Highland League secretary Rod Houston has told junior club Banks o’Dee the league does not have the power to offer any club a place in the Highland League.
Banks o’ Dee are not making any preparations to join the Highland League next season, according to chairman Brian Winton.
Residents at a closure-threatened city care home were left almost naked after a shower and without their dentures at mealtimes, it emerged yesterday.
Formartine United lifted the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield for the first time in their history with a convincing victory over Banks o’ Dee at Balmoral Stadium in Cove last night.
Banks o’ Dee go into the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield final hoping to make it fifth-time lucky.
Formartine United are aiming to win the Aberdeenshire Shield for the first time in their history when they face junior outfit Banks o’ Dee in the final at Cove’s Balmoral Stadium tonight.
Banks o’ Dee defender Neale Allan believes his side have nothing to fear in tonight’s Aberdeenshire Cup final against Cove Rangers.
Banks o’ Dee chairman Brian Winton says his club has no interest in joining the Highland League.
Jamie Watt destroyed his old club Deveronvale with four goals to help Banks o’ Dee surge into the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield final.
Former Deveronvale striker Jamie Watt is looking to put one over on his old club by helping Banks o’ Dee reach the final of the Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield at Spain Park tonight.
Our reporter speaks to Locos boss Scott Buchan and Banks o’Dee co-manager Sandy McNaughton after the Aberdeenshire Shield clash.
Inverurie Locos claimed their second Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield in three years after defeating Banks o’Dee 5-2 last night. Watch our Big Game highlights.
Inverurie Locos claimed their second Morrison Motors (Turriff) Aberdeenshire Shield in three years following a thrilling final at Christie Park in Huntly tonight.
Inverurie Locos forward Martin Bavidge is determined not to let his side's best opportunity of silverware this season pass it by in tonight's Aberdeenshire Shield final against Banks o' Dee.
Banks o' Dee have already shown they are a match for Highland League opposition but attacker Jamie Lennox is determined to finish off the job by beating Inverurie Locos to lift the Morrison Motors Aberdeenshire Shield tonight.
Three care homes in Aberdeen have started to make use of technology to boost the experience of their residents.
Culter and Banks o' Dee bring down the curtain on the junior season tomorrow when they contest the Domino's Pizza North Regional Cup final at Ian Mair Park in Dyce (2.0).