Westhill Academy pupil Robbie Farquhar showed his preparations for next month’s Scottish heptathlon championships are going well by posting the fastest 60m hurdles time of the day in the Aberdeen Sports Village open graded meeting.
Scotland international sprinter Maddy Silcock (Banchory Stonehaven AC) admitted to being slightly nervous about stepping on to a running track for the first time in six months to compete in yesterday’s open graded meeting at Aberdeen Sports Village.
Shinty officials are to discuss whether to introduce sin-bins for players who collect a booking.
Aberdeen’s Niall McGinn would love it if Michael O’Neill snubbed the overtures of Scotland and remained in charge of Northern Ireland.
New Keith manager Dean Donaldson was unable to get off to a winning start as the Maroons succumbed to a 2-0 Highland League defeat by Wick Academy at Harmsworth Park on Saturday.
Aberdeen ended their mid-season trip to Dubai with a hot-tempered 2-0 defeat by Uzbek champions Lokomotiv Tashkent in a match that seemed to be anything but a friendly.
Sam Robertson headed home the winner as reigning Highland League champions Buckie edged out Huntly 2-1 in a feisty match with both sides finishing with 10 men.
Derek McInnes insists Hull City will be wasting their time if they try to test Aberdeen with another bid for Scott McKenna.
Caley Thistle midfielder Joe Chalmers was relieved to end his long wait to find the net after scoring his first career goal in Saturday’s 3-1 Championship victory against Queen of the South.
Elgin City manager Gavin Price hailed the tenacity of his players in grinding out six points from perilous positions in the last two matches.
Aberdeen rounded off their mid-season break in Dubai with an ill-tempered 2-0 defeat to Uzbek champions Lokomotiv Tashkent.
The first touch was mesmerically crisp. The second was a complete shambles.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally reckons attacker Rory McAllister is in the form of his life as the Blue Toon continue their bid to get back to League 1 at the first attempt.
Aberdeen’s new loan signing Chidi Nwakali hopes to line up against one of his current Dons team-mates, Kari Arnason, in this summer’s World Cup finals in Russia.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has rejected assertions he is flush with money to reinvest in his Aberdeen squad.
Stepping up to the senior Scotland squad is a burning ambition for Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna.
Dubai is one of those major cities around the world that operates on a whole different plane to what many are used to.
Aberdeen have signed Manchester City midfielder Chidi Nwakali on loan until the end of the season.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty believes his side’s warm weather training camp in Dubai will ensure they aren’t caught cold by St Mirren in the Scottish Cup.
Ross County have completed the loan signing of Aberdeen midfielder Greg Tansey.
Aberdeen non-executive director Duncan Skinner has been fined £1,000 for breaching betting rules.
Aberdeen have re-signed Northern Ireland international Niall McGinn on a three-and-a-half year deal.
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds admits he has been frustrated by his lack of game time during the first half of the season.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is determined to end 2017 on a positive note with two victories at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen winger Greg Stewart is targeting maximum points from his side’s next two games to ensure the Dons go into the winter break no worse than eight points behind leaders Celtic.
Scott Fox knows Ross County need to sort themselves out quickly if they are to get off the bottom of the Premiership.
Fraserburgh hit seven goals without reply against nine-man Huntly at Bellslea with Broch captain Ryan Christie bagging a hat-trick.
Highland League leaders Cove Rangers ran out narrow victors in a five-goal thriller against Deveronvale at Princess Royal Park.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes felt his make-shift Dons team was unfortunate to suffer a 3-0 defeat at Celtic Park.
Owen Coyle feels Ross County are not far from clicking despite their 2-1 defeat to Hibernian confining them to the bottom of the Premiership at Christmas.
Hibernian came from a goal behind to claim a deserved three points in a 2-1 win over Ross County.
Aberdeen’s wait for a league victory at Celtic Park continues as the Hoops moved eight points clear with a 3-0 victory.