Former Caley Thistle skipper Bobby Mann says coping with Hearts' physicality holds the key to Inverness' hopes of reaching the Scottish Cup final.
Scott McKenna looks for redemption as Aberdeen stand-in captain prepares for second bite at Scottish Cup semi-finals
Twelve months on from his first donning of the captain’s armband, Scott McKenna will be hoping for an altogether different outcome.
Sam Cosgrove may be playfully tipped for the Ballon d’Or by Aberdeen supporters but his cult-hero status will not go to his head.
The Scottish Cup brings fond memories to Jamie McCart's household but the Caley Thistle defender says his father Chris is too modest to raise the subject of his 1991 triumph with Motherwell.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson has criticised the SPFL's decision to switch the Staggies' final home Championship match of the season to a Friday night.
Aaron Doran is grateful for the opportunity to return to Hampden Park having feared for his future shortly after winning the Scottish Cup on his last visit to the national stadium.
Paul Hartley not surprised Graeme Shinnie tempted by move to England after Aberdeen skipper holds Derby County talks
Former Aberdeen captain Paul Hartley is unsurprised Graeme Shinnie is tempted by a new challenge in England.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie has held talks with Derby County today.
The pain of a semi-final exit, with the cup in sight, was enough to tell Barry Nicholson it was time to move on.
The Highland League championship race moves on to Mosset Park on Saturday, where Cove need just a point to retain their title.
Lewis Ferguson has made a habit of scoring goals people cannot stop talking about.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson knows his Hearts counterpart Craig Levein will see Saturday's Scottish Cup semi final as a prime opportunity to take a giant stride towards ending his trophy drought.
Ross County defender Tom Griviosti has hailed the Staggies' resolve in dealing with a hectic schedule to move within touching distance of winning the Championship title.
Charlie Trafford tasted IRN-BRU Cup glory with Caley Thistle last season, but the midfielder is relishing stepping it up another level in Saturday's Scottish Cup semi final against Hearts.
Derek McInnes reckons the platform is there for Lewis Ferguson to prove he is the best young player in Scotland.
Ryan Esson helped Caley Thistle thrive as underdogs in their last Scottish Cup semi final and he insists they must do so again when they face Hearts this weekend.
Caley Thistle skipper Carl Tremarco insists he never lost belief Inverness could return to the national stage despite their relegation from the top flight.
Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack believes getting into the Europa League group stages is the club’s next target.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons his Celtic counterpart Neil Lennon is on a hiding to nothing ahead of this Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
Four years on from his Scottish Cup heroics against Celtic, David Raven backs Caley Thistle to live the Hampden Park dream again
For David Raven, it was his cup final.
Eric Watson accepts his time at Cove Rangers looks set to come to an end but he is determined to go out on a high.
Failing to end Aberdeen’s long wait for Scottish Cup success remains Willo Flood’s biggest regret of his time with the Dons.
Ross County moved eight points clear at the top of the Championship courtesy of a 1-0 victory over Dunfermline at Victoria Park.
Caley Thistle have appointed Scot Gardiner as the club's new chief executive officer.
Graeme Shinnie insists he will do all he can to help Aberdeen reach the Scottish Cup final – despite being suspended for this weekend’s semi-final against Celtic.
Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox believes the Staggies’ home wins have provided the bedrock for their progress this season.
In his penultimate game for the club he has served for 16 seasons, Deveronvale captain Graeme Watt grabbed what could be his last goal for the Banffers as his 65th-minute strike sealed the points.
Sam Burnett marked his return from injury in style by helping Cove Rangers to victory in the Highland League Cup final against Formartine United at Harlaw Park in Inverurie.
Cove Rangers have dedicated their 2019 Highland League Cup win to courageous young fan Megan McIntosh.
Here are today’s results from the Highland League fixtures: Highland League Cup Final Cove Rangers 2-0 Formartine United Highland League Clachnacuddin 2-3 Fraserburgh Fort William 2-6 Nairn County Huntly 3-1 Buckie Thistle Rothes 2-1 Wick Academy Strathspey Thistle 0-4 Keith Turriff United 2-3 Deveronvale
Sam Cosgrove took his tally to 20 for the season with a brace in Aberdeen's 2-0 win over Dundee.
Caley Thistle strengthened their grip on the Championship promotion play-off spots with a 1-0 victory against Ayr United at Somerset Park.