Highland heavyweight boxing prospect Gary Cornish's British title eliminator against Ian Lewison on Saturday is off.
For the fifth time in 15 years, Newtonmore ribbons are on the Strathdearn Cup, shinty’s reserve team competition.
It was a family affair all round on final's day at the City of Aberdeen bowling tournament at Westburn Park on Saturday.
New Pitsligo pair Davie Alexander and Andrew Michie had a shock win against Northern's defending champions Neil McIntosh and Craig Burnett, from Westhill, in the first round of the City of Aberdeen bowling tournament men's pairs at Westburn Park.
Gilleasbuig MacDonald produced a towering performance on Saturday by skippering Skye to their Balliemore Cup triumph against Ballachulish at Taynuilt
Kingussie are in the hunt for Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup success after scoring the fastest goal in the competition on Saturday. Apprentice gamekeeper, 17-year-old Savio Genini, scored after 16 seconds to send Kingussie through to the semi-finals against Kyles Athletic at the Dell.
Aberdeenshire have hit the top of the Eastern Premier Division - now they plan on staying there.
Former Scotland international John Stewart is set for a comeback with Kilmallie while Skye are boosted by the return of 17-year-old Will Cowie for tomorrow's duel of the teams seeking to be the shock name in the last four of the Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup.
Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has struck a big blow to Kyles Athletic's bid to win at Kingussie in tomorrow's Camanachd Cup quarter-final at the Dell.
Glenurquhart's international half-back powerhouse Andrew Corrigan will be in Norway working tomorrow when his team play host to Inveraray in the Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup quarter-final at Blairbeg Park.
Kyles Athletic Roberto Zavaroni will miss their cup-tie against Kingussie in order to see Lewis Hamilton race at Silverstone
Glenurquhart’s international half-back Andrew Corrigan will be stuck in Norway when his side play Inveraray in the cup
Music is striking a sour note with Fort William co-managers Victor Smith and Addie Robertson ahead of their shinty Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup quarter-final against Kinlochshiel
Former Scotland shinty international John Stewart is set for a comeback with Kilmallie ahead of their Scottish Hydro Camanachd Cup tie against Skye
The world of shinty saw a managerial shake-up last night as Callum Duff quit as manager of Strathglass, while Alan MacLeod has intimated he wants to step down from his post at Inverness
Oban’s Susie Wolff, in her role as Williams development driver, will make Formula One history tomorrow when she competes in the first practice session for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone
Kyle Greig enjoyed double medal success when competing in the British and Scottish championship Dollar hill race.
Aberdeenshire athlete Robbie Simpson showed his preparations for the European mountain running championships this month are going well by scoring a fine win in the Gelandelauf am Bachtel cross-country race at Oberdurnten, Switzerland.
George French (Garioch Road Runners) ran his fastest 10km time when defeating a field of 137 runners to win the Follow the Herring race at Portsoy.
Aberdeenshire captain Tyler Buchan admits his players have no time to feel sorry for themselves as they face a stern Eastern Premier Division examination of their title credentials tomorrow.
Lerwick harbour is set to cast off for a summer of sailing with a series of local and international events attracting several hundred crew, beginning today with the arrival of entrants in the Round Britain and Ireland Yacht Race.
Lossiemouth's Heather Stanning will rekindle her Olympic gold-medal winning partnership with Helen Glover, for next week's World Cup in Aiguebelette, France.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has won the Canadian Grand Prix, with Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg finishing second and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel taking third.
France's Emmeline Ragot repeated her 2012 triumph when she upset the odds to win the women's elite downhill race at the world mountain bike championships in Fort William yesterday.
Australian Troy Brosnan won his first world cup elite downhill race when he beat fellow Aussie Sam Hill by more than a second and a half at Fort William today.
A legendary Scottish Olympic champion yesterday gave inspiration to pupils at an Aberdeen school.