Striker Rory McAllister is on the verge of leaving Peterhead and joining Cove Rangers.
Glenn Murison was pleased to play his part in earning Huntly a point against Inverurie Locos after his Christmas concussion nightmare.
Andrew McCarthy hopes Peterhead can provide him with a path back to full-time football.
Grant Campbell is poised to make his first appearance as a Fraserburgh player when the Broch head to Forres Mechanics today.
League 1 leaders Raith Rovers are pursuing Elgin City striker Shane Sutherland.
Andrew Greig believes he’ll get better in the weeks ahead after making his first start for Formartine United in more than two months.
Buckie Thistle’s Andrew MacAskill says they need to stop leaking late goals.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is disappointed they may be without Paddy Boyle for a few weeks.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson hopes their late win over Buckie Thistle can be the start of an upturn in form.
Elgin City manager Gavin Price admits he may have to try to bring in a defender in the January transfer window.
Jamie Masson believes Cove Rangers and Edinburgh City are bringing out the best in each other on as they go toe-to-toe at the top of League Two.
Ryan Conroy hopes being good this Christmas can see Peterhead rewarded with three points.
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John Henderson says the underdog successes of Fallon Sherrock have given him the belief he can win the PDC World Championship.
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John Henderson believes his World Championship opponent Gerwyn Price is winning new fans having been the PDC’s pantomime villian.
Jim McInally rates East Fife as the best team Peterhead have played this season – but believes his side are equipped to deal with them today.
John Henderson was thrilled to reach the third round of the PDC World Championships – but believes he can still play better.
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Huntly’s John Henderson says he would like to see Raymond van Barneveld reconsider retiring ahead of starting his PDC World Championship campaign.
Ben Stokes has thanked his team-mates after capping the greatest year of his career by winning BBC Sports Personality Of The Year award – which was presented in Aberdeen.
Fraserburgh progressed to the Aberdeenshire Shield final and a game against Inverurie Locos after winning a pulsating semi-final against Formartine United last night.
Cove Rangers defender Daniel Higgins is facing six to eight weeks on the sidelines.
Formartine United won through to the semi-final of the Aberdeenshire Shield after a penalty shoot-out victory against Buckie Thistle.
Formartine United defender Darryn Kelly hopes their point at Fraserburgh can provide some impetus as they look to retain the Aberdeenshire Shield.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie was left rueing missed chances and decisions that went against his side as it finished all square at Bellslea.
Cammy Eadie is keen to impress if he returns to the Peterhead team at Forfar this afternoon.
Despite the pain of Peterhead’s Scottish Cup exit Jack Leitch insists it has given them a confidence boost for the rest of the season.
Huntly progressed to the semi-final of the Aberdeenshire Shield after a nail-biting penalty shoot-out win against Turriff United.
Peterhead made it three games unbeaten with this point but it was far from a classic at Balmoor with the Blue Toon and Montrose cancelling each other out.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has called on his side to have the confidence and belief to continue their winning run.
Aberdeen reserve manager Paul Sheerin was thrilled that Ash Taylor was involved for their Aberdeenshire Shield tie against Inverurie Locos.
Fraserburgh kept their cool in snow and sub-zero temperatures to beat Keith and progress to the semi-finals of the Aberdeenshire Shield.
Inverurie Locos beat Aberdeen on penalties in a thrilling Shire Shield quarter-final at Harlaw Park.
Scotland cricket captain Kyle Coetzer has no plans for next autumn’s T20 World Cup in Australia to be his international swansong.