Tavish Scott yesterday triggered a by-election in Shetland as he resigned as an MSP to take up a high-profile role with Scottish Rugby.
Huntly RFC has received more than £30,000 from Scottish Rugby as part of an initiative to help domestic clubs improve their facilities and develop the grassroots game.
A decade on, Aberdeenshire have their shot at Murrayfield redemption.
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.
Gordonians head coach Ryan Morrice hopes to retain the bulk of his squad for their inaugural season in National Two.
Highland co-captain Stuart MacDonald has lauded the club effort which has taken his side to the brink of promotion to National 1.
Ewan Stewart is determined to end his Aberdeen Grammar career on a high with a fourth-place league finish and the National League Cup.
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.
The time was when watching the world’s best rugby players felt special because it happened so rarely.
There was a lot of optimism in advance of Scotland’s Six Nations trip to Paris, yet it didn’t take Hercule Poirot, let alone his namesake, Jefferson, to fathom it was so much hot air.
Caithness hope to bounce back from last weekend’s disappointing 39-12 defeat at Carrick last weekend when they entertain 11th-placed Haddington in Tennent’s National League Division 3 this weekend.
Chris Jollands reckons Aberdeen Grammar will benefit from their “reality check” heading into tomorrow’s clash with GHA.
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.
Gordonians can take one step towards the National 3 title and with it, a place in National 2 next season, if they can win the top of the table clash at Newton Stewart tomorrow.
The top four in National 1 remains well within Aberdeen Grammar’s grasp.
Caithness captain Marc Anderson is confident the Greens will not be put off track by the resignation of head coach Tom McGee.
Finishing the year unbeaten in this season would exceed Gordonians’ wildest expectations.
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.
Google can take an assist for Aberdeen Grammar’s latest signing Jasper Mowatt.
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.
Daniel Osugo braced for National 3 to up their game against unbeaten Gordonians ahead of Orkney test
Gordonians remain the only unbeaten team in National League Division 3 but winger Daniel Osugo does not believe the rest of the league is raising their game for the title contenders – yet.
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.
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.
Gregor Townsend has never been interested in playing the percentages.
Caithness face a stiff examination when they entertain third placed West of Scotland in Tennent’s National League Division 3.
Re-organising their defence has helped Aberdeen Grammar stop the rot in National 1.
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.
Matthias Schosser will miss Aberdeen Grammar’s trip to Hamilton tomorrow – as he is trying to secure Germany’s first World Cup place.