The future of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards has been secured after the Evening Express agreed to take on the event.
McAllister ‘devastated’ after losing five stone for axed title fight at Livingston’s Tony Macaroni Arena
After shedding five stone in 12 weeks Lee McAllister admits he is devastated at the late cancellation of his title fight in Livingston.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally admits he’s disappointed, but not surprised to lose Paul Willis.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson is thrilled Archie Macphee has agreed to stay with the club and revealed he knocked back a full-time offer.
Cove Ladies assistant says Women’s World Cup has been ‘superb’ for game with boss following Scotland in France
Cove Rangers Ladies got back to winning ways in the SWFL Division One North at the weekend, despite having a few important figures supporting Scotland in France.
Lee McAllister’s open air WBU title fight in Livingston on Saturday has suffered a late cancellation.
Former Don Kenny McLean insists Scotland can take the game to the world’s best tonight.
Aberdeen super-bantamweight Craig Leadbetter is set to make his professional debut on the under-card of the boxer who inspired him.
Peterhead boss McInally recalls 1987 debut for Scotland against Belgium ahead of crucial Euro 2020 qualifier
Jim McInally recalls being given the runaround by Belgium on his Scotland debut.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally believes David McCracken has a bright future in coaching after deciding to stay with the club.
McKenna – Boss Clarke has made Scotland hard to break down and we can get Euro 2020 qualifying result against Belgium
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is confident Scotland manager Steve Clarke’s organisation can frustrate the No 1 ranked side in the world.
Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn hopes to be fit for the Europa League first qualifying round.
Willie Miller: Euro 2020 qualifying win against Cyprus was a relief to Clarke and every Scotland supporter
It wasn't totally convincing – but Scotland got Steve Clarke’s reign as manager off to a winning start in what was a must-win game.
Former Don Ryan Fraser says he aspires to reach the same level as Belgian superstar Eden Hazard.
Captain Corsie: Second half of England defeat shows Scotland can compete with big teams at World Cup
Captain Rachel Corsie thinks the second half of Scotland’s 2-1 loss to England has reinforced their belief they can compete at the World Cup.
An early VAR-awarded penalty put Scotland on course for an opening 2-1 defeat against England at the World Cup in France.
The Scottish FA’s woman in the north-east has arrived in France to follow the national team’s World Cup debut – and she doesn’t want to come home after the group stage.
Athletics: North-east ultra-runner Cowley reveals hallucinations while taking part in gruelling race
Hallucinations induced by sleep deprivation are part and parcel of Chris Cowley’s ultra-distance running experiences.
Andy Robertson has experienced glory with Liverpool – now he wants the same with Scotland.
In the quest for success, something new is brewing at Balmoor.
Aberdeen’s two Eastern Premier teams will be aiming to find some form tomorrow before they meet the following week.