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Chris Dutton

Chris Dutton is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.


Lauren Jackson to be the intimidator as veteran Capitals aim for WNBL finals

Chris Dutton Lauren Jackson the "intimidator" as Carly Wilson re-signs with the Canberra Capitals.


Capitals confident without star as Flames flicker out

Lauren Jackson

Chris Dutton The Canberra Capitals want to ''leave our mark'' on the Women's National Basketball League without Lauren Jackson and are preparing to go on their two-game Queensland road trip without their...


Samuels siblings set hearts on Rio

10 October 2012, Sport, Journalist Chris Dutton. The Canberra Times, Photo Jay Cronan. The Canberra Capitals newest recruit Casey Samuels.

Chris Dutton Dani has the muscle, Casey's got the skills and after growing up trying to beat each other on the basketball court, the Samuels sisters have a joint Olympic Games dream.


Superstar Jackson holds court after two years

16th October 2012, Story by Jon Tuxworth , Canberra Times Photograph by, Colleen Petch,  Canberra Capitals player Lauren Jackson back in town holds a press conference at Tilleys this morning, Lauren will not be playing this weekend and will be in re-hab for the next fortnight.

Chris Dutton It's the winning record unmatched in WNBL history and will give Lauren Jackson's rivals nightmares as she attempts to continue an ''insanely incredible'' dominance in her comeback on Friday night.


Graf's future with Capitals hinges on Games review

SPORT - Canberra Capitals take on the Sydney Flames during a WNBL game at the AIS Arena Bruce, Canberra.  Capitals coach Carrie Graf during a time out.
2nd November 2012 
Photo : Colleen Petch

Chris Dutton The Canberra Capitals want Basketball Australia to fast-track its post-Olympic Games review so the WNBL powerhouse can secure its future with coach Carrie Graf.


Ardossi shrugs off Boomer barbs to battle on for Capitals

Canberra Capitals player, Brigitte Ardossi . Pic taken at the Belconnen Basketball Centre.

Chris Dutton Brigitte Ardossi wants to prove she's not a ''dirty player'' and has vowed to continue her physical game style despite the Bulleen Boomers' bizarre decision to accuse her of striking.