The Anglers moved up to fourth after an early double by James Mackintosh and a debut goal from Kieran MacGregor helped them to a 3-1 win at Alness.
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.
Wick High School hosted teams from Netball Orkney and Thurso High School S1 for an event at which the emphasis was on getting together for enjoyment.
Jordan Oag of Smiddy "2" hit three maximums, a 130 checkout and a 15-dart leg in a cracker against Castletown in Wick and District Darts League.
Caithness Krakens' dispatch of a second set of Valkyries, this time Bannockburn, has set up the National Plate group decider against Lochaber.
Round 13 of the Caithness Small Bore Rifle Association league had four shooters with maximums – S Nicolson, D Wilson, R Spence and R C Meiklejohn.
Halkirk United will go up to fourth in the North Caledonian League if they can take maximum points from their trip to Alness United on Wednesday.
Wick Academy's 3-0 victory over Lossie underlined how strong their home form has been in the Highland League this season, according to Gary Manson.
Gary Manson admits Wick Academy didn't do themselves justice at Lossiemouth earlier this season, so they'll be determined to make amends on Saturday.
Wick-born boxer James Paterson has claimed another Scottish title – and is hoping to turn professional in the near future.
The Vikings' hopes of a run in the North Caledonian Cup came to nothing after they had two men sent off in the first half against Clachnacuddin "A".
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.
Organisers of a kids' coaching weekend in Thurso said it was a "huge honour" to have three former Aberdeen stars taking part.