Surfing champion Mark Boyd says his home break of Thurso East seems to have been more popular than ever – despite the coronavirus restrictions.
After a hugely successful summer golf season at Thurso, the winter fixtures are in full swing with the Winter Stableford being played over 10 rounds.
After a delayed start to the 2020 season because of the Covid-19 restrictions, the sailing continued throughout the summer until last weekend.
It was a busy weekend for Caithness Riding Club with competitions getting back under way at the indoor school in Halkirk.
Caithness head coach Ewen Boyd has mixed feelings about the decision to delay the start of the rugby season until the new year.
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 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.
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.
The last scheduled competitions of the 2020 summer season at Thurso Golf Club took place last weekend.