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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne An alleged violent incident involving parents and players has forced Capital Football to take the unprecedented step of locking the crowd out of an under-12s soccer game.
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David Polkinghorne It would be easy for an Olympic gold medallist such as Alicia Coutts to play down the importance of this year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, but the Canberra swimmer sees them as an important...
David Polkinghorne Belconnen ball magnet James Bennett has added a new string to his bow – medal magnet.
David Polkinghorne Excitement is already building in anticipation of the Raiders' Sunday elimination final against the Cronulla Sharks at Canberra Stadium.
David Polkinghorne They were known as the Calypso Kings and, fresh on the back of World Series Cricket, they brought their exciting brand of cricket to Canberra for the rebirth of the Prime Minister's XI in 1984.
David Polkinghorne PRESIDENT of a football club is normally a job for one of the boys, but that hasn't stopped former Labor member of Parliament Annette Ellis from taking on the job at the North Eastern Australian...
Sean Nicholls, David Polkinghorne, and Jonathan Swan ACTTAB says the federal government's ban on live odds during sports broadcasts will improve its share of the betting landscape.
David Polkinghorne The restructure of the Ryobi Cup has opened the way for Cricket ACT to return to the Australian one-day domestic competition.
David Polkinghorne Canberrans will still get their chance to thank the Brumbies for a season that exceeded all expectations.
David Polkinghorne A Canberran won the men's episode of The Canberra Times Marathon, while the winner of the women's race has earned honorary residency.
David Polkinghorne ACT Brumbies twin brothers Ruan and Jean-Pierre Smith were allegedly involved in a fight at The Duxton bar, O'Connor on Saturday night.
David Polkinghorne Modern-day master-blaster Chris Gayle could return to Manuka Oval to reproduce one of the most explosive knocks Canberra has ever seen.