Finlay Calder has backed Scotland to reach the semi-finals of the 2019 Rugby World Cup and expressed his excitement at the side’s progress under national coach Gregor Townsend.
Inverness-born back-row forward Jade Konkel is relishing her move to English top-flight side Harlequins ladies.
It’s a summer’s night at Countesswells in Aberdeen but there is no thought of holidays or half-hearted training among the Gordonians players as they gear up for the new rugby union season.
A Scottish rugby legend with motor neurone disease has just tackled a marathon drive to raise funds for medical research.
It is one of the fastest-growing pursuits in international sport.
The controversial sale of the Aberdeen Grammar FP Club in Rubislaw has been agreed with a care home operator, for a price in the region of £2.25 million.
North-east rugby fans are being asked if they have the bottle to help set up the sport’s only youth programme in the north of Aberdeen.
Scotland finished the 2018 World Rugby under-20 championship in 10th place after a 39-31 defeat against Georgia at Béziers’ Stade de la Mediterranee.
Former Scotland international Nairn MacEwan, one of the most talented rugby players to come from the Highlands, has died at the age of 76.
Stuart McInally is delighted the gamble he took in switching from flanker to hooker five years ago has finally paid off after being named Scotland skipper.
Highland stormed to a 71-10 victory against St Boswells at a packed Canal Park on Saturday to clinch the National 3 title and win promotion in style.
Highland have received assurances from St Boswells their potential National 3 title-clinching fixture at Canal Park will go ahead at the third attempt tomorrow.
Highland's potential National 3 title-winning fixture at home to St Boswells on Saturday has been called off at less than 24 hours' notice after the Borders outfit were unable to raise a team.
Garioch Ladies head coach Mark Cowie is determined to defend their BT Women’s Bowl crown when they face Oban Lorne at Murrayfield tomorrow.
Highland head coach Davie Carson says he will take a victory of any sort in tomorrow’s National 3 encounter away to Ardrossan Academicals.
Aberdeen Grammar surged back to winning ways at Rubislaw with an eight-try rout of Cartha Queen’s Park, giving their team manager John Stewart the perfect send-off on his last day in charge of the National League 1 side.
Highland co-captain Rory Cross feels the club are ready to take the next step and gain promotion from National 3.
The sports might be different but the script tends to follow a predictable pattern when it comes to rugby and cricket in Scotland.
While Ireland celebrated their third Grand Slam, Scotland moved up to fifth place in the World Rugby Rankings following the final round of the Six Nations Championship.
Neil Drysdale delivers his verdict after Ireland clinched the Grand Slam with a convincing win over England.
Scotland are determined to avoid the hurt of a poor finish to their campaign by beating Italy today – for what would be the sixth time in a row and the third time in succession in the Eternal City.
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Gordonians captain Tom Williams hopes to put a dent in Highland’s National 3 title challenge tomorrow when they visit Countesswells.
The clock is winding down on Aberdeen Grammar’s season and the playing career of Grant Walker.
Finn Russell does not feel the extra responsibility as he looks to take on a bigger leadership role with one of his “wingmen” absent in Rome tomorrow.
Scotland wing Sean Maitland insists the Dark Blues will not change their free-flowing brand of attack despite seeing another set of self-inflicted mistakes cost them dearly in Dublin.
Blair Kinghorn’s raw talent alone is worthy of the starting Scotland team in Dublin now the 21-year-old has rid his game of raw mistakes, believes head coach Gregor Townsend.
Scotland look to beating their Six Nations away day difficulties and building on the Calcutta Cup victory
The first 20 minutes in Dublin will be a key factor in Scotland beating their Six Nations away day difficulties and building on the Calcutta Cup victory, believes Stuart McInally.
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The quality of Aberdeen Grammar’s squad depth will be shown following the departures of regular first-teamers Matt Arnold and Rob Ellinson.
Saturday February 24, 2018 is a date all Scottish rugby fans will remember for years to come.
John Barclay’s been through an earthquake in the last week – so England should be no great shakes.