Aberdeen Grammar head into the finishing straight of a long campaign in National League 3 tomorrow.
Aberdeen Grammar endured a tough time on the road in Glasgow.
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.
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 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 face a tough test when they take on League 1 leaders Marr in Ayrshire tomorrow in their fight to avoid relegation.