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David Polkinghorne is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.
David Polkinghorne A whirlwind 50 for the PM's XI helped launch Jono Dean's Big Bash League career.
David Polkinghorne The Prime Minister's XI take on England at Manuka Oval in Canberra.
David Polkinghorne Chris Gayle's return to the international arena is not only a boost to West Indian cricket but to Canberra's chances of attracting more games as well.
David Polkinghorne Cricket ACT is confident the first major sporting event of Canberra's centenary celebrations will not be a fizzer.
David Polkinghorne Chris Gayle has made a name as one of the most explosive batsmen in the world, but Canberra Comets opener Jono Dean would love nothing better than to go head-to-head with the West Indies maestro.
David Polkinghorne Prime Minister’s XI: Fawad Ahmed knows how traumatic life as an asylum seeker is, and he hopes his story might inspire others.
David Polkinghorne Re-live the action as Ricky Ponting farewells international cricket in the first ever day-night match to be played under lights at Manuka Oval in Canberra.
David Polkinghorne Chris Gayle is officially in a form slump, Shane Watson can bat and how good is George Bailey?
David Polkinghorne Real-time coverage from the third one-day international in Canberra with Australia chasing a series victory.
David Polkinghorne Canberra will host three cricket World Cup matches, including giants South Africa, at Manuka Oval in 2015.
David Polkinghorne Canberra's centenary will get a double-barrelled blast from the world's most explosive batsman, Chris Gayle, under the glare of new Christmas lights.