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Chris Dutton is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
Chris Dutton Former Canberra Raiders coach calls for refereeing consistency in the NRL finals.
Chris Dutton Bartender, hairdresser - now Jordan Rapana can call himself a rugby league World Cup player.
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Edited by Stephen Samuelson, Ben Coady, Paul Suttor and Chris Dutton Welcome to Fairfax Media's coverage of today's NRL grand final.
Chris Dutton The Canberra Raiders have re-signed winger Sandor Earl for the next two NRL seasons.
Chris Dutton Former Canberra Raiders captain Simon Woolford has called on the ARL Commission to end the club's "ridiculous" exile from free-to-air television coverage.
Chris Dutton Former ACT Brumbies coach Andy Friend has warned money-hungry NRL players they could have the door slammed shut on their entry to Japan, claiming the country places a priority on loyalty.
Chris Wilson, Chris Dutton David Furner says he’s happy being the underdog as bookies bet against Canberra’s footy teams in Sydney this weekend.
Chris Dutton Former Gold Coast star Jordan Rapana is on the verge of a cross-code switch with out-of-favour winger Sandor Earl.
Chris Dutton The Canberra Raiders' bromance immortalised in ink is over with "Dorguson" set to split when Sandor Earl makes a cross-code switch to French rugby union at the end of the year.
Chris Dutton Canberra prop David Shillington says Blake Ferguson has earned the right to make an NRL comeback.
Chris Dutton The ''Dorguson'' bromance is over with Canberra winger Sandor Earl joining Blake Ferguson on the sideline.
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...
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.
Chris Dutton The Canberra Raiders sacrificed short-term gain to protect Shaun Fensom and they reaped the rewards yesterday when the lock's time on the sideline was slashed from four months to six weeks.