Grampian news

Gordonians put in a good performance on Saturday as part of their effort to avoid relegation but still went down 10-15 to Allan Glen’s RFC.
Gordonians continue their mission to avoid relegation from National League Division 3 with a difficult away fixture against Allan Glen’s on Saturday.
Gordonians didn’t escape relegation on Saturday but they did beat Helensburgh, the team previously above them in the league, to put a different complexion on their run-in to the end of the
In the last 4 weeks Deeside Rugby FC have had 3 games, one against Birkmyre RFC in the Plate, Aberdeen Wanderers and West Dyce in the league, and the Aberdeen Wanderers Match report summone
Gordonians entertain Helensburgh RFC on Saturday in a National League Division 3 match which has every possibility of being GRFC’s most important game of the season.
A combination S1/S2 Deeside team took on Garioch last Sunday in Aboyne and in a hard fought and close game Deeside came out winners.  The game was played as three 20 minutes periods, and in
On Sunday 1 March, Hawick YM visited Countesswells to play Gordonians in the first round of the Scottish Hydro Electric Shield competition.
After last Saturday’s Cup match against Hawick of the Premiership, Gordonians take on another team from the same town – Hawick YM – in the first round of the Scottish Hydro Electric Shield
Deeside S2 rugby team made amends for a rather poor performance away to Mackie earlier in the season with a convincing 54-24 win at home. 
Deeside S1’s are clearly on an upward trend.  Sixteen S1’s turned out for Sundays game against Mackie, the best turnout this season and it was by far their best performance of the season so