Aberdeen FC Women were the big winners at the Scottish Women’s Football Awards, which were held in Glasgow on Saturday night.
Inverness golfer Russell Knox has confirmed he will tee it up in this summer’s Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club.
Ash Taylor has returned to Aberdeen on a two-year deal.
Rangers have confirmed the signing of former Aberdeen attacker Greg Stewart.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis was named player of the year at the club’s awards ceremony.
Caley Thistle defender Coll Donaldson will not hear any word of fatigue being a factor when his side face Dundee United in the Premiership play-off semi-final this week.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson is concerned the injury sustained by defender Shaun Rooney against Aberdeen is worse than first feared.
James Wilson has joined Aberdeen on a permanent basis after signing a two-year deal.
Defender Daniel Higgins feels Cove Rangers can head into an important double-header against two of their nearest challengers in League 2 with plenty of confidence.
Inverness athlete Mhairi Maclennan hopes to cap what has already been a successful cross-country season by producing another memorable performance in tomorrow’s national championships at Falkirk.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke was named manager of the year at the PFA Scotland end of season awards, while Celtic’s James Forrest scooped the player of the year accolade.
Miles Storey starts on the bench for Caley Thistle against Dundee United after returning on two-year deal
Miles Storey was named on the bench for today’s Championship opener against Dundee United at Tannadice.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell reckons Saturday’s Highland derby has taken on added significance with the sides sitting first and second in the Championship.
Tiger Woods had mixed emotions after failing to end a 10-year wait for a 15th major title.
Cove ended their Betfred Cup campaign in style with a 2-0 victory against League 1 Raith Rovers.
All John Henderson wants for Christmas is to still be in with a shot at glory in the PDC World championship.
Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven insists he is relaxed about his contract situation as he enters the final months of his Dons deal.
Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven is facing a race against time to make next month’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.
Aberdeen defender Dominic Ball is confident his side can pip Kilmarnock for third spot and ensure the Dons have European football to look forward to next term.
Derek McInnes marks his five-year anniversary at the Dons on Friday – but the Aberdeen manager insists he is no rush to leave Pittodrie.
Aberdeen have completed the signing of midfielder Stephen Gleeson.
At one stage Tiger Woods feared he would never be able compete at an Open championship again but believes the competition now represents the best opportunity of adding to his 14-major haul.
Aberdeen midfielder Miko Virtanen has joined Championship side Arbroath on a season-long loan.
Ross County defender Jason Naismith has completed his move to Peterborough United.
Scotland’s Fred Wyness hopes a strong north-east contingent can help the national team to success in the British Isles Short Mat Championships in Aberdeen this weekend.
Paul Hartley says the ambition shown by Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse convinced him the League 2 side was the right place to start the next chapter of his career.
Caley Thistle have confirmed that manager John Robertson has accepted a one-match ban after being sent to the stand in his side’s Scottish Premiership play-off defeat by Dundee United.
Aberdeen’s Richie Ramsay fears he may be forced to withdraw from today’s Made in Denmark event.
Greg Leigh sees no reason why Aberdeen can’t follow Livingston’s lead and inflict a second successive away league defeat on Celtic tomorrow.
Steve Tosh reckons Queen of the South didn’t get enough credit for their Hampden humbling of Aberdeen in 2008.
Open champion Shane Lowry paid tribute to his Scottish coach Neil Manchip as he geared up for this week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews.
Ellon’s Emma Wassell got into the game of rugby by chance but now hopes to help Scotland qualify for the next Women’s World Cup.