EIGHT Caithness teams are left in the Gow Lybster Ltd Highland Amateur Cup after what was a successful round for CAFA clubs.
Defending champions Wick Groats defeated Helmsdale United 3-1 at Upper Bignold to set up a titanic clash with huge rivals Pentland United who were pushed all the way in their 2-1 victory over Thurso Swifts at The Dammies.
There will be two more Caithness derbies in the next round when High Ormlie Hotspur take on Lybster and Wick Thistle will face Staxigoe United.
Castletown will face Brora Wanderers at Back Park after beating Keiss 6-0 and Thurso Acks will host Culbokie after they beat Francis Street Club 4-0.
Round One results (Caithness and Sutherland section only)
Castletown 6 Keiss 0
Dornoch City 1 Lybster 8
Francis Street Club 0 Thurso Academicals 4
High Ormlie Hotspur 1 Golspie Stafford 1 (HOH win 3-2 on pens)
John O' Groats 0 Wick Thistle 6
Lairg Rovers 6 FC Retro 0
Thurso Pentland 0 Staxigoe United 6
Thurso Swifts 1 Pentland United 2
Tongue United 1 Brora Wanderers 3
Wick Groats 3 Helmsdale United 1
Last 32 draw (Caithness teams in bold)
Castletown v Brora Wanderers
High Ormlie Hotspur v Lybster
Thurso Academicals v Culbokie
Wick Groats v Pentland United
Wick Thistle v Staxigoe United
Ardersier v NMM Sams
Avoch v Carloway
Hill Rovers v Ness
ICM Electrical v Lairg Rovers
Iochdar Saints v Kirkwall Hotspurs
Kirkwall Thorfinn v Kirkwall Rovers
Point v Maryburgh
Polonia v IRN Security
Stornoway Athletic v Rendall
Tomatin v Kyleakin
(Ties to be played on Saturday, June 3)