Lasha Bekauri, left, beat his compatriot Luka Maisuradze for men's under-90kg gold ©Getty Images

The final day of the Judo World Masters saw two sets of compatriots battle it out for titles in a thrilling end to the action in Hungary.

A repeat of this year's World Championships final was in store in the men's under-90-kilograms final as Georgians Luka Maisuradze and Lausha Bekauri went head-to-head at the Papp László Arena in Budapest.

Olympic gold medallist Bekauri took revenge over the 25-year-old Maisuradze, who is also the reigning European champion, with a victory in golden score.

The final was a cagey affair and saw little action in regulation time which ended with both athletes on two penalties each.

Maisuradze then slipped up for a final time as he was given a third shido which saw him disqualified.

Bronze medals went the way of Frenchman Alexis Mathieu and Uzbekistan's Davlat Bobonov who got the better of Italy's Christian Parlati and Erlan Sherov of Kyrgyzstan.

The women's over-78kg title battle pitted Frenchwomen Romane Dicko and Julia Tolofua against one another.

It was Tokyo 2020 team champion Dicko that prevailed courtesy of superior gripping skills.

It took her just two minutes and 45 seconds to outmanoeuvre her opponent and eventually win via a penalty elimination.

Dicko and Tolofua's countrywoman Coralie Hayme failed to join them on the podium as she lost to China's Xu Shiyan who amassed two waza-ari in the first bronze medal-match.

South Korean Kim Ha-yun overcame an early waza-ari from Dutchwoman Karen Stevenson to snatch the other bronze with a stunning ippon.

Israel's Inbar Lanir prevented another French gold as she dispatched Madeleine Malonga inside the first minute in the women's under-78kg final.

Fanyn Estelle Posvite ensured France were at least represented on the podium by beating The Netherlands' Lieke Derks while Ukrainian Yelyzaveta Lytvynenko joined her following victory against South Korea's Lee Jeong-yun.

Tajikistan's Temur Rakhimov was subjected to a second consecutive final loss in the men's over-100kg.

The number one seed suffered defeat to Martti Puumalainen who became Finland's first Masters medallist.

The pair were accompanied on the podium by bronze medallists Tatsuru Sato of Japan and Georgian Gela Zaalishvili.

A double waza-ari saw Muzaffarbek Turoboyev of Uzbekistan pip Peter Paltchik of Israel to men's under-100kg glory after a minute and four seconds.

Ilia Sulamanidze secured another Georgian medal while Kyle Reyes of Canada also won bronze.