Gallagher Premiership clubs will have flexibility to select whatever team they want during the final nine rounds of the 2019-20 season and will not be punished for fielding a side full of academy players.
Premiership Rugby is in negotiations with top-flight players over how best to manage their welfare when the competition returns.
On this day in 2008, Leicester Tigers sacked head coach Marcelo Loffreda after only one season in charge.
Aberdeen-born Mike Biggar, 70, is attempting to walk 500 steps in 30 days to raise £50,000, after he was inspired by the efforts of the Second World War veteran, Colonel Tom Moore.
Rugby is embedded in schools across the north-east, in this week’s Aberdonian we’re taking a look back at sporting memories of the past. We’ve selected photos of players and teams from 1980-1991 to showcase some of the highs and lows of the game. Click below to view the full gallery:
A Scottish rugby legend will host a star-studded dinner to raise funds for a north-east charity.
Aberdeen Grammar will be back in action tomorrow after a four-week break from the Premiership.
Aberdeen Grammar start the new year knowing only a win will do.
An Aberdeen rugby team has received a £2,500 donation.
Aberdeen Grammar will be bidding to get back on track at Rubislaw tomorrow.
Aberdeen Grammar have been forced to revise their target for the season after winning four of their first five starts, according to centre Tom Aplin.
Pub boss Alex told BBC Radio 1's Greg James only one customer had showed for the early opening - and they he had around 6,500 chicken wings on site.
In this week’s Aberdonian we’ve taken back at some of the major storms that hit the region in the 50s, 60s and 70s. We’ve dug out these images from across our archives showing the damage caused by these massive weather events.
In this week’s Aberdonian, and with the Rugby World Cup in full swing, we’re focusing on the north-east’s rugby players We’ve dug out these images from across our archives take in the past few decades.
Aberdeen Grammar surged back to form in the Borders running in six tries at Selkirk.
Watching re-runs of classic rugby matches could prove a tonic for older people, NHS England’s director for dementia has said.
One of rugby union’s greatest prizes will be on display for the Aberdeen public tomorrow.
An Aberdeen surgeon who won a daring TV challenge is to chat about her experience as part of a fundraising initiative.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Aberdeen Grammar slumped to their sixth defeat in 10 starts, leaving the prospect of a top half finish in National League 1 hanging by a thread.
Aberdeen Grammar approach the halfway point of their National League 1 campaign needing two wins to guarantee themselves a top-half place.
A rugby player has been fined after he smashed a pint glass over a bouncer’s head when he told him to leave an Aberdeen bar.