Aberdeen’s world championship silver medallist Zoey Clark will bring the curtain down on a memorable season by competing in the Müller grand prix and IAAF Diamond League meeting at Birmingham’s Alexander stadium on Sunday.
The outstanding performance of a North-east tennis team has seen them recognised with a nomination for Aberdeen’s Sports Awards 2017.
A 92-YEAR-OLD rolled back the years to reclaim the ladies singles title at a bowling club.
Another rugby team in the North-east has called for those interested in playing the game to sign up.
Stoneywood-Dyce raced to the Strathmore Union title with two games to spare.
Aberdeen Lynx will start the new Scottish National League season with a trip north to Elgin.
For one trampoline coach, an unwavering refusal to give in despite facing adversity has led to her being nominated for Aberdeen’s Sports Awards 2017.
Stonehaven will proudly house the men’s Scottish Amateur Championship trophy this year after Sam Locke’s victory at Prestwick.
Despite having to train at 6am on a Saturday morning, the past year has been a brilliant one for Aberdeen synchronised ice skating team, Azura.
Former Welsh junior international 800m track runner Jess Parson is making her mark on the North-east road running scene.
One man’s dedication to his sport during a battle with cancer has led to him being recognised.
Aberdeen’s Sports Awards 2017 have been handed a boost as CALA Homes have taken on two new sponsorship categories.
A rugby coach has encouraged those interested in playing the game to get in touch.
Three men from Aberdeen have won silver at the World Karate Championships.
Inverurie's Hannah Miley has admitted there are psychological issues she needs to address before defending her Commonwealth Games title.
HOPEFULLY the Dons’ Euro run will be rewarded by Gordon Strachan when he names his Scotland squad.
Aberdeenshire will make it three wins in a row tomorrow should they beat Carlton at Mannofield on Eastern Premiership business.
An organisation which lets kids learn from their sporting idols has expanded to include girls football – with a North-east star laying on a coaching session days before jetting off to the European Championships.
Zoey Clark’s hopes of one final top class international 400m race prior to the World Championships fell by the wayside because of travel chaos at Gatwick Airport.
An Aberdeen youngster has become a British champion in trampolining.