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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne All ACT Comets gun all-rounder Vele Dukoski needs to do to find inspiration is to is look at his hands.
David Polkinghorne ACT Meteors coach Andrew Dawson has one goal in mind – playing in the women's Twenty20 final on Manuka Oval.
David Polkinghorne Michael Bevan says the nation's capital deserves a bigger role in Australian cricket.
David Polkinghorne Socceroos midfielder Carl Valeri says Canberra has shown it should be home to the next A-League team.
David Polkinghorne Canberra fast bowler confident he can make his Sheffield Shield debut this summer.
David Polkinghorne Boom apprentice jockey Winona Costin will go into the biggest day of her short career and her group 1 debut a winner after saluting in the final race at Canberra's Thoroughbred Park on Friday.
David Polkinghorne But confident he has time to get his second stage win of the tour.
Canberra golfer Brendan Jones confident he can return to winning ways after finishing third in Japan Tour event
David Polkinghorne Australia's most successful player in the land of the rising sun feels like a rookie again.
David Polkinghorne Canberra Racing will avoid loss of talented horses from nation's capital, says trainer Nick Olive.
David Polkinghorne Matt Condon would run around the house in Michael Bevan pads - now he can learn from him.
David Polkinghorne Caroline Buchanan up against female sport's glamour girls for top prize, Gregan a hit at Hall of Fame and Josh Papalii welcomes first child.
David Polkinghorne When you have no feeling below your neck, a burst appendix becomes even more deadly than usual.
David Polkinghorne Guard Michelle Cosier is creche-ing her way back onto the Canberra Capitals roster.
David Polkinghorne It might not be the grand tour he wanted to ride this year, but Canberra cycling star Michael Matthews will return to the race that launched his career in 2013.
David Polkinghorne Tour de France star Michael Rogers feels his team Tinkoff-Saxo is on the verge of something special and he wants to finish off what he's started by helping Alberto Contador regain the yellow jersey...
David Polkinghorne Oman hopes basing itself at the Australian Institute of Sport will see its success rub off on it and the nation wants Canberra to adopt it as its Asian Cup team.
David Polkinghorne Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says Carl Valeri is in the frame for the Asian Cup.
David Polkinghorne Canberra tennis gun Nick Kyrgios pulls out due to bone stress in his left arm.
David Polkinghorne Queanbeyan trainer Garry Clarke hopes Oh So Adorable's first-up second at Randwick is the sign of things to come.
David Polkinghorne Unlike her half-sister Pray To God, Rose Of Falvelon has never been a picnic horse.