The championship was awarded to Ian Lammie, Longhouse Farm, Cumnock for a trio of 43kg Texels that realised £170 each, or 395.3p per kg.
The reserve ticket went to A Templeton, Low Drumclog Farm, Strathaven for a pen of 50kg Blackfaces that went on to fetch £145, or 290.1p per kg.
In the commercial ring, the 1855 prime lambs not entered in the show sold to £87 per head and 185.4p per kg to average 157.9p (+4.9p).
There were also 569 cast sheep forward with heavy ewes fully £4-£6 sharper on the week and selling to £116 for Texels, while light ewes sold to £58 for Blackfaces.
John Swan Ltd sold 48 prime bullocks in St Boswells yesterday to a top of 239p per kg and an average of 208.9p (-2.2p on the week), while 30 prime heifers peaked at 234p and levelled at 206.8p (-2.5p). Four young bulls sold to 217p and averaged 200.5p.
In the rough ring 42 beef-type OTM cattle averaged 142.4p (+4.8p).
The firm also sold 2740 prime lambs to average 158.1p per kg (-2.1p), while 566 cast sheep levelled at £59.37 (+£11.18).
Wallets Marts held their fortnightly sale of OTM cattle in Castle Douglas yesterday when seven OTM bullocks averaged 161.8p and 2 OTM heifers levelled at 151p.
Thirty-seven cows averaged 117.1p and six bulls levelled at 129p.