JAMES FORM TRAINING PARTNERSHIP
NEW Ballarat horse racing training partnership Barry and Glen James has its first starter at Kilmore today.
Money Chaser, which is raced by Glen James, makes his debut in a maiden, 1100m, for the father and son combination.
They are Ballarat’s first formal training partnership.
Barry is a veteran trainer who these days trains horses raced in family interests.
Money Chaser will race in the colours of white with a black bullseye.
JARRY WITHIN REACH OF WNBA TITLE
FORMER Ballarat Lady Miners basketballer Rachel Jarry hits the court today hoping to wrap up a WNBA title in her first season with Minnesota Lynx.
Lynx leads the best-of-five series against Atlanta Dream 2-0.
The third play-off starts at 11.30am.
FRIDAY NIGHT NETBALL
BALLARAT Netball Association’s premier league fronts up for round 10 games at Llanberris Netball Centre tonight.
The Athlete’s Foot Cup resumed in its usual timeslot on Tuesday night after a holiday break.
7pm: Eureka Kellies v Sturt Diamonds (court 1)
7pm: Dela Assuntas v Dela Vixens (2)
IN overnight cricket news, India defeated Australia by six wickets with two balls to spare in a twenty20 match to open the Aussies’ tour of the sub-continent.
Australia made 7-201 with Aaron Finch top scoring with 89.
Yuvraj Singh then led India to victory with 77 off 35 balls.
Victorian Clint McKay was the only multiple wicket-taker with 2-50 off his four overs.
CHECK out the weekly “Racing Wrap” www.thecourier.com.au on Saturday morning for a review of the week in Ballarat gallops, a look at the Caulfield Guineas day from a Ballarat perspective and the week ahead for Ballarat stables.