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“I don’t tend to play my home course when it’s this windy to be honest.
Aberdeen super featherweight Darren Traynor today vowed to reign in Spain to rocket up the rankings in search of another major title shot.
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.
Stuart Whyte admitted he was unaware of the prestigious recognition associated with the Aberdeen Links Championship ... until he was on the brink of being crowned champion at his first attempt.
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.
David McCracken is “excited” to have the opportunity to coach at Peterhead.
WWE legend Chavo Guerrero Jr has been confirmed for a star-studded Wrestlezone bill in Aberdeen this summer.
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.
Heavyweight great Danny Williams today admitted he only took on a fight against Lee McAllister for the cash.
Cricket: ‘There’s a real buzz around the group that we can do something special’ says Leask as Scots set sights high against England
Michael Leask insists Scotland can beat England tomorrow and he hopes to play a big part in it.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today revealed the Evening Express was the catalyst for his fight with heavyweight great Danny Williams.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today confirmed he will fight Danny Williams – the man who stopped Mike Tyson.
Aberdeen's Elaine Farquharson-Black believes she has the right blend of youth and experience to retain the Curtis Cup at Quaker Ridge in New York this weekend.
An international field of 288 elite men’s amateur golfers will descend on the North East of Scotland this month all possessing one aim – to lift The Amateur Championship trophy and with it secure a spot in The 147th Open at Carnoustie in July.
Three employees of an Aberdeen firm jetted off today to the World Cup in Russia.
To represent your country in the sport you love is always a great achievement.
Scott Mackay didn’t know whether to laugh or cry after his second round match in the Evening Express Champion of Champions handicap tournament.
Proctor swaps IT job in oil and gas industry to race full-time with McLaren and now sets his sights on Le Mans
Aberdeen racing driver Lewis Proctor has joined the prestigious McLaren Driver Development Programme and is targeting a dream race at Le Mans.
Aberdeenshire’s run of wins in the Eastern Premier came to an end in Broughty Ferry where they were soundly beaten by Forfarshire, who ran out 230-run winners in a totally one-sided game.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today started a war of words with heavyweight legend Danny Williams and insisted he would fight the boxer who knocked out Mike Tyson.
Boxing: Sutherland teams up with Scots ring legend Jacobs as he begins pro career in search of future title success
Aberdeen welterweight Dean Sutherland has linked up with a boxing legend to prepare for his professional ring debut.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is delighted to have secured goalie Greg Fleming on a new contract.
Aberdeen AAC’s Naomi Lang aims to add another honour to her growing collection when she competes in the Scottish 3,000m Championships at Glasgow’s Scotstoun stadium tomorrow evening.
Olympic gold medallist Dame Katherine Grainger believes her experiences as an athlete can help her keep Great Britain as one of the world’s sporting powerhouses.
Paddy Boyle says the chance to challenge for trophies was one of the main reasons he joined Peterhead.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes there is still plenty more to come from Mason Robertson and Jack Leitch after both committed their futures to the club.