Week 12 of the RMC sponsored sevens and the headlines are: Co-op's endeavour pays big dividends at last. Co-op were sensationally only 1 minute from defeating last seasons champs Acks in last nights fixture.
There was an entry of 20 boys and 10 girls from Thurso, Wick, Dunnet, Castletown & Lybster. There were a lot of exciting matches with long rallies and a high standard of play and sportsmanship on and off court.
Week 11 of the RMC sponsored league and the headlines are: Workshops hit five to keep the pressure on at the This week saw the introduction of a new law to the sevens game when all slide tackles were banned. Sinners would be yellow carded.
There was an entry of 51 Boys and 10 Girls from Thurso, Dunnet, Wick, Lybster Clubs. Matches were keenly contested with several close games.
Week 10 of the RMC sponsored sevens league and the headlines are: Horror leg break leaves players stunned. The much awaited clash between Acks and Pentland was dramatically abandoned last night after both sets of players decided not to continue after Pentlands Ally Fraser suffered a horrific double fracture of the leg and Acks David Mackay suffered a bad knee injury.
Week 9 of the RMC sponsored sevens and as the League hits the half way mark the headlines are: It's tight at the top as Pentlands lose out to Workshops First of all a big thank you to six volunteers from Ashes FC who picked up new nets from the council and put them up before tonight's matches, ably assisted by 10 year old Lauren Nicol First up this evening were Co-op and Ashes. In a tight first half both defences were giving away little.
Week 8 of the RMC sponsored league and the headlines are Groats put the wind up Workshops as they hit seven in gale force conditions Pentland go top as Ashes are held by Castletown. First up this evening were Top Joes and Crazy Gang.
The final between Dunbeath and Watten was a classic nail biting finish with score drawn at 6 - 6 after nine ends. The 10th and final end kept the onlookers on the edge of their seats until the last bowl when Watten came out with the final point to win the competition 7- 6.
In 1957 some of the Territorial Army members in Wick decided to form a running group. These members, Sandy Gunn, Tommy Dunnett and Ian McDonagh to name a few got together and ran in road races all over the north of Scotland.
Aberdeen Motor Club held a 54 mile, 10 stage Scottish tarmac championship rally at RAF Edzell on Sunday 21st October. Two Caithness Car Club crews travelled down the 250 miles to compete..
Wick Triathlon Club's UKAEA Junior Triathlon went ahead yesterday in good weather conditions compared with the previous weekends weather which meant the event had to be postponed. Although the weather was good the High school park remained very wet causing the organisers to look for a change of venue.
Caithness beat Moray 41 - 10, all we have is the score. Pictured is the victorious Caithness team..
39 entrants made it to the start in the annual Wick Triathlon. With a mix of novices and serious contenders the race took place in very pleasant conditions of sunshine and occasional cloud.
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