Aberdeen Grammar took one step forward in their opening game in the Premiership – a four-try win at home to Edinburgh Accies.
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Aberdeen Grammar’s quest goes on for a top-four place in National League 1 after they bounced back to beat Selkirk last week at Rubislaw.
Aberdeen Grammar will be going all out tomorrow to make amends for last week’s 22-18 defeat at home to league strugglers Stewart’s Melville.
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.
Aberdeen Grammar moved into fourth place in the BT National 1 league with a rampant 50-20 victory at Falkirk.
The North-east’s most experienced coach has boldly predicted Scotland can beat New Zealand tomorrow after more than a century of trying to get the better of the best team in the game.
When Scotland meet Samoa in Edinburgh tomorrow, Aberdeen Grammar head coach Ali O’Connor is confident it will mark the start of a successful run for Gregor Townsend.
Aberdeen Grammar will go into the autumn break with their chances of achieving a top-four finish in National League 1 boosted after a convincing win at the expense of Dundee High at Rubislaw.
Aberdeen Grammar take on Dundee High tomorrow knowing a win could help them on their way to achieving their objective of a top four place in National League 1.
Aberdeen Grammar kept their top-four drive in National League 1 alive after a late try saw them squeeze home 22-20 against Cartha Queen’s Park.
Aberdeen Grammar registered back-to-back wins to move into mid-table safety in National League 1 after a convincing 67-27 win at the expense of Stewart’s-Melville in Edinburgh, even if head coach Ali O’Connor was not entirely happy.
Aberdeen Grammar shrugged off last week’s disappointing eight-try rout in Edinburgh with a controlled, efficient second-half performance at home to GHA.
Aberdeen Grammar will make the long trip to Selkirk with great confidence after their encouraging near thing against National Division 1 favourites Gala.
Aberdeen Grammar made a spirited start to their National League 1 campaign coming within a converted try of toppling title favourites Gala at Rubislaw.