Iago Aspas is a little imp. He’s the kind of jack-in-the-box forward that defenders absolutely hate having to mark.
Aberdeen Grammar endured a tough time on the road in Glasgow.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark hopes she won’t go though the same rollercoaster of emotions at next month’s Commonwealth Games as she experienced at the World indoor championships in Birmingham.
Dons manager Derek McInnes today insisted he did not brand Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones a diver.
Greig Laidlaw has warned Ireland to beware Finn Russell after revealing the Scotland stand-off is in the mood to wreak further havoc after masterminding the dismantling of England.
Andrew Musgrave will not have a half-naked Tongan to contend with when he bids to become the first Brit to win an Olympic medal on snow at the Alpensia Cross Country Centre.
Six more North-east athletes will go for gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April – including double Glasgow Games gold medallist Neil Fachie.
Gregor Townsend has responded to last weekend's thrashing at the hands of Wales by making six changes to his Scotland line-up ahead of facing France on Sunday.
Aboyne's Shannon McWilliam is relishing the opportunity of playing in the Curtis Cup at Quaker Ridge in the United States later this year.
Aberdeen’s Darren Traynor today vowed to make history by becoming a three-time, three-weight Scottish champion.
Aberdeen Sports Village’s Table Tennis Academy pulled off another “smash”-ing performance at the Edinburgh Open.
Aberdeen Grammar get back into action tomorrow after a two-week break with what head coach Ali O’Connor regards as a “must win” game against lowly Stewart’s Melville.
A poor start at Braehead saw Aberdeen Lynx lose their first game of the year 6-3 to Paisley Pirates.
Two late tries were not enough to prevent Aberdeen Grammar slumping to their first defeat since mid-October after a rousing affair in the Borders where Kelso were happy to hang on against the late rally of the Rubislaw side.
This year is set to be another exciting one for Turriff racing driver Gordon Mutch.
The Aberdeen Oilcats will launch a second team this year – the first time the club have done so.
After racing in France and Scotland either side of the New Year, Robbie Simpson is now in Spain preparing for the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark is preparing to fly out to Florida to continue her preparations for the Commonwealth Games.
Zoey Clark’s silver medal-winning performance as part of the Great Britain women’s 4x400m relay squad at the London world championships in August was undoubtedly the highlight of the north-east athletics year.
Aberdeen’s Rob Sinclair is in line to represent Great Britain for the first time after producing a series of outstanding record-breaking performances during 2017.
Henderson aims to give his fans something to shout about in PDC World Championships battle with Cross
Huntly's John Henderson doesn’t want to let all his supporters in the north-east down when he competes in the third round of the PDC Darts World Championship.
For Huntly’s John Henderson the perfect Christmas present is a third round place in the PDC World Darts Championships.
Gordonians took full advantage of a trip to Orkney on a day when rugby on the mainland was generally confined to the freezer.
Byron Boxing Club fighter Boris Crighton thinks he has unfinished business in the amateur ranks after losing a box-off for a place at the Commonwealth Games next year.
Athletics: Deeside runner Robbie going all out to make history in East District cross country championships
Robbie Simpson travels to Livingston on Saturday with the aim of becoming the first north-east athlete for 35 years to win the senior men’s title in the East District cross country championships.
Aberdeen Grammar moved into fourth place in the BT National 1 league with a rampant 50-20 victory at Falkirk.
Wrestlezone undisputed champion Damien today vowed to end a landmark 2017 on a high by retaining his title in a grudge match against Crusher Craib.
The Granite City’s American Flag Football team are holding a rookie day this weekend to attract new members.
Shooter Calum gunning for gold as part of Scotland’s team Down Under at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
Culter shooter Calum Fraser is delighted he’ll be part of Team Scotland for the Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast in April.
Kickboxer Dean: If I could win all six belts it would make a massive statement before I move into boxing
Aberdeen kickboxing star Dean Sutherland today vowed to unify all six belts at 67kg before switching to a bid for glory at professional boxing.