Ambitious amateur side Rothie Rovers are making the most of the football shutdown as they gear up for an application to join the Junior ranks.
Tommy Forbes says it would be “unbelievable” if Banks o’ Dee can complete an unprecedented clean sweep of trophies in Junior football this term.
Culter remain fourth in the McBookie.com Superleague after this narrow success against Hall Russell United.
East End boss Stuart Whicher says the Superleague side are getting “stronger and stronger every week” after a forced rebuild in the middle of the season.
Banks o’ Dee hit super seven to blow Highland Turriff away in Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup semis
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Jamie Watt says they have the belief to win the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup after reaching the final with a 7-0 thrashing of Turriff United.
Colony Park gave their chances of McBookie.com Superleague survival a real boost with an excellent victory over Culter at Crombie Park.
Bank o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes has been delighted with their season.
Young Aberdeen ice hockey players have been playing against kids up to four years older than them – and impressing.
North-east interest in this season’s national competition came to an end as nine-man Dyce lost out to Irvine Meadow.
Banks o’ Dee’s 100% Superleague record remains intact but only after the Spain Park side were given a fright by a Newburgh Thistle outfit who will feel aggrieved they did not take anything from the game.
Islavale assistant boss Kevin Collins praised his "underdogs" after they shocked Dyce to win the Domino's Pizza North Regional Cup.
FC Stoneywood powered into the quarter-finals of the PMAC Group McLeman Cup with a comfortable 3-0 win over Maud at Clark Commercial Park.
Stonehaven bowed out of the GA Engineering Inter Regional Cup in poor conditions at Glenury Park.