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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne Demons' tough 2015 could reap rewards at next year's AFL draft.
David Polkinghorne But ACT's SANFL duo could follow in Melbourne forward Aaron vandenBerg's footsteps.
David Polkinghorne Can the Canberra product establish himself in the AFL next year?
David Polkinghorne Two full houses expected at Manuka Oval following Canberra's best Giants fixtures yet.
David Polkinghorne Canberra's AFL games start to take shape for 2016.
David Polkinghorne Will the Eastlake forward get drafted?
David Polkinghorne The Aussie marathon champ reveals what it was like in the Batmobile.
David Polkinghorne Can Canberra's Bec Goddard land a gig in the AFL?
David Polkinghorne What was dual Brownlow Medallist Chris Judd's reaction to Nat Fyfe's win?
David Polkinghorne Whether it's men's or women's AFL, Ainslie assistant coach Bec Goddard wants to mentor at the highest level possible.
Pressure on sports stars like Sydney Swan Lance Franklin can make them more susceptible to mental illness
David Polkinghorne Does being a high-profile athlete like Lance Franklin make you more susceptible to mental illness?
David Polkinghorne Can the GWS Giants land a mature ruckman like Bulldogs' Will Minson to back up Shane Mumford?
David Polkinghorne Will the Giants come to town more often?
David Polkinghorne Will Giants' success on the field help the AFL regain lost ground in Canberra?
David Polkinghorne It's time for the AFL to take a stance of its own and call off games if the moronic boo brigade continues.
David Polkinghorne Tuggeranong stalwart Gerrit Wanganeen hopes the turmoil surrounding Adam Goodes doesn't stop young indigenous footballers from standing up to racism in the future.
David Polkinghorne Canberra's Harrison Himmelberg is one of the 76 players named on Monday for this year's AFL national draft combine.
David Polkinghorne Eastlake's Harrison Himmelberg is shaping as Canberra's best prospect at this year's draft.
David Polkinghorne The Cats proved too strong for GWS in front of nearly 15,000 fans at Manuka Oval on Saturday.
David Polkinghorne Greater Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron says if Geelong wants to offload some of their aging premiership stars, then they'll be more than welcome to travel up the Hume Highway.