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Chris Dutton

Chris Dutton is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.

League

Raiders' Mitch Cornish happy to leave his fate in Ricky Stuart's hands

Chris Dutton Canberra Raiders playmaker Mitch Cornish insists he's happy to bide his time on the NRL fringes.

Q&A with Ricky Stuart and Stephen Larkham

Stephen Larkham and Ricky Stuart.

Chris Dutton Ricky Stuart and Stephen Larkham open up on their plans for 2014, their memories of the golden era and the pressures of the job.

League

What we learned: Cronulla Sharks v Canberra Raiders

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Chris Dutton All the talking points from the Raiders' 22-12 win against the Sharks on Sunday.

Canberra Raiders beat Sharks to add to Cronulla's ASADA woes

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Chris Dutton The Cronulla Sharks' week from hell went from bad to worse as the Canberra Raiders inflicted more pain on the trouble-striken club in a battle for the NRL wooden spoon on Sunday.

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League

Jack Wighton's stepping stone to State of Origin and becoming a father

Jack Wighton has been called into the Blues' camp.

Chris Dutton Canberra Raiders back Jack Wighton called into the NSW camp for Origin experience.

League and Union

ACT Brumbies and Canberra Raiders in rare double billing

Joining forces: The Brumbies and Raiders will both play at Canberra Stadium this weekend.

Chris Dutton They're joining forces for a $10 super ticket but the Brumbies and Raiders would prefer to avoid cross-code clashes.

League

Jordan Rapana keen to make cut for Canberra Raiders

Sport: Canberra Raiders player Jordan Rapana has been selected to play in the Cook Island team for the Rugby League World Cup this month. As a fall back job after rugby league he works occasionally as a barber at John Brennan Hair, Westfield Belconnen. 8th of October 2013, Canberra Times Photograph by Katherine Griffiths

Chris Dutton Bartender, hairdresser - now Jordan Rapana can call himself a rugby league World Cup player.

Rugby League

Anthony Milford should commit to the Canberra Raiders: Wayne Bennett

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 17:  Anthony Milford of the Raiders reacts after dropping the ball while attempting to score a try during the round 23 NRL match between the Canberra Raiders and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Canberra Stadium on August 17, 2013 in Canberra, Australia.  (Photo by Stefan Postles/Getty Images)

Chris Dutton NRL coaching guru Wayne Bennett hopes young Raiders star Anthony Milford commits to the Green Machine to stop Canberra's ''tragic loss'' of talented players and lift the club back to its glory days.

League

Matt McIlwrick battles for hooking role

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 17:  Matt McIlwrick of the Raiders looks on during the round two NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the Canberra Raiders at Skilled Park on March 17, 2013 on the Gold Coast, Australia.  (Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty Images)

Chris Dutton Canberra Raiders hooker Matt McIlwrick concedes he will be on a modified training program for the rest of his career.

Rugby League

Henry the man to lead Raiders revival: Ryan

TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 26:  Neil Henry the coach of the Cowboys speaks to the media in the post match press conference t the end of the round 20 NRL match between the North Queensland Cowboys and the Brisbane Broncos at 1300SMILES Stadium on July 26, 2013 in Townsville, Australia.  (Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images)

Chris Dutton and Jon Tuxworth Rugby league coaching great Warren Ryan insists Neil Henry is the ''ideal'' man to lead the Canberra Raiders out of their darkest days.

Rugby league

Scans clear Campese for a full return

Terry Campese at The Terry Campese Canteen Golf Day at the Federal Golf Club

Chris Dutton, Jon Tuxworth Terry Campese's mental scars from a wretched year of injuries prompted the Canberra Raiders star to be ''over cautious'' and miss the team's pre-season trial last weekend.

League

Furner rallies his wounded Raiders

Shaun Fensom sits out the Raiders recovery session yesterday.

Chris Dutton Canberra Raiders coach David Furner says his team needs to prove it has the mental strength to get its season back on track after losing its most tenacious defender and its attacking X-factor for the...

Furner's call to will of wounded Raiders

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Chris Dutton CANBERRA coach David Furner says his team need to prove they have the mental strength to get their season back on track despite losing their most tenacious defender and attacking X-factor for a month.