The firm and fiery conditions coupled with warm weather provided the platform for some excellent scoring during the most recent golf action at Reay.
Rounds 17 and 18 of Thurso Golf Club's A&A Mackay summer league were played last week with William Shearer featuring prominently on both occasions.
DFFA members returned to Loch Watten last Wednesday in the hope that fishing had improved since their previous event four days earlier.
Castletown karting competitor Jack Ryan enjoyed a successful weekend in the Golspie Open, emerging as a clear winner in the Junior Max section.
Andrew “Hamper” MacLeod was on fine form in Caithness Cycling Club’s 10-mile time trial, clocking 22.35 for a 78-second win over visitor Tam Fraser.
After a difficult 2020 for everyone, Thurso Bowling Club has opened for the 2021 season with everyone happy to be playing again.
Friday saw Reay host its club championship finals with the destination of the silverware for categories in the ladies' and gents' sections decided.
The dry conditions saw the greens at Thurso having to be manually watered and they were in tip-top condition for round 16 of the summer league.
Bilbster Mains hosted the fifth and sixth rounds of the Caithness Autocross Club season, with Gary Elder setting the fastest time on both days.
David McCarthy was a clear winner in Caithness Cycling Club’s 10-mile time trial, storming round in 22 min 9 sec at an average speed of 27.1 mph.
One of the quickest Dounreay Fly Fishing Association competition weigh-ins on record took place following the club’s Early Bird event on Loch Watten.