Cove's 50-goal hitman Mitch Megginson has faith the goals will come in the second leg of their League Two play-off final.
League Two play-off final: Sheran still upbeat as Cove miss chances in opening joust with Cowdenbeath
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran said he viewed his side’s goalless stalemate in the League Two play-off final first leg as a “positive” result.
Aberdeen's greatest manager Sir Alex Ferguson is seriously ill in hospital, with a Manchester United statement saying he has undergone surgery to treat a brain haemorrhage.
Cove Rangers will head to Cowdenbeath with the League Two play-off final poised at 0-0, after the clubs' stalemate at Harlaw Park.
Boxing: Docherty keeping eyes on prize as he knocks back chance to go pro for dreams of Tokyo Olympic medal glory
Commonwealth Games bronze medal hero John Docherty has turned down offers to turn pro as he is focused on securing Olympic medal glory.
Grammar chairman Mike Cox thinks being without a north-east Super Six side will preserve the “status quo”.
Aberdeen’s utility man Dominic Ball is focused on playing as much as he can to help the Dons’ charge for second place.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says it’s possible fans could see some of Aberdeen’s Scottish Youth Cup finalists in the first team THIS term.
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Willie Miller: Cracker in store as Hibs come north to take on Dons with bids for second spot still in balance
I was at two games this weekend, and they’ve set up a potential cracker on Saturday.
There are positives and negatives as far as I can see to Rangers appointing Steven Gerrard as their boss for next season.
It's clear Celtic haven’t been as good this term as they were last year.
Formartine United assistant boss Russell Anderson is looking for his side to carry on their form into next season, after his side finished second in the Highland League.
Cove boss John Sheran was quick to note, despite their emphatic win over Spartans, his side are only halfway to the League Two play-off final.
Veteran striker Paul McManus knows boss John Sheran won’t let complacency creep into the Cove Rangers dressing room for their play-off semi-final second leg with Spartans.
Cove Rangers took a step towards the SPFL play-off final after winning their semi first leg with Edinburgh's Spartan's 4-0 at Harlaw Park.
Aboyne amateur Shannon McWilliam is “honoured” to be selected to play in this year’s Curtis Cup.
Aberdeen gaffer Derek McInnes says defender Scott McKenna’s nod for PFA Young Player of the Year is “thoroughly deserved”.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes wants his team to ask a few more questions of Hearts when they meet at Pittodrie tonight.
Chuckling Fachie says going for record haul of Commonwealth Games golds in Birmingham is not out of the question
Aberdeen’s golden boy Neil Fachie could yet be at Birmingham 2022 attempting to become Scotland’s most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete.
Dons defender Scott McKenna has been short-listed for PFA Scotland's Young Player of the Year award.
Aberdeen Judo Club members have grappled their way to glory.
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Young badminton players will be given the opportunity to test themselves against kids from other North-east clubs next month.
We’ve taken a look back through our archives and dug up these images of how the oil industry in the North-east has changed through the decades.
Nominations for the prestigious Aberdeen’s Sports Awards, now in their 25th year, officially opened today.
This week Briony Stewart, health and wellness advisor at Sport Aberdeen, looks at how to balance a return to the intensities of interval training with recovery sessions designed to soothe muscle pain and keep you training at your best:
Winger Niall McGinn is still haunted by the disappointment of losing last season’s Scottish Cup final – and is gunning for retribution by lifting the trophy this time.
Aberdeen defender Kari Arnason hopes to get rid of some painful memories in tomorrow’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Motherwell.
A dozen years have passed since Aberdeen’s Neil Stirton won his first Commonwealth Games medal on Australian soil – and he’s delighted history has repeated itself.