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Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes felt they could have no complaints after defeat to Auchinleck Talbot in the Scottish Cup.
Alisha Rees is poised to become one of the most successful young athletes in the long history of the Scottish women’s track and field championships.
Wrestlezone’s Bryan Tucker has branded Crusher Craib as Sterling Oil’s “lapdog” and vowed to end a 10-year wait for victory over his rival.
A judo coach went the extra mile for his club while battling back from a horrendous knee injury.
Aberdeen Lynx's fixtures for the new season have been revealed.
A curler who represented the north-east on the world stage has been nominated for one of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards.
Callum Bruce will never forget the day he received an honour for his achievements from Jack Nicklaus.
Aberdeen's men’s roller derby team are set to bring an international competition to the north-east next month.
Aberdeen Lynx have revealed their roster for the upcoming season.
The Evening Express will be the official media partner of the Aberdeen Lynx for the coming season.
Fraserburgh's Ewan Massie is celebrating after lifting the world’s strongest man under 90kg crown.
The Aberdeen Lynx are set to find out their new season fixtures in the coming days.
Westburn Tennis Centre’s revamped outdoor courts have been revealed – with game chiefs saying they’ll “build on the enthusiasm for the game” in the north-east.
Jason Kelly is targeting more road running success after scoring his first major local victory in the 30th anniversary Ballater 10-mile race.
A juvenile football team are back in the north-east after a successful pre-season trip across the pond – which saw them take home silverware.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart says the Highland League is their priority this season.
Former British heavyweight champion Danny Williams today admitted he wanted to retire three years ago because he feared he could die in the ring.
People from across Scottish football have paid tribute to Sandy Stables.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today revealed he suffered a serious shoulder injury just four rounds into his shock win over Danny Williams in a heavyweight bout.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister's 10th round win over Englishman Danny Williams - the man who once knocked out "Iron" Mike Tyson - is making headlines the world over.
Heavyweight Danny Williams has warned he is in the best shape in nearly a decade.
‘Assassin’ Lee says critics only spur him to new heights as he threatens to sink heavyweight champion who decked Tyson
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today vowed to silence the critics who branded him “crazy” to face heavyweight great Danny Williams.
Zoey Clark is focused on helping Great Britain achieve more 4x400m relay success at next month’s European championships in Berlin after missing out on selection for the individual 400m event.
James Hoad will compete in the Scottish East District 5,000m track championships at Glasgow’s Scotstoun stadium tomorrow evening with the aim of edging closer to the Aberdeen AAC senior men’s record for the distance.
Former Scottish youths champion Stephen Roger’s trip to play in France’s top amateur tournament turned into a nightmare he could never have imagined.
Golf: Stonehaven’s Locke announces he’s turned professional following Silver Medal success at Carnoustie
North-east teenager Sam Locke has announced his decision to join the professional ranks after winning the Silver Medal at the 147th Open Championship.
Aberdeenshire bounced back to form in Edinburgh where an inspired Chris Venske returned from injury to help his side home in a low-scoring game against Eastern Premier strugglers Stewarts Melville.
Stonehaven's Sam Locke has received the Silver Medal for the leading amateur at the 147th Open Championship.
Athletics: Doubts over Aberdeen’s Union Street mile race cast aside as festival of varied events revealed
Concerns over the future of the Celebrate Aberdeen Union Street mile have been cast aside and the event will go ahead on Saturday August 25 – with races for senior athletes as well as primary and secondary school children.
Hearts boss Craig Levein says the Jambos have to accept whatever punishment they are given after admitting to fielding an ineligible player against Cove Rangers.