Police have confirmed that the missing teenage girl who led to an appeal earlier today has been found safe and well.
A spokesman said the local force were grateful to local Coastguard volunteers for their help.
Orkney are due to take on Brechin in the second round of the tournament tomorrow.
The match is due to be played at the Hillhead all-weather pitch in Aberdeen, with pass-back set for noon.
Orkney won the Scottish District Cup in June last year, beating MCC Western IV 3-2 in the final.
Orkney won 4-3 after extra-time in an end-to-end match.
Mark Berry and Erik Bews scored inside 90 minutes for Orkney before the game finished 2-2, with extra-time goals from Martin Wishart and Chris Simpson securing the win for Orkney FC.
The cruise ship Discovery, with 600 passengers on board, will call in to Kirkwall tomorrow, Sunday, due to a weather-related diversion
“Team Orkney” has swung into action with tour and shuttle buses, meet-and-greet services and pier operations hastily arranged. The Discovery will arrive at approximately 10am, leaving again at 5pm.
This year, Orkney will receive 77 cruise ship port calls and 65,000 passengers and 20,000 crew are expected.
The final day of action in Orkney Youth Development Group’s indoor season is set to take place at the Pickaquoy Centre later today.
It will be a busy day of action, with the top eight teams set to clash in the quarter-finals of the TSB Trophy, as the remaining 19 teams compete for the Reid Crescent Shield, which kicks off proceedings at 4pm.
The final night of the primary indoor football season will also feature the East v West Challenge matches, with the ‘A’ teams competing for the S. R. Paterson Shield, and the ‘B’ sides playing for the Johnny Johnstone Plate.
The presentation of trophies and medals is due to take place after the TSB Trophy Final, which is set to kick-off at 7.30pm.
Police have named the motorcyclist who died in a road accident last night as 55-year-old Nigel Mills, from Orkney.
According to police, Mr Mills was killed in an accident on the A9, near Alness, around 8.50pm on Friday night. The other person on the motorbike was seriously injured and transferred to Raigmore Hospital, in Inverness.
Police Scotland are appealing for anyone who witnessed the accident to contact them on 101.
Mr Mills was the former director of harbours with Orkney Islands Council.
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