A north-east football team that swept the opposition aside to win the Highland League before having the honour stripped from them has reunited – 25 years on from the controversy.
Cove Rangers midfielder Jordon Brown has been given the all-clear to be discharged from hospital after a head injury during their friendly with Aberdeen.
John Sheran is short on numbers for this weekend’s double-header against Caley Thistle and Aberdeen.
Nathan Austin's double ensured Caley Thistle emerged victorious 3-1 in their friendly with Clach.
A north-east football club has lodged retrospective planning proposals for improved facilities at their stadium.
Close friends of Ally Macleod paid glowing tributes to the former football coach after he lost his battle with leukaemia at the age of 37.
A football coach was charged with child abuse after contacting one of his victims offering to act as a soccer scout for his two sons.
A number of former rival players and staff have supported a petition by Elgin City supporters to reinstate the 1992-93 Highland League title which was stripped from the club.
Ian Penwright is prepared to give football one more go in the face of chronic knee problems.
The incentive of playing in his testimonial season spurred Nairn County captain Gregg Main on his road to recovery.
Hundreds of children have come together for a special football tournament to remember a community stalwart in a north-east town.
After three years in the post Dennis Bridgeford has stepped down as president of the Highland League.
Midfielder Scott Miller believes rejoining hometown club Elgin City vindicates his decision to leave Borough Briggs in search of first team football six years ago.
Rothes thought they had signed a new goalkeeper yesterday until Forres Mechanics goalkeeper Stuart Knight had a change of heart last night and pulled out of the chance to join the Speysiders.
New Brora Rangers manager Steven Mackay looks set to continue his long and distinguished playing career when the Highland League season gets underway on Saturday July 28.
Cove Rangers midfielder Ryan Strachan is desperate to get back fit in time for the start of the new season after the Highland League champions were handed an exciting Betfred Cup draw.
Two rare medals, awarded to Inverness Thistle players in the late 1920s and early 1930s, sold for £500 - £150 more than expected – at auction yesterday.
Fraserburgh’s record appearance holder Billy Gordon has returned to Bellslea as the club’s goalkeeping coach.
A Highland League football star has handed his local lifeboat crew a funding boost.
Jamie Michie has returned to Inverurie Locos on a three-year deal.
Cove Rangers assistant manager Graeme Mathieson is still hurting after Saturday’s explosive pyramid play-off final defeat at Cowdenbeath, but he remains positive about the future.
Cove Rangers missed out on their dream of promotion to the SPFL in highly controversial circumstances as they went down 3-2 at Cowdenbeath on Saturday.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran insists his players are ready for their date with destiny as the Highland League cham-pions bid to win promotion to the SPFL by beating Cowdenbeath at Central Park in Fife today.
Cove Rangers assistant manager Graeme Mathieson hopes his players do not live to regret their profligacy in their pyramid play-off first leg against Cowdenbeath.
A Highland League footballer played in a charity match to honour his dead team-mate then got involved in a drunken brawl with a group of teenagers.
Cove Rangers midfielder Ryan Strachan hopes to be fit enough to play a part in his side’s crunch pyramid play-off final at Cowdenbeath on Saturday.
Results from Saturday’s Highland League games Turriff United FC 0 v 2 Brora Rangers FC
Cove Rangers defender Alan Redford believes Cowenbeath will struggle to deal with his side’s attacking threat.
Fort William co-manager Ali Smith is standing down from his role due to work and family commitments.
Brora Rangers are keen to make a swift appointment after manager Ross Tokely and assistant Kevin Munro stepped down last night.
Brora Rangers manager Ross Tokely and assistant Kevin Munro have stepped down with immediate effect.
Fort William will remain in the Highland League next season.