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.
Gordonians took full advantage of a trip to Orkney on a day when rugby on the mainland was generally confined to the freezer.
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 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 will make the long trip to Selkirk with great confidence after their encouraging near thing against National Division 1 favourites Gala.
Aberdeen Grammar's run of poor away results in National League 1 continued in Tayside where despite dominating the second-half against Dundee High, they ran out 19-12 losers.
Aberdeenshire were in good scoring form but still lost 43-33 to GHK to lie fifth in National League 2.
Gordonians clawed themselves back into the national leagues after an enthralling Caley Division 1 game at Countesswells.
A spirited second-half performance from Aberdeen Grammar was not enough to save them from a 51-12 defeat at the hands of high-flying Ayr of the Premiership in the third round of the Scottish Cup at Rubislaw.
ABERDEEN Grammar's prospects of avoiding relegation from National League 1 look dim after another hot-and-cold performance.