“I don’t tend to play my home course when it’s this windy to be honest.
If the winner of the Amateur Championship’s strokeplay is cursed when the format changes to matchplay, Wilco Nienaber didn’t show it.
Former Cruden Bay man Stephen Roger was pleased to have given himself at least a chance at the cut in the Amateur Championship with a solid second round.
Jovan Rebula pointed to the help he gets from his major champion uncle to deal with “big-time moments” as he fired himself into the matchplay stage of the Amateur Championship.
Most of us could not dream of hitting two irons to a par five green – but Canadian Sam Meek’s second shot on the sixth at Royal Aberdeen found the cup.
Stonehaven’s Sam Locke steadied the ship in the wind at Royal Aberdeen yesterday to keep himself in the hunt for the Amateur Championship’s match-play stage.
Aberdeen have announced a friendly with English Championship West Bromwich Albion at Pittodrie. The Dons will meet the Baggies on Friday, July 20 (7.30pm kick-off), the week before Aberdeen start their Europe League qualifying campaign.
Newmachar's Adam Fisher is hoping his achievements at university across the pond can help him make a splash at next week’s Amateur Championship in the Granite City.
REVEALED: Aberdeen face Rangers at Pittodrie on first day as full 18/19 Premiership fixtures revealed
Aberdeen will start their 2018/19 Premiership campaign with a home game against Rangers.
Former Dons defender/midfielder Anthony O’Connor has completed his move to Bradford City, signing a three-year contract with the English League One club. O’Connor, 25, played over 50 games for Derek McInnes’ side since joining in 2016 and the manager had hoped to convince him to extend his stay at Pittodrie.
Dons midfield legend Jim Bett was there at the Luigi Ferraris Stadium in Genoa on June 11 1990 when Scotland hit what they thought was rock bottom.
Willie Miller says his disappointment after Scotland’s Mexico ‘86 exit was worse than Spain ‘82.
‘It’s never spoken about’ – Miller points to significance of Kiwis’ two goals in Scots’ ’82 World Cup exit
Willie Miller thinks more should be made of the national team conceding twice against New Zealand in the story of their 1982 World Cup exit.
Miller on Miller: Striker could make difference between winning and losing big games as Dons look for silverware
Kenny Miller’s talks with Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes in Florida have surprised many members of the Red Army.
Aboyne's Shannon McWilliam was narrowly defeated in last night’s Curtis Cup singles as the United States won back the women’s amateur team prize.
Aberdeen are in talks with former Rangers striker Kenny Miller – according to reports. Miller was released by the Ibrox side when his contract expired eight days ago. It is understood Dons boss Derek McInnes has spoken to the 38-year-old in Florida, and there are several other clubs in for the veteran.
Aberdeen have agreed a deal to sign Peterborough United midfielder Chris Forrester, according to the English side
An Aberdeen-founded martial arts school have kick-started their 15th birthday celebrations.
Cuminestown's Neah Evans suspects the Tour Series women won’t get a better race than last night’s in Aberdeen for the rest of the competition.
Tour Series cycling: Last year I said it was best venue and now I definitely think it is says champ Clancy
Ed Clancy was full of praise for the Aberdeen Tour Series course after crossing the finish line first in the men’s elite race.
An initiative which will put clubs at the heart of the city’s sports governance is set to launch.
Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry has claimed Aberdeen are chasing Jack Baldwin and Chris Forrester.
West End FC’s 2004s (players born in 2004) are looking for players to strengthen their league squad – after reaching the A League.
Make Aberdeen’s longest-running road race your latest challenge!
Cove’s Megginson after controversial play-off loss: ‘Every fan in there could see it was an absolute disgrace’
Cove Rangers’ 52-goal hitman Mitch Megginson said “every fan in there could see it was an absolute disgrace” after his side lost their League Two play-off final against Cowdenbeath.
Cove Rangers fell short in their quest to enter the Scottish leagues after a baffling decision saw them fall 3-2 to Cowdenbeath in their League Two play-off final second leg at Central Park.
Staff shortages will see the midwifery unit at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital (AMH) “temporarily” moved to the labour ward, NHS Grampian has announced.
Gary Mackay-Steven thinks Aberdeen can take confidence from their first-half performance against Rangers into their Parkhead clash with Celtic.
GMS on his surprise appearance v Rangers: ‘I woke up feeling good, or better, but I was dying to play’
Winger Gary Mackay-Steven will play through the pain if it helps Aberdeen win the race to be Scotland’s best-of-the-rest side.
Wales international and former Dons loanee Simon Church has retired at 29 over a long-term hip problem.