Midfielder Ross Draper was the hero for Caley Thistle as his header in the final minute of extra time gave Inverness victory against 10-man Dundee United at Caledonian Stadium last night.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is confident attacker Niall McGinn will deliver for the club - regardless of what position he plays.
Tony McGinness is ready for the biggest game of his Aberdeen Grammar career when Hawick visit Rubislaw tomorrow.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has challenged his players to extend Hibernian's Easter Road woes when the Dons travel to Edinburgh tomorrow.
Aberdeen defender Joe Shaughnessy has urged the next Republic of Ireland manager not to disregard the talent playing in Scotland.
Mark Reynolds believes familiarity is breeding success at Aberdeen.
"People say he's mellowed with age. Aye, right".
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has called on his reunited midfield pairing of Barry Robson and Willo Flood to make up for lost time now their partnership is back together. The summer signings played together for the first time since the opening day of the season in Saturday’s 1-0 win against Dundee United.
Joyous days such as the one Banks o' Dee enjoyed in 2008 when they put 10 goals past Highland League opposition Fort William could soon be an annual occasion for the Aberdeen junior club.
Aberdeen defender Clark Robertson believes the Dons have already shown they are on course to finish in the top six this season and should even be targeting second place.
Aberdeen Grammar head coach Kevin Wyness has urged his players not to be overawed tomorrow when they travel to play one of the most respected names in club rugby.
An image of Gothenburg Great Neil Simpson's famous number eight shirt will adorn one of the new Northern Lights buses operated by public transport firm First Aberdeen.
When a sportsman calls time on his career it can often be difficult filling the void his inactivity brings.
The Scottish Football Association will lead discussions to allow alcohol to be sold at football grounds in Scotland and is satisfied it is time to end a ban which stretches back to 1980.
Bennachie hill race winner Callum Smith will now turn his attention to trying to secure a place on the Great Britain team for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
Banchory's Becky Flaherty and Hatton's Louise Brown helped Scotland qualify for the European women's under-17 football finals in England next month after a 2-0 win over Finland in their final elite round match yesterday.
Aberdeen Grammar will welcome Glasgow Warriors professional Gordon Reid to their starting line-up tomorrow as they look to focus on the positives after back-to-back defeats in the last two weeks.
Culter attacker Jamie McAllister has sacrificed his country for his club commitments in the hope of firing his club into the third round of the Scottish Cup this weekend. The 30-year-old, brother of Peterhead attacker Rory, was selected for the Scotland Junior squad for the Quadrangular Tournament in Limerick, Republic of Ireland, which started yesterday.
Deveronvale have signed attacker Ricky Wardrop from Highland League rivals Lossiemouth on a two-year deal. The former Forres Mechanics forward was put on the transfer list by the Coasters last month after talks about an extension to his contract, which was due to expire in December, broke down.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged his players not to rest on their laurels after the team's winning run came to a halt.
The days of the Aberdeen Assassin having an opponent in his sights are no more as Lee McAllister hangs up his gloves.
Aberdeen allowed themselves to be drawn into St Mirren's style of play at Paisley last night.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty has warned the Dons they will have to match the determination of a St Mirren side trying to keep its manager in a job.
The wait for a first clean sheet of the season goes on for Peterhead goalkeeper Graeme Smith.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty has hailed 'top pro' Scott Vernon for forcing his way back into contention at Pittodrie.
Peceli Nacamavatu will return to help Aberdeen Grammar's cause this weekend just days after returning to home soil after duty of a very different kind.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged his players to put their recent history of suffering cup exits against lower league opponents to an end by showing the country this is a Dons team to be reckoned with.
Find Joe. A heated debate on social media last week swirled around the Aberdeen defender Joe Shaughnessy who found himself at the centre of a prank from his team-mates.