Highland, not content with gaining promotion from National League 2 last season, look set on making another promotion push to the Premiership after a 34-18 success against Gala.
Highland extracted full and ample revenge on Biggar, the side who had beaten them twice last season when the two were promoted from National League 2, despite having to play in a gale force wind sweeping down the glen throughout.
Highland head coach Davie Carson has warned his side to be braced for the step up as they begin their National 1 campaign away to Cartha Queen’s Park tomorrow.
Colin Gillan does not usually get nervous. But last week he made an exception.
Jamie Gillan has his sights on earning a roster spot with the Cleveland Browns after signing with the NFL franchise.
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.
Highland co-captain Stuart MacDonald has lauded the club effort which has taken his side to the brink of promotion to National 1.
Highland head coach Davie Carson says his players are relishing the pressure that comes with trying to seal promotion from National 2 in the next seven days.
With a nickname like The Scottish Hammer Jamie Gillan is understandably keen to land a few blows.
Highland head coach Dave Carson feels his side are still firmly on course for promotion despite slipping to third place in National 2 last weekend.
Oscar Baird will return to Highland’s second row for tomorrow’s National 3 match against Preston Lodge fresh from representing Scotland in the Cobra 10s tournament in Malaysia last weekend.
Highland head coach Davie Carson aims to mark the halfway stage of the National 2 campaign by remaining second with a victory at Howe of Fife tomorrow.
Ambitious Highland have set the target of being a National 1 side within two years.
Highland head coach Davie Carson believes away form will be just as important as his side’s record at Canal Park in National 2 this term.
One of the north-east’s most experienced rugby coaches has spoken of the need for a new “performance team” in the region to stop an exodus of talent.
Highland crashed out of the League Cup in the quarter-finals – but only after a rousing game which went to extra time before St Boswells eased through in the Borders mud.
Highland head coach Davie Carson says his players are out to produce another big home display when they host National 3 leaders Newton Stewart tomorrow.
Highland head coach Davie Carson hopes his side is reaching peak form at the best possible time ahead of tomorrow’s National 3 trip to Hillhead- Jordanhill.
Highland shrugged off their recent run of three losses and thundered back into the title race by handing leaders Glasgow Accies their first defeat of the season.
Highland head coach Davie Carson is determined to topple National 3 leaders Glasgow Accies at a revamped Canal Park in Inverness tomorrow.
Highland lost their third successive game in National 3, losing 43-12 in the Borders to St Boswells who by virtue of the win leapfrogged the Inverness side to move into fourth place, pushing the Canal Park side down into sixth place.
Highland head coach Davie Carson knows he needs a strong response from his players following back-to-back losses if they are to keep their National 3 promotion campaign on track.
The much-anticipated first rugby match at the new multi-million pound Canal Park pitches in Inverness will go ahead today.
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.
Highland head coach Davie Carson believes the return of captain Andrew Findlater will be crucial to his side's promotion bid.
Highland and Orkney were both beaten on the road and, while the islanders were expected to be given a severe test by promotion-seeking Lasswade, Highland were fancied to beat Edinburgh side RHC.