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Hopes of the game of cricket being played again soon in the north-east were given a boost by the Scottish Government’s announcement of a further lifting of restrictions.
Commonwealth Games marathon medallist Robbie Simpson weighs up openings as return of competitions looks near
Banchory’s Commonwealth Games marathon bronze medallist Robbie Simpson hopes to be back racing before too long – he’s just not too sure where it might be.
Aberdeen cruiserweight Liam Allan is set to make his professional debut after shedding 40kg since turning to boxing.
Mannofield, the scene of many a rousing cricket game over the past 166 years, is set to become the biggest beer garden in the north-east, according to the Aberdeenshire president.
Aberdeen’s Gemma Dryburgh made it back-to-back wins on the Rose Ladies Series by claiming victory in the first ever women’s professional golf tournament held at Royal St George’s.
Scotland hill running international Hamish Battle has been building his endurance base by working as a tattie roguer on a local farm.
Aberdeen skipper Joe Lewis signs on as Newmachar Golf Club ambassador and reveals which Don has the best swing
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis will "promote golf to people of all ages and abilities" after signing on as Newmachar's club ambassador.
When former Crathie player John Hitchen read of the death of cricket great Sir Everton Weekes, he immediately recalled the connection to his father, Cedric.
Aberdeen golfer David Law hopes breaking the course record at Hazlehead bodes well for his European Tour return later this month.
Aberdeen's Gemma Dryburgh has set her sights on a quick double after notching her biggest professional career win.
Many golfers were surprised by the news from Scottish Golf that opens were still off limits despite the lifting of the five-mile travel ban.
Kenyan athlete Isaiah Kosgei is disappointed to hear that the Baxters Loch Ness marathon has been cancelled.
Ultra-distance race organiser Andrew Gordon hopes to complete an unexpected double later this year.
Aberdeen lightweight Nathan Beattie will box for the first time since the Covid-19 lockdown when headlining a televised event in the city.
North-east cricket has received a welcome double boost after weeks of inactivity.
Stonehaven’s Robert Hudson has been experiencing life as a runner during the coronavirus pandemic from a South Korean perspective.
Aberdeen athlete Zoey Clark is delighted to "get back to a wee bit of normality".
Team GB sprinter Zoey Clark among elite athletes who will be able to use Aberdeen Sports Village’s outdoor track from this week
Some of the north-east's top athletics stars will be able to access the outdoor track at Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) from this week.
Evening Express Champion of Champions title-holder Barrie shrugs off 10-week absence to shoot 60 at Kings Links
Bon Accord’s Barrie Edmond played down shrugging off a 10-week lockdown absence to card an 11-under-par 60 at the Kings Links.
The tee-times race has eased for thousands of Scottish golfers.
Shane Burger believes Scottish cricket can return stronger than ever after coronavirus.
North-east rugby correspondent Jack Nixon admitted he was stunned when many of the clubs in the Caledonia area came together to mark his 80th birthday.
Great Britain mountain running international Robbie Simpson is planning an epic 85-mile run from the mouth of the River Dee to its source high in the Cairngorms.
The running club at Westpark school have remained active throughout the lockdown – despite suffering some disappointments along the way.
John Henderson believes it would be fantastic for darts if the World Matchplay can take place – regardless of whether he qualifies.
Cruden Bay are hoping First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gives them the green light to finally tee off their season in style this weekend.
Aberdeen's Gemma Dryburgh is thrilled by the prospect of competing in the inaugural Justin Rose Ladies Series this season.
Neil Fachie is determined to make the most of his sight.
Cricket clubs in the north-east have been left in a state of “limbo”, according to a senior official of the Aberdeenshire Cricket Association (ACA).
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark and Banchory Stonehaven AC’s Alisha Rees are two of Britain’s top sprinters – but they are only following in the footsteps of some long forgotten north-east pioneers of women’s athletics.