Mintlaw's Kim Little is set to miss 10 weeks after fracturing her leg playing for English Women's Super League side Arsenal.
Women’s football in the north-east: Scotland heroes Corsie and Little revisit their beginnings in the game
Scotland's women – with two north-east players at the heart of Shelley Kerr’s side – qualified for the World Cup in France next year.
One of the people who helped develop World Cup-bound midfield maestro Kim Little has labelled her “Scotland’s Pele”.
Scotland Women made history after reaching the World Cup finals for the first team following a 2-1 win against Albania.
Aberdeen's Rachel Corsie has been announced as the new captain of the Scotland Women’s National Team with Mintlaw’s Kim Little taking up the position of vice-captain.
Two top athletes will receive honorary degrees from an Aberdeen university.
Kim Little is helping the SFA's bid to entice more females to play football.
Mintlaw’s Kim Little has been named BBC’s Women’s Footballer of the Year.
Mintlaw's Kim Little has been shortlisted for the BBC's Women's Footballer of the Year award for the second time in a row.