Thurso manager Stevie Reid is convinced his young Wick Academy trio will reap the benefits of being involved in the North Caledonian League this term.
More than 70 youngsters were put through their paces by a pair of ex-Rangers and Scotland stars at a two-day coaching session in Thurso.
It was a busy weekend for Caithness Riding Club with competitions getting back under way at the indoor school in Halkirk.
Wick Golf Club marked its 150th anniversary with the Sesquicentennial Open on Sunday, sponsored by Brough Consultancy.
PICTURES: Banger racing enthusiasts wallowed in mud, glorious mud as they competed for honours in Sunday's action-packed derby at Mid Clyth.
Thurso firefighters will put their football skills to the test in a showpiece fundraising match against a team of Rangers legends next year.
Gary Manson will not be adding his voice to calls for the Highland League to switch to summer, as he feels the drawbacks would outweigh any benefits.
Thurso Golf Club's September Series – a mini summer league played over the nine-hole course – was very popular with almost 300 rounds being played.
Sandy Cumming won the final round of the Thurso EGGS summer competitions, with Jim Farquhar taking overall victory.
Despite very wet weather conditions at the weekend Caithness branch of the Pony Club held its first competition since lockdown.
Craig Gunn kept up his run of goals in pre-season friendlies as Wick Academy saw off an Orkney AFA select in a constant downpour at Harmsworth Park.
Halkirk United manager Ewan McElroy gave credit to a much-improved Bonar Bridge side after his team ran out 4-2 winners in a friendly on Saturday.
Local event rider Emma Coghill has enjoyed a great season with her latest outing being the icing on the cake after a win in the novice section.