Buckie and Locos hit five on opening day.
A tasty Moray coast derby and an Aberdeenshire Cup final dress rehearsal are among the opening games.
Both handicap titles stay in Lossiemouth as David Finlay and James Campbell win for home club.
Campbell defeated club-mate Chris MacKenzie to clinch the Ross Anderson Trophy.
Elgin Golden Oldies and Tomintoul have yet to get off the mark at the bottom.
Semi-finals under way this morning with all three finals this afternoon.
Nicolson (20) has played twice for Caley Jags first team.
Sunshine blesses the Lossiemouth links for a week of busy activity.
A week of action in Moray as the north's top tennis talent bid for honours.
The former Ross County player is confident that City will be ready for the League Two kick-off on July 31.
Gibson said he and manager Gavin Price are keen to bring in fresh faces to their squad before the League Two start.
City led through Creag Little's first goal for the club but the Fifers hit back for a 3-1 success.
Buckie United didn't play on Friday but still top the table.
Two Kane Hester goals and a Josh Peters strike saw City to a 3-0 win on Saturday.
Coasters boss has praised new signing Dean Stewart in the heart of his defence.
A full programme of league games with 30 of the 31 clubs in action on Saturday.
Former Huntly winger Gary McGowan was one of the prize winners on the day.
Scott Mair's penalty denied the airmen a third straight victory.
Membership increase and 10,000 more holes of golf played than in previous year at Hardhillock.
Results from Moray and Aberdeenshire courses