The Greens are looking to put a wretched season behind them by savouring a run in the National Shield, having been drawn away to Carnoustie.
Caithness Krakens' dispatch of a second set of Valkyries, this time Bannockburn, has set up the National Plate group decider against Lochaber.
The Krakens are on the road on Saturday when they meet Bannockburn, following on from their opening 116-0 rout against Dundee Valkyries 2nd XV.
Caithness Krakens ran in 18 tries in what was for the neutral an unedifying mismatch against Dundee Valkyries 2nd XV in their National Plate opener.
This season's run of postponements in Caley 1 is making life very difficult for the Greens, according to the club's head coach Cameron Boyd.
Caithness head coach Cameron Boyd can call on a near full-strength squad when RAF Lossiemouth visit Thurso in the North Conference of Caley 1.
Head coach Cameron Boyd is looking forward to watching Caithness 2nd XV in action this weekend as they bid to get back to winning ways at Millbank.
Cold water has been poured on a proposal to extend Dounreay’s travel-to-work area to include Orkney.
The manner of the 18-17 loss to Highland 2nd XV at Millbank in Caley 1 was a bitter pill to swallow for the Caithness players and coaching team.
The Greens suffered late disappointment at Millbank when a length-of-the-park try condemned them to an 18-17 defeat against Highland 2nd XV.
Saturday turned out to be yet another let-down for the Greens as their scheduled first match of 2024, at home to Ellon, fell victim to heavy rain.
The Krakens, the Caley North Region 2 runners-up, will begin their National Plate campaign next month against Dundee Valkyries 2nd XV at Millbank.
Ellon are scheduled to first-foot the Greens in a Caley 1 fixture this weekend, the first in a run of five successive matches at Millbank.
Women's rugby made its festive season debut when the Krakens entertained an Exiles/Students XV at Millbank on Tuesday.
The Exiles/Students came out on top in the annual Boxing Day clash for the Sinclair Cadzow Trophy.
Rugby lovers will be making a beeline for Millbank on Tuesday for the annual Greens v Exiles/Students clash as well as a women's 10-a-side match.
The Greens' Christmas party on Saturday evening was given extra pizzazz after they chalked up their first victory on their travels this season.
Caithness put the frustrations of their stop-start season behind them with a richly deserved triumph over North Conference leaders Aberdeenshire.
Ken Nicol called it “an honour and a privilege” to be named as Scottish ClubSport’s 2023 Caithness service to sport winner.
Golf, badminton, swimming and horse riding were in the spotlight at Caithness Sports Council's annual awards ceremony held at North Shore Surf Club.