Aberdeenshire CC have gained a boost with the confirmation that international star Matthew Cross will play for the Mannofield club at the start of the new league season.
ScotRail has announced it will add extra carriages to hundreds of trains this weekend as it prepares for a big weekend of sport.
Scottish Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has vowed action to improve fan behaviour at football grounds after a pyrotechnic was thrown on to the pitch during St Mirren’s game against Celtic.
A football initiative aimed at creating “unity” among young people has been backed by former professionals.
England football captain Harry Kane has said it is vital that the sport’s leaders take the right action over racism as he collected his MBE from Buckingham Palace.
A Moray woman with ME has taken part in a weight-loss challenge for a year to raise funds for an athletics track in Elgin.
Police have released CCTV images of a football fan they want to trace after a man was injured following a Scottish Cup fixture.
Double world triathlon champion Helen Jenkins has said that competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is probably now “off the table” as she is 32 weeks’ pregnant.
More investment in tennis is needed now if Andy and Jamie Murray are to leave a lasting legacy for the sport, their mother has said.
Calls were yesterday made for the council to "come clean" over whether any sports facilities in the city will close as a result of major funding cuts.
As day two of The Cheltenham Festival gets under way, here are some of the best pictures from Ladies Day.
An award-winning martial arts trainer with more than five decades of experience has shared his stories with Aberdeen schoolchildren.
Some of the world’s greatest cyclists will once again get into gear and race through the streets of Aberdeen when the celebrated OVO Energy Tour Series returns to the city.
Three F1 drivers that UK fans can wave the flag for, says Vicki Butler-Henderson.
Neil Lennon is to take charge of Celtic on an interim basis until the end of the season after Brendan Rodgers completed his move to Leicester City.
The first time a runner goes below the two-hour mark during a marathon is expected to be in 2032, according to scientific predictions.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has challenged his players to reproduce their away form at home as they bid to close the gap on Rangers in the Premiership.
Health campaigners are calling on the Government to fix a “clear timetable” for outlawing alcohol sponsorship in the sports and music industry.
Caley Thistle were below par in losing to Dunfermline and missing a chance to further cement a place in the Championship play-off places.
It seems it is not just the Aberdeen fans who are tipping their star striker Sam Cosgrove to win the Ballon d’Or.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has pledged his support for a new campaign that is encouraging more women to get involved in football.
Gothenburg Great John McMaster feels Aberdeen have to bridge the gap to Celtic and start winning trophies.
A fresh search for the plane that was carrying missing Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala is set to begin this morning.
A privately-funded search for the plane that was carrying missing Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala is set to begin on Sunday morning.
An Aberdeen man has seen huge success with his debut fitness book.
This was a highly satisfying afternoon for Ross County as they sent last season’s Scottish Cup finalists crashing out of the competition on their own turf.
Aberdeen were left with faces as red as their shirts after being held by Stenhousemuir at Pittodrie in the Scottish Cup.
In line with Aberdeenshire Council’s New Year drive to improve sports provision in the region, councillors yesterday gave two north-east communities a seasonal boost.
The words “Thank You Andy Murray” were emblazoned on the big screens at the Australian Open on Monday.
Andy Murray has lost the opening two sets of his first-round match at the Australian Open — in what could be his last ever appearance as a professional player.
New Year, same old story.
The walking netball trial sessions that took place in Keith last year have been so successful that they will continue in 2019.