The North Caledonian League is still on course to kick off in two weeks' time, despite the Highland League delaying the start of its season.
Season will not start on October 17.
Caithness rugby president George Sinclair admits the club has worries about travelling to away matches if coronavirus cases continue to rise.
Thurso will kick off their North Caledonian League campaign at home to Golspie before facing Halkirk United in a Caithness derby seven days later.
Wick Academy set to take on Thurso in friendly
Wick Academy won the tournament in 2015.
Thurso didn't play at The Dammies at all last season
Caithness derby to take place next month.
Youth football club Thurso United is inviting coaches to take part in a webinar being hosted by Hearts community manager Alan White.
The Highland League is holding a consultation process with all 17 clubs regarding participation in the 2020/21 Scottish Cup.
Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is cancelled.
Organisers of the Highland Amateur Cup say it is unlikely the tournament will go ahead in 2020 due to the lack of time available to play the ties.
Wick teenager Ross Gunn says going on loan from Caley Thistle to play a season in the Highland League with Fort William has made him a better player.
Brora Rangers will remain in the Highland League.
Steven Mackay dedicated his Highland League manager of the year award to his coaching team, saying Brora could not have won the title without them.
The Highland League says it would back a restructuring of the Scottish football set-up which would allow champions Brora to be promoted next season.
Promotion to and relegation from the Highland League could be implemented in time for next season.
North-west Sutherland could have a new football team in the North Caledonian League next season if their application is approved.
High Life Highland says it is closing all its facilities across the region.
Merlin Cinema closes as it follows Government guidelines.