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Lee Gaskin

Lee Gaskin is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.

W-League championship winning coach Elisabeth Migchelsen leaves Canberra United for South Africa

Lee Gaskin Canberra United is on the search for a new coach, with W-League championship-winner Elisabeth Migchelsen accepting a position in South Africa.


Canberra Olympic pull out of women's premier league

Lee Gaskin Canberra Olympic's decision to suspend its women's national premier league licence for 12 months won't impact its men's program.


Wests/UC 15-year-old Matthew Gilkes bursts into Canberra first-grade with another half-century

Lee Gaskin Stand-in Wests/UC captain Joe Cooke has declared 15-year-old opening batsman Matthew Gilkes one of the most exciting prospects he has seen in the Cricket ACT first-grade competition.

Bangladesh cricket team arrives in Canberra for the World Cup ahead of sold out game with Afghanistan

''We need to perform for the people'': The Bangladesh cricket team's Anamul Haque after arriving in Canberra ahead of their game against Afghanistan next Wednesday.

Lee Gaskin It's the clash of two cricketing minnows that has, incredibly, attracted a full house at Manuka Oval.


Wests/UC assembles a champion team in quest for third straight Douglas Cup Cricket ACT premiership

Wests/UC celebrates winning the one-day premiership last Sunday.

Lee Gaskin Wests/UC subscribes to the theory that a champion team beats a team of champions.

Canberra fast bowler Jason Behrendorff puts Australia ahead of Indian Premier League

Lee Gaskin Canberra fast bowler Jason Behrendorff put his ambitions of representing Australia ahead of a lucrative Indian Premier League contract, taking time out to recover from a back injury.


Cricket ACT agrees to historic partnership with Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW

Lee Gaskin Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland says cricket will become the No 1 sport in Canberra after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Cricket ACT and Cricket NSW.

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Locker Room: Queanbeyan's Darren Southwell misses out on perfect 10 wickets

Queanbeyan fast bowler Darren Southwell was one wicket off taking all 10 wickets in an innings.

Lee Gaskin Darren Southwell claims nine wickets for a Queanbeyan record, the Raiders unveil a new jersey and the Brumbies' new sponsor relief for players.

Cade Brown scores 192 from 167 for Weston Creek Molonglo in four-run loss to Wests/UC in Gallop Cup final

Weston Creek Molonglo batsman Cade Brown leaves the field dejected after Wests/UC win the one-day compeition.

Lee Gaskin Cade Brown produced arguably the greatest innings in the history of Canberra one-day cricket, but Wests/UC hung on to end a 15-year Gallop Cup drought with a thrilling three-run victory at Stirling...


Canberra trio back home for Sydney FC in the National Youth League

SPORT: FFA Centre of Excellence v Sydney FC Youth at the Australian Institute of Sport in Bruce. From left, FFA Centre of Excellence player Cameron Joice and Sydney FC Youth player George Timotheou in action. 8th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The Canberra Times.

Lee Gaskin Canberra doesn’t have a National Youth League team, but three of the city’s brightest products are making their mark in the competition.


Cricket ACT board to have final say on new chief executive

Outgoing Cricket ACT chief executive Mark Vergano.

Lee Gaskin The Cricket ACT board will have the final say on the appointment of the organisation's new chief executive, with a decision expected to be made by the end of February.


Blake Dean scores second straight century ahead of Cricket ACT one-day final

Wests/UC batsman Matthew Gilkes scored 97 in the Douglas Cup match against Weston Creek Molonglo on Saturday.

Lee Gaskin Weston Creek Molonglo all-rounder Blake Dean is in ominous form for Sunday's one-day final, posting his second century in as many games.


Canberra Capitals captain Abby Bishop calls on missing teammates to stand up in WNBL play-off push

Canberra Capitals captain Abby Bishop.

Lee Gaskin Canberra Capitals captain Abby Bishop has called on her ''missing'' teammates to stand up and be counted with their playoff hopes hanging in the balance.


Commonwealth gold medallist Michael Shelley to contest world cross-country titles

Lee Gaskin Commonwealth Games marathon gold medallist Michael Shelley will contest the world cross country championship qualifiers in Canberra on Sunday.


Veteran Heath Axelby showing the way for younger teammates

North Canberra Gungahlin spinner Heath Axelby celebrates a wicket with teammates.

Lee Gaskin North Canberra Gungahlin spinner Heath Axelby is the veteran of the first-grade team, but has a long way to go to match the longevity of his family.


Gungahlin United players agree to stay for debut National Premier League season despite pay cuts

Lee Gaskin Gungahlin United's players are committed to chasing a National Premier League championship after accepting less money than they were originally offered.


Canberra's Ben Edwards fighting for title, but would fight Sonny-Bill Williams for free

Ben Edwards will fight Hunter Sam in Canberra on February 27.

Lee Gaskin Australian heavyweight title contender Ben Edwards would fight Sonny-Bill Williams or Paul Gallen "for free", but isn't holding his breath for the football stars to answer his challenge.

Marathon medallist Jess Trengove learns from brother Jack's resilience

Jack Trengove with his older sister Jess.

Lee Gaskin Commonwealth Games marathon bronze medallist Jess Trengove will compete at the national cross country championships at Stromlo on Sunday.

Brandon Starc hopes to continue brother Mitch's impressive summer

High jumper Brandon Star with older brother, Australian fast bowler Mitchell.

Lee Gaskin High jumper Brandon Starc hopes to follow older brother Mitch of the Australian cricket team, but at the Canberra Track Classic.


Road to Canberra's premier race, the Black Opal Stakes, heats up as two-year-olds vie for spots

Trainer Gerald Ryan after winning last year's Black Opal Stakes.

Lee Gaskin Leading Sydney trainer Gerald Ryan will begin his assault on back-to-back Black Opal Stakes victories a month out from the richest race on the ACT calendar.