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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne Can cricket fatigue make Manuka Oval a permanent fixture?
David Polkinghorne Canberra Cavalry manager Michael Collins had a sense of deja vu after his side's comeback win on Sunday.
David Polkinghorne You could forgive Canberra public servant Mark Bourne for taking the lift to work on Monday.
David Polkinghorne It was almost a case of doubles all round at Thoroughbred Park on Sunday.
David Polkinghorne Aussie cycle team switching base to New Zealand, could help Canberra cyclist get noticed.
David Polkinghorne But Canberra United stutter again.
David Polkinghorne Nights On Fire is cranky like her mother, Lucifina, and Canberra trainer Norm Gardner hopes she can go on to become a city-class horse like her as well.
David Polkinghorne Will she achieve her dream of competing on the track at Rio or will she get a professional road contract?
David Polkinghorne After taking down some of the world's best, Mac McLean hopes to return to the big stage.
David Polkinghorne Snake Gully Cup run impresses.
David Polkinghorne Should the W-League season be longer than 12 weeks?
David Polkinghorne Asian Cup Australia boss pushes for Land Down Under to bid for World Cups again.
David Polkinghorne The visually impaired Canberra 12-year-old to help Asian Cup campaign.
David Polkinghorne While Jason Behrendorff continues to bowl his way into the national selector's thoughts, it seems fellow Canberran Ryan Carters is starting to bat his way there as well.
David Polkinghorne Queanbeyan trainer calls on legend as work experience kid.
David Polkinghorne AIS taps into one of Australia's best-ever coaches.
David Polkinghorne Cavalry bullpen bolstered by return of favourite son.
David Polkinghorne But what does the former Australian captain think about Manuka Oval as an international venue?
David Polkinghorne The Sydney Blue Sox overcame the ejection of closer Koo Dae-Sung to complete a 3-1 series win over the Canberra Cavalry with a 7-5 victory at Narrabundah Ballpark on Sunday night.
David Polkinghorne A practice round with Australian golf legend Jack Newton has inspired Queenslander Taylor Macdonald to victory in the Federal Amateur Open Championship on Sunday.