Dougie Thorburn, the Wick head greenkeeper who is also a Brora member, helped his second club to a memorable 21st Dornoch Firth League success.
Dounreay Fly Fishing Association started its 2019 series of Boat League competitions with an all-day event on Loch Watten when 17 members took part.
Darts players from as far afield as Elgin and Orkney converged on the Seaforth Club for three days of competition in the Friends of the Glass event.
Inverness lad Baxter MacIntosh beat off local competition to win the 2019 Caithness open junior darts championship in Wick.
Sunday saw Pentland Firth Yacht Club open its doors to potential new sailors in Caithness as part of the RYA’s Push the Boat Out month.
Wick Golf Club has taken delivery of a new state-of-the-art greens mower costing £36,000.
Three members of Caithness Gymnastics Club travelled to Perth to compete in the Women's Artistic Regional Grades competition.
Seven riders from Caithness Riding Club took part in the Area 22 horse trials and open one-day event hosted by Fife Hunt branch of the Pony Club.
Thurso Golf Club’s summer league round three took place in windy conditions and Ian MacDonald blew the field away, returning 39 points.
Midweek golf is back at Reay with the Jacobs Summer Cup, and round one saw a Tiger Woods-esque comeback from injury from Donald "Mojo" Mowat.
Forty-one players turned out to contest Thurso Bowling Club's Balloted Open Pairs competition, with victory going to Mike Windsor and Alan Morrison.