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Aberdeen AAC’s Michael Ferguson is to compete in an elite 5k road race at the Fife Cycle Park near Lochgelly on Saturday.
Cullen Golf Club forced to put 150th anniversary celebrations on hold – but promise to mark milestone next year
Cullen have put their 150th anniversary celebrations at the Old Tom Morris-designed course on hold until next year.
Aberdeen’s Michele Thomson helped Denmark’s Emily Pedersen complete a “Saudi sweep” after victory in both the team and individual events in the Saudi Ladies Team International.
The Scottish domestic rugby season for 2020/21 has been scrapped.
Byron Boxing Club-trained John Docherty loses his 100% pro record after being outpointed by Jack Cullen
Aberdeen-trained super-middleweight John Docherty lost his 100% pro record and a crack at a British title shot.
Byron Boxing Club-developed star John Docherty ‘ready to do a job’ on Cullen in British title eliminator
Undefeated super-middleweight star John Docherty is confident of delivering a knockout to secure a British title shot.
One of the key players behind the success of Metro Aberdeen Running Club in recent years is moving to France.
The Masters usually signals the start of the golf season but this week it comes near the end of a year to forget.
Athletics: Kyle Greig impressed with field at Speyside Way ultra-race despite Robbie Simpson’s absence
Organiser Kyle Greig is impressed by the quality of the line-up for next weekend’s Speyside Way ultra-distance trail race despite the absence of Commonwealth Games marathon bronze-medallist Robbie Simpson.
John Henderson hopes he can do Scotland proud in the PDC World Cup of darts.
First six rounds of North Region Junior football fixtures revealed as association gears up for return
The first six rounds of North Region Junior fixtures have been revealed as the league gears up for a competitive return nine months after the Covid-19 shutdown.
Junior football in the north and north-east is set restart next month.
Athletics: Claire Bruce sets unofficial sub-three-hour marathon time as she looks ahead to return of regular running action
Claire Bruce has salvaged more than a little satisfaction from what has been a difficult year for most runners.
Regional director for North Caledonia Rudi Urbach has committed to serving the area with his team of staff to support a unique rugby culture.
Scottish Golf president David Fleming hopes game isn’t shutdown in Scotland after Wales announcement
Scottish Golf president David Fleming will be downhearted if the game north of the border follows Wales into a second lockdown.
When Stonehaven athlete Chris Cowley announced he was going to run the entire 145 miles of the Aberdeenshire coastline from St Cyrus Nature Reserve in the south to Cullen on the Moray Firth, none of his friends batted an eyelid.
Aberdeen Grammar have cancelled training for three weeks after one of the club’s players tested positive for coronavirus.
Jason Kelly hopes his run in the Bennachie 50k ultra trail will set him up for another top level outing in next month’s Speyside Way race.
Golf: Ross Cameron takes holiday from supermarket job in Peterhead – as he gets ready for European Tour debut
Peterhead golfer Ross Cameron will have Ladies European Tour star Michele Thomson as his caddie when he makes his European Tour debut tomorrow.
Huntly's John Henderson will represent Scotland in the BetVictor World Cup of Darts next month.
Rachel Mathieson smashed the ladies’ course record at Newburgh-on-Ythan on the way to booking her place in the Junior European Open finals in Spain.
Ellon rugby has taken a positive stance to the Scottish Rugby Union’s decision to delay the return of competitive games at all levels until next year.
World Rugby’s decision to prevent transgender women from competing at the highest level of women’s rugby has been criticised by the Aberdeen Taexali Rugby Club.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Jamie Watt says they are ready to start the season as uncertainty hangs over Junior football.
Athletics: Chris finally gets to run marathon – after 14 earlier events he signed up for were cancelled
Chris Richardson was relieved to finally get a marathon under his belt in 2020 after 14 previous attempts fell by the wayside because of postponements and cancellations.
Aberdeen Grammar’s longest-serving player cannot wait for the new season to get under way, admitting that after nearly 20 years in senior rugby he would be devastated if the 2021 campaign does not go ahead.
Athletics: Kenyan who won Loch Ness Marathon in Metro Aberdeen colours asks for help with charity mission
Isaiah Kosgei is encouraging north-east runners to join him in a virtual half marathon to raise funds for his latest charitable project.
Today's round at the Renaissance Club looks likely to be Aberdonian Major winner Paul Lawrie's final 18 holes on the European Tour.
Aberdeen golfer Richie Ramsay sees no reason why there can’t be a home winner at this week’s ASI Scottish Open.