Grampian news

Mary Christian, better known affectionately in North East rugby circles as “Scary Mary”, passed away on Sunday 24 October 2010.
Aberdeen Grammar School in Grampian has received hundreds of pounds of rugby training kit from Scottish Rugby as part of the nationwide roll-out of the Rugby Champions scheme.
NorthLink Ferries, which operates the lifeline ferry services between the Northern Isles and the Scottish mainland, will move into extra time for the northbound sailing on Saturday, November 27 .
Deeside U16 were very clearly up for this match with old rivals Ellon and their unwavering motivation throughout was a key element in determining the final  57:7 result with Deeside running
Deeside rugby club are looking for new players, experienced or not, young or old Deeside has a place for everyone.
The result was never in doubt in this Caledonia NE U16 league match, with Banff just no match for Deeside who ran in an unprecedented total of 22 tries.  Games like this, however, are not r
Deeside U15’s were in action again this past weekend with a league match at home against Mackie.  The spectators were treated to 12 tries from Deeside, with Mackie scoring two good tries in reply. 
Deeside U16 ran out convincing 64-5 winners against a stuffy Mackie side, although Deeside didn’t start well, and Mackie played the more determined rugby in the first fifteen minutes of the half. 
Very breezy conditions at Kellands Park in Inverurie made even passing the ball tricky at times and certainly had an impact on Deeside’s place kickers who managed only nine conversions to a
With the first league game of the season with Huntly cancelled Deeside U15 arranged a friendly away to Grammar at Rubislaw.   Right from the KO Deeside looked to be the stronger side and wi