Manager Tom McKenna insists Wick Academy's previous good form against Strathspey Thistle will count for nothing when the sides meet this weekend.
Halkirk United boss Ewan McElroy said his team could have no complaints after being well beaten at home by Invergordon in the North Caledonian League.
Thurso hold off determined Bunillidh Thistle challenge to win 4-1
Demotion to the Caledonia League looms large as Caithness suffer 114-0 thrashing at Ardrossan
Wick Groats celebrated their all-conquering campaign in style at their annual end-of-season awards night in the Seaforth Highlanders' Club.
A Caithness councillor has said he could not support any future plan Highland Council might have to implement parking charges in Wick.
Jack Henry's late show earns Academy a 1-1 draw at Deveronvale
First half of Wick Academy's Highland League campaign is mirroring that of two years ago
Rampant Halkirk United were on cloud nine as they got their Football Times Cup campaign off to a flying start.
Thurso boss Stevie Reid insists youngsters will continue to be given a chance in the cup competitions despite last weekend's home loss to Golspie.
Caithness finally savoured the sweet smell of success as they ended their barren streak with victory against Perthshire at Millbank.
Eight-year-old follows in author mum's footsteps
Jamie Stone has slammed Conservative Party plans to introduce a nurse tax on European Union workers.
Jamie Stone has backed the Women Against State Pension Inequality group which is fighting to be compensated for money owed to retired women.
McKenna admits players are deflated following home loss to Fraserburgh
Poor display sees Scorries lose 2-0 to title contenders Fraserburgh
Bridge incident ensures Halkirk mountain runner fails in attempt to add world championship title to World Cup Series crown
Continuity will be central to Wick Academy digging themselves out of their mini-rut, boss Tom McKenna insists.
Halkirk United boss Ewan McElroy said he was proud of his battling Anglers despite their 3-1 home loss to Orkney.
Manager Stevie Reid admitted last weekend's North Caledonian League thumping at Golspie Sutherland was like watching "two different Thursos".