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Post by The Greenhouse » April 6, 2019, 1:43 pm

50th min TRY STEELERS to five eighth Talatau Amone our wide. No conversion.

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Post by The Greenhouse » April 6, 2019, 1:47 pm

56th min Raiders almost go the length! Last pass called forward. Oh, the tragedy of it all!
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 6, 2019, 1:53 pm

65th min Raiders attack in the red zone breaks down! Lots of opportunity gone begging!
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 6, 2019, 1:59 pm

SG Ball

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Illawarra Steelers 28 defeated Canberra Raiders 22

That means the Raiders qualify for the SG Ball finals in fifth place.

The Raiders Tarsha Gale Cup team qualified for the finals in eighth.
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Post by greeneyed » April 7, 2019, 6:43 pm

NSWRL Junior Representatives Finals Week 1

Saturday, 13 April

HE Laybutt Sporting Complex
9:30am - Panthers (6th) v Sharks (7th) | Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup
10:45am - Panthers (6th) v Sharks (7th) | UNE Harold Matthews Cup
12:15pm – Raiders (5th) v Sharks (8th) | UNE SG Ball Cup
1:45pm – Raiders (8th) v Eels (5th) | Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup
3:00pm – Knights (2nd) v Wests Tigers (3rd) | Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup
4:15pm – Knights (1st) v Bulldogs (4th) | UNE Harold Matthews Cup
5:45pm – Tigers (7th) Bulldogs (6th) | UNE SG Ball Cup

Wollongong Stadium
10:30am – Steelers (1st) v Dragons (4th) | Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup
12:00pm – Steelers (5th) v Tigers (8th) | UNE Harold Matthews Cup
1:30pm – Steelers (2nd) v CC Roosters (3rd) | UNE SG Ball Cup

Brookvale Oval
10:00am – Sea Eagles (3rd) v Rabbitohs (2nd) | UNE Harold Matthews Cup
11:30am – Sea Eagles (1st) v Eels (4th) | UNE SG Ball Cup

Round 9 Junior Representatives Wrap: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/04 ... ives-wrap/
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2019 Junior Representatives Finals Week 1

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Canberra Raiders V Balmain Tigers
Saturday April 6, 5:45pm
HE Laybutt Sporting Complex

Canberra Raiders
1. Manase Kaho 2. Aidan Gaffey 21. Thomas Croker 22. Junior Tupou 5. Cooper O'Connor 6. Brayden Robertson 7. Jordan Williams 8. James Atonio 9. Mitchel Souter 10. Ata Mariota 11. Clay Webb 12. Jackson Owen 13. Jack Colovatti

17. Bradley Buckley 18. Jack Williams 19. Bryce Magnone 20. Mika Taleo 23. Livai Kaloutolu 24. Simote Sitauti 25. Jacob Lucas 26. Kane Smith

Balmain Tigers
1. Josh Rizk 2. Samuel Karwhin 3. Oskar Enasio 4. Samuel Kanaan 5. Edwyne Afeaki 6. Hayden Essery 7. Cooper Wood 8. Callum Ellis 9. Jake Kusto 10. Braydon Guyan 11. Zayn Wilkins 12. Henry O'kane 13. Daniel Sykes

14. Jason Smyth 15. Darcy Hoy 16. Blake Layton 17. Harley Sanchez 18. Stylez O'Mara 19. Irie Brosnahan-Papuni 20. Thomas Kwok 21. Flynn Angles-Corke

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders SG Ball team qualified for the finals in sixth place, and now take on the seventh placed Balmain Tigers, in week one of the finals.

Last weekend at Seiffert Oval, the Raiders had the opportunity to jump over the first placed Illawarra Steelers, but they just fell short, going down 28-22. The Raiders started the match on fire, producing a terrific team try for fullback Manese Kaho in just the second minute. However, the Steelers then piled on four tries of their own, with halfback Jayden Sullivan in the thick of the action. That gave the visitors a 24-4 lead after just 25 minutes. Canberra hit back with two tries - to second rower Jack Williams and a second to Manese Kaho - and a penalty goal inside the final six minutes of the first half... so they trailed 24-16 at the break.

The Raiders continued their comeback 10 minutes into the second half, with a converted try to centre Junior Tupou, reducing the deficit to only two points. A four pointer to Steelers five eighth Talatau Amone stretched Illawarra's lead to 28-22 just five minutes later. But while the Raiders unleashed the attack in the final stages, seriously threatening to cross the line on more than one occasion, they could not breach that six point gap.

The Canberra Raiders met their Finals Week 1 opponents, the Balmain Tigers in Round 2 at Kippax, in very hot conditions. The Raiders led at half time, 16-8, but the Tigers scored six unanswered tries in the second half, to run out 44-16 winners. It was the clearly the Raiders' worst defeat of the regular season. But it is also the case that the team's form has been on an upward trend since that time.

The Raiders recorded a 5 and 3 record in the regular season, while the Tigers won four, drew one and lost three. The Raiders have a very slightly better attacking record than the Tigers, averaging 29 points per match (28 for the Tigers). The two teams have an identical defensive record, conceding an average of 19 points per game. Last weekend the Tigers were beaten 42-14 at Leichhardt Oval by the Central Coast Roosters, a team that finished third on the ladder. The Tigers have a WWLWL record in their past five games, while the Raiders have a LWWWL form line.

The Round 2 result is a concern for the Green Machine, but two months have passed since then, and the Raiders have produced some good form. Clearly there is not much between the record of the two teams overall. We'll tip the Raiders will progress to week two.

Round 9 SG Ball highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/0 ... --round-9/
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Tarsha Gale Cup

Canberra Raiders V Parramatta Eels
Saturday April 6, 4:30pm
HE Laybutt Sporting Complex

Canberra Raiders
15. Taysha-lee Campbell 3. Gabbie Davis 1. Madyson Tooth 2. Klaudia Osztrenkovics 14. Shanae Pope 7. Samantha Small 8. Tara Mcgrath-west 9. Krystyana Haridemos 21. Jada Olsen-flanagan 4. Ashley Carter 17. Grace Martin 10. Carly Wilkin 12. Samantha Clegg 13. Sydney Harrison 20. Taylah Johnston 5. Tarnayar Hinch 6. Krystal Blackwell 19. Vanessa Harris

Parramatta Eels
1. Anne Pati 2. Chelsea-lina Koomson 4. Allison Futialo 5. Izabella Epati 6. Jada Toevai 7. Kristen Cawthorne 11. Natalie Bainou 12. Tahlia Alexander 15. Martha Fua 24. Breeze E'e 25. Gardinia Faalogo 13. Jada Alexander 17. Shondell Akhabue 18. Pearl Mccarthy 19. Rebekah Faucette

AT A GLANCE: The eighth placed Canberra Raiders take on the fifth placed Parramatta Eels in Week 1 of the Tarsha Gale Cup finals. The Raiders suffered a 58-4 loss to the first placed Illawarra Steelers in Round 9, while the Eels were defeated 48-4 by the second placed Knights. However, the Raiders will likely find it tough going against Eels on Saturday. The Raiders booked just two wins in the regular season, against the Bulldogs and the Roosters Indigenous Academy - the two teams that missed the top eight. The Raiders' 2 and 7 record compares unfavourably with the 6 and 3 posted by the Eels. The Raiders have a negative points differential of 172, while the Eels finished on +54. Hopefully, however, the Green Machine can pull off a big upset!

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Unfortunately, the Canberra Raiders finished 11th in Harold Matthews, winning two games and losing six. They lost in Round 9 to the fifth placed Illawarra Steelers, 30-16.

Round 9 Harold Matthews highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/0 ... --round-9/
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Post by greeneyed » April 8, 2019, 9:03 pm

Hearing that the NSWRL has incorrectly tallied the points for and against in SG Ball, so the Raiders finish sixth, not fifth. So they meet the seventh placed Tigers. The Week 1 finals draw has changed on NSWRL.com.au, but not the ladder yet, or their announced list of finals.
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Post by greeneyed » April 9, 2019, 12:13 pm

Revised fixtures: NSWRL Junior Representatives Finals Week One

NSWRL has confirmed fixture details for Week One of the 2019 Junior Representatives finals series on Saturday, 13 April, after making an error in the SG Ball competition ladder.

HE Laybutt Sporting Complex
9:30am – Panthers (6th) v Sharks (7th) Tarsha Gale Cup
10:45am – Panthers (6th) v Sharks (7th) Harold Matthew Cup
12:15pm – Bulldogs (5th) v Sharks (8th) SG Ball Cup
1:45pm – Knights (1st) v Bulldogs (4th) Harold Matthew Cup
3:15pm – Knights (2nd) v Wests Tigers (3rd) Tarsha Gale Cup
4:30pm – Raiders (8th) v Eels (5th) Tarsha Gale Cup
5:45pm – Tigers (7th) Raiders (6th) SG Ball Cup

Wollongong Stadium
10:30am – Steelers (1st) v Dragons (4th) Tarsha Gale Cup
12:00pm – Steelers (5th) v Tigers (8th) Harold Matthews Cup
1:30pm – Steelers (2nd) v CC Roosters (3rd) SG Ball Cup

Brookvale Oval
10:00am – Sea Eagles (3rd) v Rabbitohs (2nd) Harold Matthews Cup
11:30am – Sea Eagles (1st) v Eels (4th) SG Ball Cup

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/0 ... -week-one/
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Junior Representatives: Week 1 Finals Preview: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/04 ... s-preview/
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Post by The Greenhouse » April 13, 2019, 5:50 pm

Welcome to our coverage of this evening's Canberra Raiders Junior Representatives Week 1 Finals matches. This post will update with live scores for the SG Ball clash between the Raiders and Balmain Tigers.

The Raiders Tarsha Gale Cup team has been eliminated in their finals match against the Parramatta Eels.

Tarsha Gale Cup

Parramatta Eels 48

Tries
Allison Futialo 2'
Tahlia Alexander 4'
Tahlia Alexander 11'
Allison Futialo 14'
Chelsea-lina Koomson 28'
Chelsea-lina Koomson 36'
Anne Pati 43'
Anne Pati 55'
Breeze E'E 58'

Goals
Allison Futialo 5'
Shondell Akhabue 29'
Shondell Akhabue 37'
Allison Futialo 41'
Shondell Akhabue 54'
Shondell Akhabue 57'

defeated

Canberra Raiders 4

Tries
Taysha-Lee Campbell 39'

Goals

SG Ball

Canberra Raiders 34

Tries
Junior Tupou 13'
Aidan Gaffey 22'
Manase Kaho 24'
Junior Tupou 33'
Jack Williams 52'
Jack Williams 55'

Goals
Brayden Robertson 14'
Brayden Robertson 23'
Brayden Robertson 25'
Brayden Robertson 53'
Brayden Robertson 56'

defeated

Balmain Tigers 10

Tries
Zayn Wilkins 27'
Daniel Sykes 59'

Goals
Josh Rizk 60'
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SG Ball

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Canberra Raiders 22
Balmain Tigers 4
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Canberra Raiders 34 lead Balmain Tigers 10 with 10 minutes remaining.
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SG Ball

FULL TIME

Canberra Raiders 34 defeated Balmain Tigers 10

In other results:

Manly Sea Eagles 36 defeated Parramatta Eels 6
Illawarra Steelers 40 defeated Central Coast Roosters 12
Canterbury Bulldogs 28 defeated Cronulla Sharks 6

The Sea Eagles and Steelers progress to Week 3. Next week, the Raiders meet the Roosters, while the Eels meet the Bulldogs.
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2019 Junior Representatives Finals Week 2

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Canberra Raiders V Central Coast Roosters
Friday April 19, 4:00pm, Kogarah Jubilee Oval

Canberra Raiders

1. Manase Kaho 2. Aidan Gaffey 21. Thomas Croker 22. Junior Tupou 5. Cooper O'Connor 6. Brayden Robertson 7. Jordan Williams 8. James Atonio 9. Mitchel Souter 10. Ata Mariota 11. Clay Webb 12. Jackson Owen 13. Jack Colovatti

17. Bradley Buckley 18. Jack Williams 19. Bryce Magnone 20. Mika Taleo 14. Jacob Lucas 15. Livai Kaloutolu 16. Simote Sitauti 23. Kane Smith

Central Coast Roosters

1. Sandon Smith 2. Adam Riding 3. Levi Kasun 4. Riley Stevenson 5. Luke Knight 6. Reece Piepers 7. Tommy Anderson 8. Cooper Page-wilson 9. Thomas Deakin 10. Jack Stringer 11. Oliver Clements 12. Riley Meyn 13. Ryan Jones

14. Zac Montgomery 15. Jeremiah Ratabua 19. Brae Verheyen 25. Sione Vaenuku 16. Harrison Packham 20. Darby Elton

AT A GLANCE: The Canberra Raiders face the Central Coast Roosters in Finals Week 2 of the SG Ball Cup.

In Week 1, the sixth placed Raiders eliminated the Balmain Tigers, with a 34-10 victory at Blacktown's HE Laybutt Field. Canberra had suffered a 44-16 loss to the Tigers in Round 2 of the regular season at Kippax, but well and truly turned the tables on Saturday. Canberra posted four tries to one in the first half, with Junior Tupou scoring a double, and Aidan Gaffey and Manase Kaho also chipping in with four pointers. The junior Green Machine built on the 22-4 half time lead in the second stanza - with two tries to Jack Williams in the space of three minutes. The Tigers also produced a converted try in the second half, but it was nowhere near enough.

The Raiders have not faced the Central Coast Roosters since 2017, when Canberra lost at Seiffert Oval 34-16. However, both teams now have a new crop of players.

The Central Coast finished the 2019 regular season in third place on the ladder, recording seven wins and two losses (Raiders 5 and 3). The Raiders had a slightly better attacking record than the Roosters, averaging 29 points per match (26 for the Central Coast). However the Roosters have the better defensive record, conceding 18 points per match (Raiders 23).

Last weekend the Central Coast was beaten 40-12 by the Illawarra Steelers at Wollongong Stadium. The Roosters had a six game winning streak between Rounds 2 and 7; they have a WWLWL record in their past five. The losses were to the Sea Eagles and the Steelers - the teams that finished first and second. The Raiders have a WWWLW recent form line, losing to the Steelers by six points in the final round of the regular season.

However, the Raiders pushed the Steelers all the way - and hopefully, the recent results of the two teams against Illawarra are a pointer for this clash. We'll go with the Green Machine to continue their finals march in this one.

Finals Week 1 SG Ball highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/1 ... -cup--fw1/



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Unfortunately, the Canberra Raiders bowed out of the Tarsha Gale Cup finals in Week 1, soundly beaten by the Parramatta Eels, 48-4 at Blacktown. The Raiders showed some good signs of improvement this season, but that result shows coach Matthew Corkery still has a way to go to build a competitive outfit.

Finals Week 1 Tarsha Gale Cup highlights: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/04/1 ... -cup--fw1/
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Junior Representatives: Week 1 Finals Wrap: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/04 ... nals-wrap/
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Junior Representatives Preview: Finals Week Two

Raiders SG Ball coach Dean Souter said that he’s proud of what his team has accomplished in 2019, and will be hoping to continue the push further in the finals when they meet the Central Coast on Good Friday.

“They’re resilient guys,” said Souter. “We fell at this hurdle last year, but the resilience these guys show is second to none.”

Read more: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/04 ... -week-two/
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Welcome to our coverage of the Canberra Raiders Week 2 Finals clash with the Central Coast Roosters. This post will update with live scores from 4pm so refresh for the latest.

Final team line ups:

Canberra Raiders

1. Manase Kaho 2. Aidan Gaffey 21. Thomas Croker 22. Junior Tupou 5. Cooper O'Connor 6. Brayden Robertson 14. Jacob Lucas 8. James Atonio 9. Mitchel Souter 10. Ata Mariota 11. Clay Webb 12. Jackson Owen 20. Mika Taleo

7. Jordan Williams 17. Bradley Buckley 18. Jack Williams 19. Bryce Magnone

Central Coast Roosters

1. Sandon Smith 2. Adam Riding 3. Levi Kasun 4. Riley Stevenson 5. Luke Knight 6. Reece Piepers 7. Tommy Anderson 8. Cooper Page-Wilson 9. Thomas Deakin 10. Jack Stringer 11. Oliver Clements 12. Riley Meyn 13. Ryan Jones

14. Zac Montgomery 15. Jeremiah Ratabua 19. Brae Verheyen 25. Sione Vaenuku

HALF TIME Central Coast Roosters 16 led Canberra Raiders 10

FULL TIME Central Coast Roosters 40 defeated Canberra Raiders 16


Central Coast Roosters 46

Tries
Riley Stevenson 7'
Sandon Smith 16'
Tommy Anderson 20'
Luke Knight 48'
Luke Knight 56'
Sandon Smith 59'
Sione Vaenuku 63'
Tommy Anderson 68'

Goals
Reece Piepers 17'
Reece Piepers 22'
Reece Piepers 49'
Reece Piepers 58'
Reece Piepers 59'
Reece Piepers 64'
Reece Piepers 69'

Sin bin
Jack Stringer 69'

defeated

Canberra Raiders 16

Tries
Mika Taleo 4'
Junior Tupou 29'
Mitchell Souter 43'

Goals
Brayden Robertson 5'
Brayden Robertson 44'

Sin bin
Jack Williams 69'
Mika Taleo 69'
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#SGBall Finals Week 2 HT: Central Coast Roosters 16 lead Canberra Raiders 10. Scoring details: http://ow.ly/3Fm150qSopi #WeAreRaiders #wearecbr
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#SGBall Finals Week 2 FT: Central Coast Roosters 46 defeated Canberra Raiders 16. Scoring details: http://ow.ly/b6py50qSp2W #WeAreRaiders #wearecbr

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Post by Dusty » April 20, 2019, 11:06 am

Some fantastic talent on the NSW Central Coast. A great effort when many of the perceived top talents go to Manly or Newcastle.

Roosters have no local juniors but they have adopted the Central Coast and are pumping some decent resources into the area.


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Post by greeneyed » April 23, 2019, 12:44 pm

Junior Representative Wrap: Finals Week Two: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/04 ... -week-two/
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Post by ALX22 » May 14, 2019, 6:02 pm

No Raiders selected in the NSWRL Harold Matthews Under-16s Representative Team. However, some may make the upcoming Pasifika side.

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Post by greeneyed » May 14, 2019, 6:21 pm

One rep from the Monaro Colts though in the NSW Country team, Reagan Hurley.
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Raiders' 2019 Development Squad Program: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/05 ... d-program/

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Canberra Raiders Junior Tupou selected for NSW Under 18s squad

Canberra Raiders player Junior Tupou has been named for the NSW Under 18s squad that will meet the Queensland Maroons prior to Origin I.

NSW Under-18s Men's squad: Bradman Best (Newcastle Knights); Mitchell Black (Newcastle Knights), Oliver Clements (Central Coast Roosters), Sione Fainu (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles), Matthew Feagai (Illawarra Steelers), Max Feagai (Illawarra Steelers), Siua Fotu (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles), Noah Griffiths (Bathurst Panthers/Melbourne Storm), David Hollis (Parramatta Eels), Sam Hughes (Parramatta Eels), Trey Mooney (Parramatta Eels), Viliami Penisini (Parramatta Eels), Joshua Schuster (Manly), Tyrell Sloan (Illawarra Steelers), Jayden Sullivan (Illawarra Steelers), Jackson Topine (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs), Ben Trbojevic (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles), Alec Tuitavake (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles), Junior Tupou (Canberra Raiders), Kaeo Weekes (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles). Coach: Michael Ennis

Read more: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2019/05/2 ... ens-squad/
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Post by greeneyed » May 23, 2019, 7:19 pm

2019 Junior Representatives award winners

Congratulations to all the Canberra Raiders junior representatives award winners for 2019!

Award winners:

Tarsha Gale Cup (Women’s Under 18’s)

Most improved: Ashley Carter
Players player: Zali Waihape-Andrews
Coaches award: Samantha Clegg

Harold Matthews (Under 16’s)

Most improved: Corey Herrington
Players player: Henry Alesi
Coaches award: Eneseli Kamuta

SG Ball Under 18’s

Most improved: Jack Colovatti
Players player: Ata Mariota
Coaches award: Brayden Robertson

Junior Reps Club person of the year: James Atonio

Read more and gallery: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/05 ... ion-night/
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2019 Raiders Development Squads announced: https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2019/05 ... announced/
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Post by ALX22 » June 5, 2019, 10:29 pm

Congratulations to Henry Alesi on his selection in the NSW Pasifika team to face the NSW U16 team.

Source: NRL Pacific Test Facebook Page [Posted 23/05/19]

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