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Sunday, 27 April 2014

Caithness Cycling Club - Loch Calder Hilly Time Trial


Allan Sutherland


Andrew MacLeod


Charles Fletcher






Caithness Cycling Club held the Loch Calder Hilly time trial this morning. Charles Fletcher, Cairngorm CC was 1st, Andrew Macleod, Caithness CC was 2nd and Allan Sutherland Caithness CC was 3rd. Andrew won the overall award for both weekend races.

David Flear, Dounreay Stakeholder Group Chairman presented the prizes on behalf of the sponsors, the Dounreay Community Fund.

Saturday, 26 April 2014

Caithness Cycling Club Racing Weekend








Caithness Cycling Club held their April racing weekend 25 mile time trial today in thick mist. The cyclists raced from Thurso to just past Watten and back. Tomorrow they stage the Loch Calder Hilly time trial.

Results are on their website: http://www.caithnesscc.co.uk/CCC_Web/Archives/2014/April%20Racing%20WE/25mtt_results.htm

Thurso v Golspie - Football Times Cup Final


Jordan Sutherland got sent off for this tackle in the box on James Murray

Colin Sinclair celebrates scoring a penalty

Marc MacGregor takes on Stewart Ross


Colin Davidson stops Alan Larnach

Alan Sinclair gets booked for dissent

Alan Larnach scores the winner

Alan Larnach blocks a certain goal from Owen Harrold

Alan Larnach accepts the Man of the Match award


The happy winners - Golspie Sutherland
Golspie Sutherland beat Thurso 2-1 after extra time to win the Football Times cup at a misty Morrison Park, Halkirk.  Golspie's Alan Larnach scored mid-way through the 2nd half with a back post header to make it 1-0. Jordan Sutherland gave away a penalty with a lunge at James Murray and was promptly sent off. Colin Sinclair scored the penalty to make it 1-1.

In extra time, Thurso goalkeeper Connor Jackson couldn't hold a shot and it spilled into the path of Alan Larnach who tapped it home. Thurso sub Owen Harrold thought he scored when the Golspie keeper dropped a cross ball at his feet, but his shot from 5 yards was blocked on the line by Alan Larnach. Larnach was the man of the match.



Sunday, 20 April 2014

More Caithness RFC pics from National Shield Final






















More pics of the action vs Preston Lodge and the fans at the National Shield final in Cumbernauld.