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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne Ainslie coach Chris Rourke is expecting a tough Canberra derby next after both ACT teams were outplayed in their NEAFL season openers on Saturday.
David Polkinghorne Belconnen United will kick off its premiership defence by creating a genuine pathway to the A-League.
David Polkinghorne Ainslie coach Chris Rourke says the Tricolours "expect to play finals" in 2015.
David Polkinghorne Just a Blur given a crack at country's best.
David Polkinghorne Canberra horses can't match Artlee's withering finish.
David Polkinghorne Olympian Lauren Wells is unsure what she is most excited about.
David Polkinghorne Plans are afoot to make next year's NSW Country Championships "bigger and better".
David Polkinghorne Instead of an Easter egg hunt, Canberra trainer Nick Olive went looking for feed as Sydney's rain washed out the inaugural final of the $300,000 NSW Country Championships (1400 metres) at Randwick on...
David Polkinghorne Canberra trainer Steven O'Brien splits his time between the three family businesses - the farm near Hall, the construction business, as well as breeding and training horses.
David Polkinghorne After 12 years as a team, Canberra's most senior trainer-jockey partnership has come to an end with Keith Dryden and hoop Kevin Sweeney parting ways.
David Polkinghorne Will Canberra bring home the inaugural NSW Country Championship?
David Polkinghorne Canberra trainer Steven O'Brien says the ACT's representation at the $300,00 NSW Country Championships at Randwick on Saturday shows how strong racing is in the region and justifies the $50,000...
David Polkinghorne Is the minor premiership a poisoned chalice?
David Polkinghorne Evergreen Sue Powell is once again champion of the world, but the Canberra para-cyclist knows her competition is "coming to get her".
David Polkinghorne Dual Olympian John Fox says Water Polo ACT could be homeless following the expected closure of the Civic pool.
David Polkinghorne A group 1 jockey, a group 1 trainer and now Bernie Howlett is a group 1 breeder. He could also have Australia's next sprinting star frolicking about in his paddocks on the outskirts of Canberra soon.
David Polkinghorne She helped save the Pararoos, now Canberra schoolgirl Claire Falls wants to make soccer more inclusive.
David Polkinghorne Narrabundah Ballpark will resemble the set of ''Family Feud'' with three brothers from the Mills and Beard families squaring up in the ACT Baseball first-grade grand final series, which starts on...
David Polkinghorne Capital Football will investigate allegations a spectator was involved in a brawl during a pre-season trial and has vowed any punishment handed out will be just as strong as if it was a regular...
David Polkinghorne Canberra trainers Barbara Joseph and Paul Jones already have one runner in the $300,000 NSW Country Championships (1400 metres), now they want another.