With their experience of the inaugural event last year, Dunfermline Car Club had ambitious plans for this year's event. Eight stages were planned for Saturday11 July, four long ones using the taxi-way and perimeter roads and four short ones using a 0.8 mile narrow road that dipped and turned through the dunes at the north of the site, including one very tricky, hidden Square Left over a brow.
The Scottish Cup is coming to Morrison Park, Halkirk, on Tuesday 11th August, when Halkirk United play Inverness Caley Thistle in the second round of the North of Scotland Cup. Bring the kids along to get their photo taken with the Cup and the adults can support the local team.
Academy leave it late to break the deadlock. Reporter Noel Donaldson.
The 2015 Wick & District Summer Pool League Final will be an all Camps Bar affair as Camps "2" earned the draw they needed on Monday night to secure their place in this years final. Defending champions Camps "1" secured their place in the final last week and made sure they finished the league campaign at the top of the table.
Reporter Noel Donaldson Wick Academy 0 Clacnacuddin 3. ACADEMY paid dearly for a first-half handful of chances that, for one reason or another, went abegging and recorded an inauspicious start to their league challenge.
Camps Bar "1" have secured a place in the 2015 Wick & District Summer Pool League final after a hard fought 7-5 victory over The Mountain Dew on Monday night. The Mountain side started well thanks some outstanding potting from Philip Hilton as he defeated Ryan Carter 2-0 to help his team take a 3-1 lead.
A film crew from the Discovery Channel's Daily Planet programme will be flying to the Highlands from Canada to film reigning Inverness Highland Games Champion Sinclair Patience in training and in competition as he defends his title on Saturday 18 July at the Inverness Gala in Bught Park. With each of the individual Heavy events contested at Highland Games requiring a unique combination of techniques, strength and speed; the documentary is expected to reveal information about the physics behind Scotland's original extreme sport as part of a special programme about Scotland.
After having a disastrous 2014 and a "did not finish "result in their first rally of 2015 the father and daughter pairing of Bill and Sara Hamilton were delighted to finish the 3rd round of the Scottish Tarmac Championship, Crail Summer Stages, with a 21st overall and 5th in class. They started the rally seeded 61st out of a 100 entries as they had not registered a result for a few rallies due either to Mechanical/Electrical faults or the driver "running out of talent".
The big match in week three of the Wick & District Summer Pool League saw Camps1 defeat Retro 8-4 in a top of the table clash. The match was tied at 2-2 in the early stages, after 1-1 draws between Greg Thomson & Dave McGillivray and Tam Sutherland & Shane Honeyman.
Retro & Camps1 are the only teams to retain their 100% record in week two of the Wick & District Summer Pool League, and will go head to head against each other next week. Retro made the trip out to Lybster to play The Commercial, and kept up their winning ways thanks to a 9-3 victory.
The Wick & District Summer Pool League got underway on Monday night, as defending champions Camps "1" got off to a winning start after a hard-fought 7-5 victory against a tough Commercial Side. Ryan Carter, making his debut for Camps "1", won all three of his frames to help his new side earn a 6-5 lead going into the final frame.
The annual Caithness Classic Motorcycle Club rally took place on Sunday 17th May 2015. The weather was cold with showers.
1st July 2015 7.00pm Thurso Youth Club, Millbank, Thurso. Registration at Millbank, Thurso Youth Club.
Venue Francis Street Club, Wick. Date Saturday 9th May 2015.
Camps Bar "2" players Ryan Carter and Bruce Honeyman have won the Bfest Annual Pairs Championship for the third year in a row. The Blackstairs Lounge hosted the weekend event, where teams had to qualify from the group stages to make it through to the semi finals on the Sunday.
Reporter Noel Donaldson. Cove Rangers 4 Wick Academy 0 GREAT EXPECTATIONS.....but this much-hyped cup encounter proved to be something of an anti-climax at Clach's neutral Grant Street Park, yesterday (Saturday 11 april 2015).
WIck & District Pool league's 2015 Captains Cup Finalists. One of the best Captains Cup finals in recent memory was won by Ryan Cook by six frames to four Left Ryan Cook, Right Ryan Carter.
Reporter - Noel Donaldson One upmanship gives both teams an equal result. NEITHER side was able to claim a pre-cup-final morale-booster, leaving both clubs on an even footing for the big one, on Saturday.
Get out and do some swimming for fun and fitness this Easter. Click HERE for larger timetable.
Queens Hotel are this seasons Wick and District Pool League Division 2 champions, having defeated the Francis Street Club in the league decider. Played in the Seaforth Highlanders Club, this league decider was necessary because both teams finished on the same points with equal frame differences.