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Jon Tuxworth

Jon Tuxworth is a sports reporter at The Canberra Times.


Canberra to host Australia and South Africa in ODI cricket

Jon Tuxworth International cricket is poised to return to Canberra this summer.


Haddin an 'inspiration'

David Dawson.

Jon Tuxworth NSW lower-grade wicketkeeper David Dawson says it would be ''inspirational'' to watch Brad Haddin don the baggy green again after admiring his resilience during his family crisis.


Manuka has bright future, says Haddin

NSW cricketer Brad Haddin

Jon Tuxworth Brad Haddin believes the addition of lights at Manuka Oval means Canberra is poised to be a contender for more marquee events.


Hussey hands Canberra a double farewell

Michael Hussey

Jon Tuxworth The shock retirement of Michael Hussey will ''add another dimension'' to the biggest year of cricket in Canberra's history.


Khawaja ready to return the favour for Punter

Usman Khawaja,

Jon Tuxworth Prime Minister’s XI: Usman Khawaja will never forget how Ricky Ponting bent over backwards to make him feel welcome when he first walked into an Australian dressing room.


Ponting applauds Dean for fast knock

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 29: Jono Dean of the PM's XI celebrates his half century during the International Tour Match between the Prime Minister's XI and West Indies at Manuka Oval on January 29, 2013 in Canberra, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

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.


Manuka's World Cup bid revamp

Jon Tuxworth Cricket ACT views sacrificing Chairman's XI hosting rights as a small price to pay as it looks to upgrade Manuka Oval into a venue capable of hosting 2015 World Cup games.

No Chairman’s XI for Manuka Oval

?pics of Manuka and lights by Ben Wrigley who works for Cox Architecture, designers of the lights.

Ian Warden Gang Gang, Canberra Times, 6th February 2013.

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Jon Tuxworth Pending resurfacing work at Manuka Oval has forced next summer’s Chairman’s XI tour match against England to be transferred to another venue.

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