It was the day two Aberdeen teams were on the wrong end of the highest-scoring day in Scottish Cup history.
Banchory’s Great Britain international Robbie Simpson is unlikely to be shaking the hand of Eritrean Pedro Mamu at the finish of tomorrow’s Sierre-Zinal run.
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.
The Milne Trophy has a very colourful history with controversy and bitter ill feeling emerging at the end of the 1902 championship race when it was first competed for.
An historic road-running cup which was first competed for over a century ago has mysteriously reappeared after being missing for many years.
Former Welsh junior international 800m track runner Jess Parson is making her mark on the North-east road running scene.
Zoey Clark’s hopes of one final top class international 400m race prior to the World Championships fell by the wayside because of travel chaos at Gatwick Airport.
Aberdeen should make the Baker Hughes 10k a permanent fixture like the London Marathon according to its first winner.