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.
An outbreak of equine flu has forced the cancellation of all British racing on Thursday – and the British Horseracing Authority is set to decide in the coming hours how long the shutdown must last.
An outbreak of equine flu has forced the cancellation of all British racing on Thursday.
Race meetings at all British racecourses have been cancelled on Thursday due to an outbreak of equine flu.
UPDATE: Anderson pulls out of darts’ Premier League – but Huntly hero Henderson will replace him in Aberdeen
Two-time darts world champion Gary Anderson has withdrawn from this year's Premier League with a back injury.
Andy Murray is out of the Australian Open - which could be his final tournament after announcing his impending retirement last week.
The stakes were high but Mr P secured the Wrestlezone Tri-Counties title by defeating holder Zach Dynamite – on his 40th birthday.
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.
Commonwealth Games marathon bronze medallist Robbie Simpson says taking part in the RunBalmoral races as a youngster was one of the factors which inspired him to become more seriously involved in athletics.
The Granite City’s only American football team are still celebrating an incredible season – but they’re now gearing up for a new campaign in a tougher league.
Aberdeen mixed martial artist Paull McBain is looking to move one fight away from a world title tonight.
Mikey Devlin enjoyed being involved with Scotland – now the Aberdeen defender wants to keep performing for his club so he stays in the international reckoning.
Ice hockey fans still have time to get their hands on shirts worn by the Aberdeen Lynx – and donate money to a good cause.
An Aberdeen-based former figure skater from Romania is making a name for herself on the Scottish ultra-distance running scene.
Aberdeen Lynx head coach Owen Reynolds hopes his side can put an end to a frustrating losing streak this weekend.
EUROPE have won the Ryder Cup back after Francesco Molinari defeated Phil Mickelson on the 16th hole at Le Golf National, Paris.
Aberdeen boxer Boris Crighton today vowed to put his Commonwealth Games agony behind him to take the professional ranks by storm.
Wrestlezone star Damien today vowed to recapture the Undisputed championship belt he believes was unfairly taken away from him.
Scottish wrestling star Grado today insisted his tag-team partnership with WWE legend Santino Marella is a coup for Aberdeen-based Wrestlezone.
A Czech runner living in Peterhead will take part in her first Scottish road race when she lines up with thousands of other participants in the Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run next weekend.
Stonehaven amateur Sam Locke insists he won’t rush into the decision on whether to turn professional after winning the Silver Medal at Carnoustie.
THE north-east’s American football prodigy could soon be playing on the “biggest stage” in the game.
Aberdeen AAC’s Zoey Clark is confident of earning selection for her third major international competition of the year when she competes in this weekend’s British athletics championships in Birmingham.