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Undefeated super-bantamweight Billy Stuart is targeting a first title shot early next year.
Aberdeen Grammar will end the year in a strong position to force home their top-four aspirations should they beat Kelso tomorrow at Rubislaw.
Experienced Scotland international Morag Millar plans to return to the north-east next April to compete in the 2019 Run Balmoral races.
East End Lewis Youth U14s’ Scottish Cup dream is over.
The stakes were high but Mr P secured the Wrestlezone Tri-Counties title by defeating holder Zach Dynamite – on his 40th birthday.
Aberdeen Grammar had to dig deep against a Kirkcaldy side who simply refused to give in, only easing past the Fifers late in the second half to win 27-25.
Wrestlezone fans’ favourite Mr P has vowed to put his career on the line tonight in the bid for Tri-Counties title glory.
Aberdeen Grammar will head into the last two games before the festive break in the best of health after their convincing 47-28 win at Rubislaw last weekend against second-placed Musselburgh.
Aberdeen Lynx head coach Owen Reynolds has urged his team to ensure they don’t drift “in and out” of key matches.
Paul Lawrie has taken the first positive steps back on the long road from injury after having a protective boot removed following foot surgery.
An Aberdeen kickboxer has helped play host to an event with nearly 100 young people at Hampden.
Aberdeen snooker player Kenny MacPherson has picked up his first singles title in over a decade.
Aberdeen Ladies’ Bayley Hutchison has been named Scottish Women’s Premier League player of the month for October.
Super-bantamweight Billy Stuart extended his flawless pro record to seven wins from seven with a comprehensive points defeat of Dmytro Kostenko at the Hilton Treetops Aberdeen.
History maker Kristen Fraser insists securing the Commonwealth title made years of sacrifice and dedication worthwhile.
Aberdeen boxer Kristen Fraser has made history, becoming the first Scottish woman to win a Commonwealth title by beating South Africa-based Ellen Simwaka at the DoubleTree by Hilton Treetops Hotel.
Head coach Owen Reynolds is taking nothing for granted ahead of Aberdeen Lynx’s league clash with Dundee Tigers tonight.
I’ll be LGBT role model in ring – fighter Fraser ahead of tonight’s Commonwealth title clash in Aberdeen
Aberdeen's Kristen Fraser hopes to land a blow for women’s boxing and the LGBT community by landing a historic Commonwealth title.
A north-east wing ace is hoping for a very special birthday treat – a debut cap for Scotland’s women’s side.
A youth football coach has received an award for his dedication over the past 12 months.
Aberdonian Gemma Dryburgh retained her full LPGA status for 2019 by finishing tied 23rd at the inaugural LPGA Q-Series at Pinehurst.
Scottish ring star Viper has conquered the world and today vowed to help British wrestling’s ascent to prime time popularity.
Byron Boxing Club’s Docherty ‘knows’ he can win British belt after quick debut under Hearn’s Matchroom promotion
Aberdeen-trained boxer John Docherty announced his professional arrival with a devastating 18-second stoppage – and warned his punching power is getting stronger.
Aberdeen Grammar start the second half of their National League 1 programme tomorrow with a testing game away to Jed-Forest.
A trampolinist has been left “inspired” after competing in the Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships in Russia.
A youth football team ended the season on a high after taking home their first Scottish Cup for the club in 12 years.
Aberdeen Lynx defenseman Christian Johnson is hoping his team can keep up their “intensity” against Kilmarnock this weekend.
Ben Read has followed in the footsteps of north-east professionals Richie Ramsay and Greig Hutcheon by winning the Spence Trophy... aged just 15.
Hannah Miley: Swimmer and team think injury comeback will surprise people as she aims for fourth Olympics
For swimming legend Hannah Miley, the ability to adapt has always been a necessity.
North-east runner Gary Brown has been presented with the jogscotland Achiever of the Year award at a glittering ceremony in Glasgow attended by many of Scotland’s leading athletes.