Gordonians made a poor start to life in National League 2, losing 18-10 at Countesswells to Border side Peebles.
New Gordonians captain Danny Osugo believes the daunting challenge of playing in National 2 is both exciting and terrifying as the National 3 champions get their league campaign under way tomorrow.
Sue Strachan has been in love with cricket for as long as she can remember and possesses the sort of infectious enthusiasm which will serve her well when she becomes the first-ever female president of Cricket Scotland next year.
The rise of Gordonians in recent months has been one of the most uplifting stories of the winter.
Gordonians need only one more point from their last two games to claim the National League 3 title in only their second season in the division.
The title is within their grasp but Gordonians head coach Ryan Morrice insists no one at Countesswells is resting on their laurels.
Finishing the year unbeaten in this season would exceed Gordonians’ wildest expectations.
Gordonians and Orkney will field weakened teams after the SRU rejected their joint appeal to postpone tomorrow’s rescheduled National 3 match at Countesswells.
Gordonians will use a second straight postponement as opportunity to rest their title-challenging squad.
Gordonians back Graeme Crawford is looking for his his side to continue being road warriors as they face the 360-mile round trip to Ardrossan tomorrow.
Gordonians head coach Ryan Morrice will postpone any promotion talk until 2019 as the unbeaten league-leaders look to push clear at the top of National 3.
If genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains, Ryan Morrice should probably consider booking an appointment on Mastermind.
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.
Living in Amsterdam was the ideal Commonwealth Games preparation for Scotland hockey team player Jamie Wong.
Gordonians captain Tom Williams hopes to put a dent in Highland’s National 3 title challenge tomorrow when they visit Countesswells.
Gordonians registered back-to-back wins at Countesswells to move into the comfort of a mid-table position in National 3.
Gordonians captain Tom Williams hopes his side can end the year with a victory in Orkney this weekend.
Gordonians captain Tom William is targeting a double over Perthshire this weekend.
Gordonians captain Tom Williams says his side will give National 3 strugglers Dalziel maximum respect this weekend.
Coach Ryan Morrice feels Gordonians have nothing to lose when they travel to National 3 leaders Glasgow Academicals tomorrow.
Captain Tom Williams is pleased Gordonians have ended a four-game losing streak – even though a late try denied them victory at Ardrossan Accies last weekend.
The first rugby fixture at the new pitches in Inverness was last night called off less than 24 hours before kick-off as it emerged the facilities were not ready.
Highland are relishing the beginning of a new era when they play their first match at the newly-redeveloped Canal Park against Gordonians in National 3 tomorrow.
A much loved teacher who inspired hundreds of youngsters from across the globe has died at the age of 88.
The Caledonia Regional Shield takes place at Countesswells tomorrow where Gordonians meet Forfar club Strathmore.
Caledonia 1 leaders Gordonians will bid to extend their lead at the top tomorrow by completing a hat-trick of wins against Aberdeen Wanderers.
Gordonians and Caithness are the new joint leaders in Caledonia 1 after Alloa surprisingly lost 35-0 to Glenrothes in Fife.
Second-placed Gordonians take on struggling Carnoustie as the Caledonia 1 action resumes tomorrow.
The leading four clubs came through their Caledonia 1 matches unscathed but it is second-placed Gordonians who look best positioned to be promoted, having two games in hand on leaders Alloa.
Gordonians will be back in league action tomorrow when they can go six points clear of second-placed Caithness.
Highland's vaunted youth set-up looks like paying dividends after an eight-try thrashing of previously unbeaten Gordonians.
Only nine games were played in the Caledonia League programme on an afternoon disrupted by the weather.