Welsh lamb leg steaks were the product which came under the spotlight, produced on farms supplying the ASDA LambLink scheme.
Having been expertly cooked, the steaks were tasted and scored by the panel led by celebrity chef, Dudley Newbery.
The judges commented on the tenderness, taste and succulence of the Welsh lamb.
Presenting the prizes, Alun Davies (AM), the Welsh Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and European Programmes, addressed the crowd.
The Deputy Minister congratulated ASDA and Welsh Country Foods for their support in promoting Welsh lamb.
He encouraged ASDA to further develop the marketing of Welsh lamb processed through Welsh Country Foods and stressed that the quality and integrity of Welsh lamb will deliver a fantastic product for its customers.
His praise of the Welsh sheep industry, and the role it plays in the Welsh rural economy, was appreciated by the assembled crowd of farmers and industry leaders.
Jim Viggars, Head Red Meat Trader for ASDA, was similarly impressed and full of praise for the Welsh farmers who are part of the ASDA LambLink scheme.
The competition winners received prize money, which had been generously donated by ASDA, further demonstrating their commitment to the production of top quality Welsh lamb.
HCC (Meat Promotion Wales) also presented a cut glass rose bowl to Mr Gareth Rowlands, the winning producer.
Through its LambLink scheme, which is delivered by Welsh Country Foods, ASDA is very keen to promote and support competitions such as these, as they give a unique opportunity to demonstrate to lamb farmers the importance of producing products that have the best meat eating qualities and which are so highly valued by consumers.
The details of the prize winners are listed below:
1ST - G.Rowlands, Bryndernog, Llanddeusant, Anglesey.
2ND - W.G.Roberts, Cwrt, Aberdaron, Pwllheli, Gwynedd.
3rd - D.V.Bebb, Gelli, Llanfair Cereinion, Nr Welshpool, Powys.