Yoann Arquin is in the County squad for today’s crucial game against Kilmarnock. The French forward is named among the substitutes at Victoria Park.
Defending Scottish rally championship champion David Bogie and co-driver Kevin Rae are targeting a fourth Granite City Rally win tomorrow after their dominant display at the Border Counties Rally last month.
Shire target the title with right mix of old and new Captain Buchan has high hopes despite loss of talented duo
Aberdeenshire captain Tyler Buchan is determined to go one better this season and lead his club to the Eastern Premier League championship.
The final countdown to the inaugural Aberdeen Youth Games began this week with the start of a baton relay which promises to inspire hundreds of primary pupils across the city.
Golden oldie Alan McManus has told snooker's new generation to ditch Facebook and knuckle down after rolling back the years to defeat compatriot and four-time world champion John Higgins at the Crucible.
Scotland beat MCC’s target of 149 to win by one wicket at Lord’s following dramatic last wicket stand from Majid Haq and Alasdair Evans.
Celtic assistant manager Johann Mjallby is to leave the Scottish Premiership champions at the end of the season.
Scotland bowl out MCC for 149 at Lord’s before lunch.
Four-time former world snooker champion John Higgins has been knocked out of this year’s World Championship by fellow Scot Alan McManus.
Peter Dawson is to retire as chief executive of the R&A and secretary of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews next year.
Fraserburgh FC will unveil their plaque in commemoration of the naming of the Jim Adams stand before Saturday’s game against Strathspey Thistle.
Rothes manager Graeme Roy and his assistant Rab Mulheron have agreed new two year contracts with the club.
The SFA have announced Celtic attacker Leigh Griffiths’s hearing has been adjourned until Thursday, May 22 to allow for the conclusion of the ongoing criminal investigation by Police Scotland.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes expects his players to fight to the end as they close in on a European place.
Scotland international Chuxx Onyia led Aberdeen AAC to second position - behind champions Central AC in the opening men's National League First Division meeting of the season at Grangemouth.
Money raised during the tournament will support a nationwide campaign Gallacher launched in December to make automated external defibrillators (AEDs) widely available at golf clubs and driving ranges in the UK and Ireland.
Gallacher will captain one of the 70-plus teams taking part in the 54-hole event at Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch and Nairn from September 30 to October2.
Former Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher is to lead a field of nearly 300 golfers in theTomatin Homecoming Single Malt Pro-Am over three of Scotland’s most renowned links courses later this year.
David Moyes will be sacked as Manchester United manager, according to reports. Reports suggest the Scot’s ill-fated reign as Red Devils manager is near an end, possibly even before this weekend’s game at home to Norwich.
Former Open champion Paul Lawrie fears he will not be back in action until May 22 at the BMW Championship at Wentworth due to a trapped nerve in his neck.
It was the result neither team wanted as Caley Thistle and Aberdeen contrived to impede each other's European push in a tense and fraught encounter at Caledonian Stadium last night.
Aberdeen midfielder Willo Flood has extra motivation to ensure the Dons finish second behind champions Celtic in the Scottish Premiership this season.
Aberdeen face the prospect of playing their first competitive game of next season on July 3 if they finish third in the Scottish Premiership.
After helping to prevent England from lifting the Centenary Shield last week, Aberdeen midfielder Jamie Henry believes Scotland's under-18 schoolboys footballers can lay their hands on the prize.
North high jumper Rachael Mackenzie took a step closer to confirming her place on the Scotland team for this summer's Commonwealth Games by clearing the qualifying height of 1.80m at the Inverness open meeting.
The Scottish Rugby Union is helping fund pioneering research into repairing spinal cord injuries at the University of Aberdeen.
Caley Thistle defender Josh Meekings believes the John Hughes regime is beginning to take shape at Inverness.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes has asked for patience from supporters as he tries to introduce his brand of passing football at the club.
Aberdeen Grammar want Kevin Wyness to stay on at Rubislaw, despite sacking him as head coach.
Kevin Wyness has been sacked as head coach following Aberdeen Grammar's relegation from the Scottish Premiership.
Ryder Cup heavyweights Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood have confirmed they will join one of the strongest fields in the history of the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen in July.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has warned his players they cannot pass up their scoring chances for a third time this season when they travel to Hearts tomorrow.