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Today’s best bets for Sandown Hillside races & the Professor’s Parlay – That’s Racing!!

The Professor and the Gelding came back to earth last Saturday but are looking to improve at today’s Sandown Hillside meeting where the track is rated a Soft 6 and the rail is out 3 metres for the entire circuit.

Don’t forget to back the tips each way!

Sandown Hillside

Professor’s tips
Race 1 Horse 1 – Inundation (for the ladies at the Tennis club)
Race 9 Horse 2 – St Lawrence (also for the ladies at the Tennis club)

Gelding’s tips

Race 6 Horse 3 – Daytona Bay
Race 8 Horse 5 – Detonator Jack

Professor’s Parlay

Race 8 Horse 5 – Detonator Jack into Boston Celtics to beat Phoenix Suns (NBA) into Philadelphia 76’ers to beat San Antonio Spurs (NBA).

Good luck and good punting!

The Professor

Sportzfan Radio show #237.2

@SportzfanRadio now available on iTunes!4 March 2012 237.2 – In the  second hour of the show, the Professor asked Daniel what had happened to the NBL season as it seemed to have disappeared with the playoffs beginning soon and the AFL and NRL overshadowing basketball in the news.  Sportzfan Stan’s view was that the league’s management needed professional help to increase interest in teams, awareness of games and boost revenues. His feelings were shared by the rest of the panel with discussions centering on the NBL’s lack of promotion of the game and a remedy involving a shared venue with other sports such as netball leading to increased awareness.  Daniel reviewed the NBA giving his opinion on the teams, their standings and whether Clipper Darrell had been harshly treated . He also looked at the Twitter tag #BlameLebron. The NRL report from Paul Dalligan included highlights of St. George’s win over the Tinkler Knights. The win surprised Dalligan as the favoured Knights played well. The Professor thought the Raiders v Storm match was the game of the round so far with Billy Slater’s brilliant late try winner being a feature. Dalligan congratulated The Professor on his Bulldogs pulling out a win after overcoming a 14 point deficit. The Panel also discussed Essendon’s no-show for their match on Saturday with St. Kilda in Wangaratta and the AFL originally splitting the game points between the two teams with all in agreement that St. Kilda should receive all four points. Last moment thoughts from the Professor had the Panel discussing the Grand Prix and Bernie Ecclestone’s annual threat of axing the race.