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.
The top four in National 1 remains well within Aberdeen Grammar’s grasp.
Aberdeen Grammar have been deducted two points in National 1 after fielding an ineligble player.
Matthias Schosser hopes to get over his World Cup disappointment by helping Aberdeen Grammar end the year on a high.
The head of the north-east rugby referees organisation has sent a letter to clubs in the region, voicing concern at increasing abuse of whistlers from a “wide cross-section” of people on and off the pitch.
Google can take an assist for Aberdeen Grammar’s latest signing Jasper Mowatt.
Aberdeen Grammar head coach Ali O’Connor said his players will have no excuses if they do not improve on their “horrific” result against Cartha Queen’s Park.
Re-organising their defence has helped Aberdeen Grammar stop the rot in National 1.
Matthias Schosser will miss Aberdeen Grammar’s trip to Hamilton tomorrow – as he is trying to secure Germany’s first World Cup place.
Aberdeen Grammar crashed to a fourth consecutive defeat on National League 1 duty at home to Border side Gala.
Aberdeen Grammar captain Sam Knudson wants his side to start closing out games to avoid a repeat of recent narrow defeats.
Aberdeen Grammar’s Murray Mitchell targets European Championship glory after Scotland rugby league call-up
Murray Mitchell is targeting glory for Scotland in the Rugby League European Championships after securing his maiden national call-up.
They may be the most entertaining team in National 1 to watch at present, but Aberdeen Grammar head coach Ali O’Connor is hoping his side can show their ruthless side this weekend after successive narrow defeats.
Aberdeen Grammar’s Ciaran Wood admitted he would love to see his former club Highland in the same division as them next season.
Sibling revelry in full effect at Aberdeen Grammar as Robertson brothers look for another Borders triumph
The Robertson clan was in full effect last weekend as brothers Aaron, Jordan and Cameron all played in Aberdeen Grammar’s 46-33 win at Kelso.
Aberdeen Grammar successfully completed leg one of their bid to land a Borders double, easing past Kelso 46-33 in a high-scoring game at Poynder Park.
Sean Mills could have been on the sidelines for more than a month with a suspected broken wrist – until Aberdeen Grammar’s team doctor intervened.
A nine-month lay-off with a serious neck injury has given Aberdeen Grammar’s Chris Jollands renewed vigour for rugby.
An Aberdeen pupil’s musical ode to the Granite City has won a competition to celebrate the upcoming reopening of Union Street’s historic Music Hall.
A frustrating 11 months away from Rubislaw comes to an end for Tom Aplin tomorrow as he makes his return from injury on home soil.
An improved team ethos has Aberdeen Grammar in its best position in years to compete at the top end of Scottish rugby.
Aberdeen Grammar club captain Doug Russell is confident they have the leaders ready to step up and replace club favourites Grant Walker and Alex Ratcliffe.
Maintaining Aberdeen Grammar’s place as the top amateur side in the north of Scotland is a huge incentive for new team captain Sam Knudson.