An Aberdeen surgeon who won a daring TV challenge is to chat about her experience as part of a fundraising initiative.
Ali Price admits victory at Twickenham for the first time in 36 years may not be enough to salvage Scotland’s miserable Guinness Six Nations campaign.
Stuart McInally has told Wales’ Grand Slam-chasers to get ready for a battle after warning Scotland will not go down without a fight.
Gregor Townsend insists dropping Greig Laidlaw for Saturday’s clash with Wales is not the beginning of the end for the skipper’s Scotland career.
Fraser Brown insists Scotland do not need to stop the rot against Wales – but they do have to tidy up the momentary lapses that have derailed their Guinness Six Nations bid.
League rugby swings back into action tomorrow, giving club supporters the chance to get behind their local teams after the hurly burly of the Six Nations.
England forwards coach Steve Borthwick has played down as routine “pushing and shoving” the clashes that took place between England and Georgia players during training on Wednesday.
Gregor Townsend admits Scotland have two weeks to brush up their act or face the prospect of another loss when they come up against Wales.
The Duke of Sussex has spoken of sport’s “amazing ability to change people’s lives” as he kicked off a rugby charity fundraising night attended by past and present England stars.
Finn Russell insists Scotland will come out fighting against France as they look to get their Guinness Six Nations campaign back on track.
Every week our archive team pick a selection of their favourite images taken by our photographers over the past few decades – today we feature pictures from our north-east school’s rugby files.
Greig Laidlaw has warned Ireland to expect a storm at Murrayfield as Scotland look to blow away their Guinness Six Nations title dreams.
Gregor Townsend admits he was racked with second thoughts as he weighed up whether to drop hat-trick hero Blair Kinghorn for Saturday’s crucial Guinness Six Nations crunch with Ireland.
Peter Horne has warned Ireland that Scotland will be out to end their Guinness Six Nations “title dreams” when they meet at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Blair Kinghorn scored Scotland’s first ever Guinness Six Nations hat-trick as they kicked-off this year’s tournament with a 33-20 win over Italy.
Skipper Greig Laidlaw has told Scotland to forget about this year’s World Cup and focus on the here and now of the Guinness Six Nations.
Welsh rugby fans and pundits trying to get to Paris for the opener of the Six Nations faced being stranded after flight cancellations due to snow.
Gregor Townsend has watched Sam Johnson take Scotland to his heart – now he insists the Australia-born centre fully deserves his chance to represent his adopted nation.
Chris Harris suffered calamity in Cardiff on his Six Nations debut – now the Scotland centre is seeking atonement against the Azzurri.
Scotland stand no chance of ending their long wait for Guinness Six Nations glory if they do not take care of Italy in Saturday’s championship opener, hooker Stuart McInally has warned.
Gregor Townsend still believes in his injury-ravaged Scotland squad can challenge for the Guinness Six Nations crown.
Former England rugby coach Stuart Lancaster says that public failure has made him a better leader.
The issue has come under the spotlight in recent months as a result of Broch rugby player Chris Arnott who was saved by his team-mates when they used a defibrillator to get his heart started after he collapsed on the pitch.
Detectives who seized £400,000 in cash after stopping a van have recovered a further £100,000 at the driver’s home.
Aberdeen Grammar will end the year in a strong position to force home their top-four aspirations should they beat Kelso tomorrow at Rubislaw.
Aberdeen Grammar had to dig deep against a Kirkcaldy side who simply refused to give in, only easing past the Fifers late in the second half to win 27-25.
Aberdeen Grammar will head into the last two games before the festive break in the best of health after their convincing 47-28 win at Rubislaw last weekend against second-placed Musselburgh.
A north-east dad-of-two who lay on a rugby pitch without a heartbeat for seven minutes while team-mates worked to save him has fulfilled a dream – meeting the national team.
Easing into his middle years was never going to be part of the agenda for north-east man Richard Cochrane.
Aberdeen Grammar start the second half of their National League 1 programme tomorrow with a testing game away to Jed-Forest.