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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 renaissance of Australian cricket continues - Canberra Comets coach Mark Higgs is the latest retired tweaker to throw his spinning fingers into the Big Bash League ring.
David Polkinghorne Brad Haddin looks set to miss the Prime Minister's XI game against the West Indies at Manuka Oval on January 29 due to a hamstring injury.
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 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.
Jon Tuxworth and David Polkinghorne The brutality of his Prime Minister's XI knock was likened to that of a ''right-handed David Warner'' and earned the admiration of former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting.
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David Polkinghorne Prime Minister's XI: Ricky Ponting missed out on runs, but he did end his international career with a win.
David Polkinghorne Allan Border says Peter Siddle and Chris Rogers could be the key to the Aussies success in the Ashes.
David Polkinghorne ACT Comets master blaster Jono Dean doesn't care whether Kevin Rudd or Tony Abbott is in charge, just as long as they pick him for next year's Prime Minister's XI fixture.