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Chris Dutton is a sporters reporter at The Canberra Times.
Chris Dutton Canberra sevens star Sharni Williams could still be included in the Australian Wallaroos World Cup campaign, despite being left out of a 26-player squad to play against Canada and New Zealand in June.
Chris Dutton He was once head coach of the Brumbies, now Laurie Fisher will take charge as director of rugby, alongside rookie head coach Stephen Larkham. Fisher details his plans with Chris Dutton.
Chris Dutton The ACT Brumbies have raised Australian hopes on the eve of the Test series against the British and Irish Lions with an historic victory at Canberra Stadium.
Chris Dutton The ACT Brumbies have crushed the British and Irish Lions' confidence on the eve a Test series with a historic victory at Canberra Stadium.
Chris Dutton ACT Brumbies skipper Ben Mowen says the enormity of the Wallabies' task against the British and Irish Lions will whack them in the face in Brisbane on Saturday night.
Chris Dutton He's the freak of Australian rugby but even George Smith has a kryptonite chink, and his fairytale comeback was spent on wobbly legs as the Wallabies failed to fire in the series-deciding third Test...
Chris Dutton He has almost 100 Super Rugby caps and has played 66 Tests for the Wallabies, but Stephen Moore left the Queensland Reds to join the ACT Brumbies on a finals mission which he desperately wants to...
Chris Dutton It's the comeback which had the rugby world buzzing with excitement last month and ACT Brumbies legend Stephen Larkham will return to the field after all.
Chris Dutton He built his career on being cool under pressure as he conquered every challenge rugby threw at him, but Stephen Larkham admitted to feeling awkward as his ''good ride'' put him among sporting...
Chris Dutton Brumbies great George Smith says it's premature to talk about a potential Wallabies comeback.
Back with his beloved Brumbies, Smith refuses to look past final fling as cheer squad urges Wallabies recall
Chris Dutton BRUMBIES great George Smith says it is premature to talk about a potential Wallabies comeback despite Robbie Deans getting an up-close look at his first training session in Australia since 2010.