
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Lankum had been shortlisted for Best Album for their latest record, Between the Earth and Sky, but lost out to The Young'uns' Strangers on the night.
The show also saw Dónal Lunny receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award, which was presented to him by Van Morrison.
Best Traditional Track
Banks of Newfoundland by Siobhan Miller
Chris Stout & Catriona McKay
Musician of the Year
Best Original Track
The Granite Gaze by Lankum
Lifetime Achievement Award
Hall of Fame Inductee
Young Folk Award
Strangers by The Young'uns
Good Tradition Award
Armagh Pipers Club
Folk Singer of the Year