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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne Look out Zimbabwe, if Chris Gayle finds the destructive form he's famous for, West Indies captain Jason Holder is predicting a score of 400 is within reach.
David Polkinghorne Trainer, jockey and connections bear canny resemblance to Black Opal Stakes win four years ago.
David Polkinghorne Melissa Breen is heeding the advice of one of our greatest sprinters as she sets her sights on Sally Pearson.
David Polkinghorne A disagreement with Zimbabwe's former coach left Sean Williams on the verge of retiring from international cricket, now he's shaping as a key figure as the Africans look to repeat Ireland's upset win...
David Polkinghorne Paralympic star Evan O'Hanlon is officially the fastest man in the ACT, including able-bodied sprinters.
David Polkinghorne Queanbeyan are confident they can cover the loss of potential future England fast bowler Ed Barnard.
David Polkinghorne Canberra cyclist Rebecca Wiasak could be excused for thinking Cycling Australia didn't want her.
David Polkinghorne Canberra's multicultural festival enjoyed an extended stay at Manuka Oval on Wednesday night.
David Polkinghorne It was a Bangladesh victory that ruined dreams of an Afghanistan fairytale.
David Polkinghorne Australian great Geoff Lawson says there will be "dancing in the streets" of Afghanistan if they can continue the fairytale and upset Bangladesh in their Cricket World Cup debut at Manuka Oval on...
David Polkinghorne Australia's Governor General Peter Cosgrove has labelled Afghanistan the "fairy-tale nation" of the Cricket World Cup and coach Andy Moles just hopes his side doesn't "freeze" in its first visit to...
Chris Dutton and David Polkinghorne Manuka Oval gets 24 hour protection as organisers ramp up security to protect Cricket World Cup from corruption.
David Polkinghorne AFL Canberra has scrapped its plans to hold a draft to distribute Ainslie's and Eastlake's NEAFL players to first grade clubs, instead allocating those players to their junior clubs when...
David Polkinghorne Former Opals guard Carly Wilson is still in shock over the Canberra Capitals' sudden end to the WNBL season and feels like she should be going training on Monday to get ready for a finals...
David Polkinghorne Canberra cyclist Mathew Hayman wants to keep riding professionally until he's forty.
World's best all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan to kick-start Bangladesh's Cricket World Cup campaign at Manuka
David Polkinghorne The world's best all-rounder, a batting average second only to the great Sir Donald Bradman and the fastest scorers in the first five overs in one-day internationals.
David Polkinghorne One three-pointer was all that separated the Canberra Capitals from the WNBL finals after the Sydney Flames beat the Townsville Fire 82-80 in Sydney on Saturday night.
David Polkinghorne Javed Ahmadi is Afghanistan's answer to "The Big Show" and Aussie fast-bowling great Geoff Lawson thinks he's one of the 10 players to watch at the Cricket World Cup.
David Polkinghorne The waiting game is on for the Canberra Capitals after they kept their season alive on Friday.
David Polkinghorne Caps must beat Bendigo and then hope other results go their way.