Scotland captain Rachel Corsie is glad a decision was made to postpone this year’s Olympics.
John Henderson insists he has to learn from his Premier League loss to Nathan Aspinall.
Aberdeen-trained undefeated super-middleweight John Docherty today targeted a British title shot this year.
Gallery: Huntly thrower John Henderson apologises for defeat as PDC Premier League returns to Aberdeen
Local hero John Henderson apologised to his home crowd after his Premier League defeat to Nathan Aspinall at P&J Live.
Two-time world champ Anderson is relishing a return to the Premier League on home soil after missing last year’s tournament due to injury.
Best is yet to come from Scottish world champion Peter Wright as Premier League Darts comes to Aberdeen
WORLD champion Peter Wright believes his best is yet to come as he starts his bid for Premier League glory in Aberdeen tonight.
Huntly thrower John Henderson aims to make Premier League return in Aberdeen best night of his career
JOHN Henderson didn’t think his Premier League debut could be topped – but now the Highlander is out to make tonight’s return the best night of his career.
JOHN Henderson admits he feels lucky to be in the Premier League – but wants to take full advantage by becoming the first challenger to win in the event.
The 2020 PDC Premier League of darts gets under way in Aberdeen tomorrow.
John Henderson admits the pressure on him is unique ahead of making his second Premier League appearance.
Aberdeen's Neil Fachie was forced to settle for silver in the men's sprint at the UCI Para-cycling World Championship in Milton, Canada.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie was thrilled to reclaim the 1km time trial gold at the UCI Para-cycling World Championship in Canada.
Huntly's John Henderson has received a silver pin from the PDC in recognition of a nine dart finish.
Aberdeen will host a re match of the recent World championship final on the opening night of the Premier League darts at P&J Live next month.
Greig Laidlaw has announced his retirement from international rugby union.
Undefeated Aberdeen welterweight Dean Sutherland aims to take another step closer to emulating mentor Gary Jacobs by claiming Commonwealth title glory.
Aberdeenshire travel to Perth tomorrow bidding to make their position safe in the Premier League.
Scotland coach Shane Burger admitted they were completely outplayed by Oman after a mauling at Mannofield.
A series of long Munro-bashing days in the hills provided the foundations for Siobhan Killingbeck’s stunning victory in one of Scotland’s toughest running events.
Scottish swimmer Ross Murdoch says a personal best in the 200m breaststroke would represent success for him at the World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju.
Scottish swimming superstar Duncan Scott wants to take another huge stroke forward at this month’s World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.
Aberdeen’s two Eastern Premier teams will be aiming to find some form tomorrow before they meet the following week.
Turriff racing driver Gordon Mutch got his Ginetta GT5 Challenge season off to a flying start and he hopes to continue it this weekend.
Aberdeen Grammar ended a successful season on a high at Stirling, beating Highland to lift the National League Cup.
Aberdeen Grammar have the opportunity to raise their profile tomorrow when they bid to win the National League Cup at Stirling.
Tiger Woods has won the 83rd Masters at Augusta National. Woods’ score of -13 secured his fifth green jacket – the last of which came in 2005. It is also the American’s 15th Major, meaning he is now three off Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18. More to follow.
North-east super-bantamweight Billy Stuart will fight for his first title as a professional in May.
Rosie Payne hopes her battle to return to rowing culminates in Robert Gordon University retaining the Aberdeen Boat Race crown.
Aberdeen Lynx coach Owen Reynolds thinks there’s a silver lining to his team’s play-offs exit – it will give them confidence they can knock Dundee Comets out of the Scottish Cup.
Scotland will need to raise their game at Murrayfield tomorrow against a furious Ireland.