Aberdeen Grammar head coach Ali O’Connor remains optimistic about his side’s chances of making the Premiership play-offs.
Aberdeen Grammar had lost six of their previous seven Premiership matches but surged back into contention for a play-off spot with a 40-27 win over Musselburgh.
Aberdeen Grammar’s Nat Coe and Robin Cessford have been included in the Scotland Club XV squad ahead of the upcoming double-header against Ireland.
The Aberdeen Grammar captain Sam Knudson sees no room for error when his side take on bottom-of-the-table side Musselburgh this weekend.
Aberdeen Grammar fell to a sixth loss from their last seven games away to Jed Forest to slide out of the play-off places.
Sam Knudson wants Aberdeen Grammar to end 2019 by re-stating their play-off ambitions.
An error-strewn Aberdeen Grammar performance saw the Rubislaw side narrowly lose to Selkirk in a game for the purists.
Aberdeen Grammar centre Murray Mitchell wants his the side to restore the fear factor at Rubislaw.
Aberdeen Grammar left it too late against Glasgow Hawks, coming away from a physical game with a losing bonus point.
Aberdeen Grammar will be without injured forwards Matthias Schosser and Jonny Spence until after Christmas.
Aberdeen Grammar ended a three-game losing streak with a gutsy 20-10 victory at Edinburgh Accies.
Nat Coe reckons a series of “nasty” training sessions were what was needed to get Aberdeen Grammar back on track.
Aberdeen Grammar crashed to a second consecutive defeat at home to a Hawick team who produced one of their best performances of the season.
Aberdeen Grammar head coach Ali O’Connor has challenged the squad to step up and help replace last season’s top try-scorer Chris Jollands.
Tom Aplin keen to keep Aberdeen Grammar kicking duties after Premiership team of the week nomination
Tom Aplin's form with the boot makes him the hot hand at Aberdeen Grammar just now.
Doug Russell wants Aberdeen Grammar to stay true to their attacking intent and maintain their promising start to the season.
Aberdeen Grammar surged back to form in the Premiership after their disappointing defeat to Glasgow Hawks by thrashing Selkirk 44-24.
Aberdeen Grammar were brought down to earth with a bump by Glasgow Hawks at Balgray, despite winger Nathan Brown scoring a hat-trick of tries.
Aberdeen Grammar winger Nathan Brown is pleased his decision to choose rugby over football is paying off.
Aberdeen Grammar returned to the Premiership after an absence of five years with a four-try flourish to get their campaign off to the best of starts against Edinburgh Accies.
Ross Anderson hopes to become a regular for Aberdeen Grammar after his scoring start to the season.
Ben Inglis has got juggling golf and rugby down to a tee.
Sports clubs in the north-east have paid tribute to a cricket and rugby stalwart and medical pioneer who has died of leukaemia in Aberdeenshire, aged 80.
Highland flanker Callum Carson is driven by fond memories of their last victory over Aberdeen Grammar as he targets another shock triumph in tomorrow’s National League Cup final.
Alec Dravitski’s first game for Aberdeen Grammar was a cup defeat to Highland.
Aberdeen Grammar ended their National League 1 campaign in style with a 50-25 victory against rivals Dundee to guarantee a fourth-place finish and promotion to the newly constructed Premiership.
With a stable job in the oil and gas industry and two university degrees under his belt, Scott McMillan thought he had his whole life laid out in front of him.
Ewan Stewart is determined to end his Aberdeen Grammar career on a high with a fourth-place league finish and the National League Cup.
Aberdeen Grammar number eight Greig Ryan is looking for a strong finish to the season as his side try to win promotion and the National League Cup.
A keen north-east golfer has bequeathed more than £500,000 to promote the sport among young people.
Chris Jollands reckons Aberdeen Grammar will benefit from their “reality check” heading into tomorrow’s clash with GHA.
Aberdeen Grammar stretched their unbeaten run to seven games, following an impressive 30-17 win over Selkirk and reduced the gap on the fifth-placed Border side to one point in the process.