Newly crowned Highland League champions Brora Rangers remain focused on stepping up to the next level of Scottish football, the club's chairman says.
Ending the Highland League season was "a no-brainer", according to Wick Academy chairman Pat Miller.
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Thurso booked their place in the last four of the North Caledonian Cup with a 4-0 quarter-final win against Bunillidh at the Naver all-weather pitch.
Halkirk manager Ewan McElroy is hoping it will be a case of third time lucky when his young guns take on North Caledonian Cup holders Invergordon.
Wick Academy's under-17s were not at their best but they did enough to see off Buckie Thistle at the Upper Bignold on Sunday.
Gary Manson wants his Wick Academy players to maintain the performance levels they showed at Brora on Saturday during the remainder of the campaign.
Brora player/manager Steven Mackay praised Greg Morrison for his three-goal haul against Wick, saying the 22-year-old was “unplayable at times”.
The 4-1 scoreline was emphatic in the end, but for much of the second half Wick Academy looked capable of taking at least a point against Brora.