Double Glasgow Commonwealth Games gold medallist Neil Fachie is among eight athletes from the north of Scotland among the 92 athletes across 10 sports who to be selected for April’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Kenny McLean has set his sights on leaving Aberdeen as a Scottish Cup winner.
Aberdeen eased past Dundee United to book their place in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup with a comfortable 4-2 fifth round victory at Pittodrie.
Gary Mackay-Steven insists Aberdeen can handle the pressure of being favourites when they face Dundee United in the William Hill Scottish Cup on Sunday.
Turriff United are looking for their third manager in a month after new boss Graeme Roy resigned.
World Cup winner Freddie Woodman wants more winners medals with Aberdeen.
Hamish Watson is confident Scotland won’t depart from their ambitious gameplan – but he says they would take five penalties to four if it got a precious Six Nations win against France at Murrayfield on Sunday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged his players to maintain the standard they have set in recent games as they bid to reach the last eight of the William Hill Scottish Cup this weekend.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged his players to maintain the standard they have set in recent games as they bid to reach the last eight of the Scottish Cup this weekend.
Billy Dodds believes the gap between Aberdeen and Dundee United is as big as it has ever been.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle insists his players have the drive and the quality to stay in the Premiership.
Ross County recorded their first victory since November 4 as three second half goals gave Owen Coyle’s side a deserved 4-1 win at Dundee.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes his captain Graeme Shinnie is being unfairly treated by referees.
Peterhead striker Russell McLean is determined to grasp the chance to lead League 2 once more this afternoon.
Peterhead striker Russell McLean is determined to help his team hit the top spot in League 2 once more this afternoon.
Fraserburgh striker Gary Harris has the souvenir he wanted to provide a lasting reminder of the day he played Rangers.
Aberdeen Grammar centre Greig Ryan has called on his players to rediscover their mean streak tomorrow when Selkirk visit Rubislaw.
Josh Windass’ hat-trick was the difference as Fraserburgh’s hopes of a Scottish Cup upset were sank by Rangers at Bellslea Park.
The wait is almost over for Fraserburgh.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes to see his forward line back in form when the Blue Toon travel to Berwick Rangers tonight.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is confident he will have a new goalkeeper in place to challenge Danny Rogers before the transfer window closes tomorrow.
Aberdeen came from behind to beat Kilmarnock at Pittodrie and reclaim second spot in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen slipped to defeat to Rangers for the third time this season as they lost 2-0 at Ibrox.
Kenny McLean has set his sights on going out a winner with Aberdeen.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists he could care less what reception he receives when he makes his return to Ibrox tonight.
Kenny McLean believes Norwich City is the right fit for him after completing his £200,000 move from Aberdeen to the English Championship club.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle is hopeful midfielder Greg Tansey will be available to make his debut within the next fortnight following a groin injury.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is ready to use the proceeds of the sale of Kenny McLean to try to lure Chris Cadden and Dylan McGeouch to Pittodrie.
Great Britain junior international Anna Macfadyen showed she is heading back towards full fitness by finishing third in the senior women’s race at the final East of Scotland Cross-Country League match of the season at Broxburn.
Aberdeen became the first team to book their place in tomorrow’s fifth round draw for the William Hill Scottish Cup as they beat Championship leaders St Mirren 4-1 at Pittodrie.
Fraserburgh’s glamour William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round tie against Rangers tomorrow has been postponed due to frost. Bellslea Park is frozen in patches despite the best efforts of the Highland League club to get their big game, which was due to be televised, on. The two clubs will try again on Wednesday, January 31.
Fraserburgh captain Ryan Christie insists he is ready for the biggest game of his career.