Golfers at an internationally renowned club in the north are pitching in to help one of Scotland’s most endangered species.
Caithness rugby players will aim to create a world record at Millbank this week and raise money for research into motor neurone disease.
Caitlin Green, of Westfield, has retained the Daisy 2000 outdoor shooting trophy which she first won last year.
The Caithness Festival of Cycling, promoted by Caithness Cycling Club, was blessed with warm, breezy but dry weather at the weekend.
The 13th annual display and presentations for Caithness Rhythmic Gymnastics took place in Thurso High School to round off the gymnastic year.
Reay Golf Club hosted the North Coast 500 Open, sponsored by Norbloc, with the windy conditions providing a tough test for the field.
Scoring was good in Thurso Golf Club’s Newsbeat Summer League which is now at round 14.
The Caithness branch of the Riding for the Disabled Association held its summer show at the indoor riding centre in Halkirk.
Fourteen teams of triples from bowling clubs in Caithness and Sutherland battled it out in the over-50s open in memory of Malky Sutherland.
There were spins and thrills galore as the third round of the Caithness Autocross revved into gear at Bilbster Farm.
Footprints in the snow helped Halkirk athlete Andrew Douglas make it two wins out of two in this year's Mountain Running World Cup.