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Date: Dec 10, 2018

July 25th Club Notes

HELMETS
 As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.
LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Paddy Foleys Bar, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 11,14,16 and 21.No winner, Next weeks jackpot is €5200,2 winners of MATCH 3, €50 each, Deirdre Kiely and Theresa Wright, next weeks prize is €100.
ACADAMY  Dungarvan  GAA Club training Academy for boys and girls aged 5/10 years – Football, Hurling Saturday mornings – 11am to 12:00 and Tuesdays from 18:15 to19:15pm for the youngest groups. 10am-12pm for the older groups.Parents and guardians of the children are fundamental to the successful running of the Academy.  Each year we invite parents to volunteer to become coaches/helpers in the Academy.No previous experience is required as the club provides resources, training courses and support through its  (Games Promotions Officer)All the Coaches and Kids have been very busy with the past few weeks with training and games and now are supporting ‘Games on the Green’ . The purpose of this project is to bring the club to the housing estates in Dungarvan  to meet all the kids and parents and have some fun.
QUIZ ANSWERS
1. In the recent u21 hurling match v Cork who was the Rebels Captain. DARREN BROWN
2. What club does the above Captain play for. KANTURK
3. Who does Cork Star Luke Meade play his Club Hurling for. NEWCESTOWN
4. How many times have Waterford played Cork in a Munster u21 Hurling Final.1
5. Who won the 2017 Munster Poc Fada. BRIAN O LOUGHLIN CLARE
QUIZ
1. Who was Offaly’s first All Ireland Captain
2.Which sport in Ireland would you associate JJ Gilmartin, Pat Kirby and Paul Brady.
3. Who played his first All Ireland in 1941 and his last in 1956.
4. True or False Offaly is called the Faithful County
5. Who was Offaly Senior Hurling Captain in the Centenary Final in 1984.
GAMES
Our u13 hurlers had a very good win last Monday when they took on St Oliver’s in a very good game in Clogherane, WELL DONE to all concerned. TEAM   L Lannen, K Crotty, J Ducey, S Galvin,G Mc Govern, M Coles, E O Callaghan, M Loftus, G Christopher, K Healy, R Wall, T Geary, B Curran, F Nagle, S Cullinan, D Healy, E Burke, J Maye, K Collins. Last week we welcomed Abbeyside for the first round of the Minor Hurling Championship and with a big crowd in Clogherane with supporters from both clubs expecting a ding dong battle to the final whistle. However this was not the case and a 14 man Abbeyside team were on top for most of the game with a very poor display by our minors, however we have plenty of time to put things right with 5 more round of the championship, put the shoulder to the wheel lads.
FIXTURES
Peil Sóisearach
Cill Gobnait v Dún Garbhán
Dáta: Sunday 30th July
Ionad: Dungarvan Club Grounds
AM: 11.30am
Réiteoir: TBC

July 3rd Dungarvan Gaa Notes

GAMES
Our much maligned Intermediate Footballers who are criticised from all non supporting members of the club had a great win in Toorin against The Geraldine’s on Friday night last, with a score line of 2  16 to 2    9, well done to all concerned. On Saturday last we welcomed our near neighbours Abbeyside to Clogherane for the latest round of the u15 championship and after a good performance in the first half we just came up short in the end of what was a very good game, however during the week our u16 team travelled to Tallow to take on Cois Brid in the first round of the championship, for those of you that do not know playing Cois Brid in Tallow is as hard as going to Thomond Park to take on Munster, so our boys were up against it but they dug deep and against all the odds they   away with a 4 pt. win. TEAM C Flynn, S Dalton, E Fraher, M Power, T Murray, J Burke, M Mc Garry, O Morrissey, W O Donnell, C  Coward, T Loftus, J Shaw, A Shanahan, M Mc Donagh, S Mc Grath, J O Callaghan, P Walsh, C Keoghan, R O Dwyer. Special mention to our backs who were all hero’s on the night. Well done also to our u13s who gave a heroic display in Ballduff, we had a man sent off, so we were under the cosh for a lot of the game but we stood tall and came away with a 2 pt. win TEAM, L Lannen, K Crotty, J Ducey, S Galvin,G Mc Govern, M Coles, E O Callaghan, M Loftus, G Christopher, K Healy, R Wall, T Geary, B Curran, F Nagle, S Cullinan, D Healy, E Burke, J Maye, K Collins. Last Monday we travelled to Cappoquin with a very understrength team and lost to a strong Cappoquin Team. Well done to our senior hurlers who had a very good win against Roanmore in the Sargent Cup last Tuesday week.
ACADAMY
Dungarvan  GAA Club training Academy for boys and girls aged 5/10 years – Football, Hurling 
Saturday mornings – 11am to 12:00 and Tuesdays from 18:15 to19:15pm for the youngest groups. 10am-12pm for the older groups.
Parents and guardians of the children are fundamental to the successful running of the Academy.  Each year we invite parents to volunteer to become coaches/helpers in the Academy.
No previous experience is required as the club provides resources, training courses and support through its  (Games Promotions Officer)
All the Coaches and Kids have been very busy with the past few weeks with training and games and now are supporting ‘Games on the Green’ . The purpose of this project is to bring the club to the housing estates in Dungarvan  to meet all the kids and parents and have some fun.
Last week we travelled  to  Leacan Fionn where we had some great fun with the Kids and particilaity the Parents as they were put through the paces by the Kids. Thanks again for all the parents who were brave enough to get involved .
HELMETS
As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.
LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Paddy Foleys Bar, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 3, 14, 20 AND 27. No Winner, next weeks Jackpot is 4900E. NO WINNER of MATCH 3,Next weeks Prize is 200E.
HOULI LONG PUCK
 
ENTRIES POUR IN FOR THE HOOLI LONG PUCK ON JULY 8th
Following the success of last year’s inaugural long puck organised by the Houihan family and friends in which over £13,000 was raised for the Kevin Bell Repatriation Fund, preparations for this year’s event at the Dungarvan GAA grounds on Saturday July 8th are well under way. Entries have already matched last year’s figures and the organisers are working diligently to stage this year’s ‘PUCK’ which will again be based around a family occasion. The day commemorates the life of David Houlihan who died in Thailand in 2015 and who was repatriated with the help of the Kevin Bell Repatriation fund and thoughts throughout the day are also very much with David’s clubmate Trevor Crotty who died in a road accident in 2016.
Patron of the event Rev. Fr. Ned Hassett will open the day’s events with mass in the club stand at 9am, following which the tree planted in honour of David and Trevor will be blessed. The Juveniles will get the long puck under way followed by the adult section over the same course as last year but starting and finishing at different points adjacent to the memorial tree. Throughout the day, food will be served and activities will cater for one and all in what is sure to be a very worthwhile event to attend.
Last year the auction and raffle on the Saturday night was an outstanding success and this year’s gathering will be staged in the Park Hotel with Gavin Whelan of WLRFM as compeer and Studio 80, the Duggan brothers providing the music.
The organising committee appreciates the sponsorship of local businesses, donations to the auction and everybody who is putting their shoulder to the wheel to make this year’s event another community based success.
 
QUIZ ANSWERS
1, How many times have Armagh won the Sam Maguire Cup. ONCE 2002
2. Cavan were the first Ulster County to win Sam Maguire, who were the second. DOWN IN 1960
3.Between club and county how many Senior All Ireland Medals has Colm Cooper won. 5
4. In what year did Tyrone win their first All Ireland Senior Football Championship. 2003
5. Which county is known as The Banner. CLARE
QUIZ
1. Where is All Ireland Poc Fada played.
2. How many times have Waterford played Cork in All Ireland Hurling Championship during the 3rd Millennium.
3. Over the 20 Championship seasons 1997-2016 inclusive, how many All Ireland Hurling Semi-finals have Waterford played.
4. What Insurance Company sponsor Cork Senior Hurlers.
5. Waterford’s most comfortable win over Cork in the Hurling Championship was recorded on July 10th 1938, what was the score.
Open Air Movie Night
What a sight to behold on a sunny Saturday evening ! Families enjoying the evening sunshine, children playing…, the smell of popcorn and sausages on the BBQ .  A huge thank you to everyone to came to Clogherane on Saturday  – and for the first time visitors to our club we hope it won’t be your last ! To all our volunteers  –  thank you also for being present on the night and we could not have done it without our sponsors so please remember them when doing business in Dungarvan  . However, despite all our best efforts  some things were outside of our control and some Gremlins affected the screening, as a result things ran much later than we had expected. – maybe we should have shown that film instead! All in all though it was a very enjoyable evening and raised much needed funds for the club which we hope will benefit many as we look to the future.
LADIES FOOTBALL
Player of the Week:

This week’s player of the week is Leah McLaughlin. Leah is on our U8 team, and is also one of our newest players. She is always eager to train and practice, and get a on really well with her team mates. Leah is a eel deserving player of the week, showing great team commitment and improving football skills with each passing week. Well Done Leah, keep up the good work!
U12 Match:
Last Thursday our U12 girls played their second championship game against Comeragh Rangers in Rathgormac. It was a close game throughout, and both teams showed great perseverance. However we were unfortunate to lose out in the end.
Change of training day:
U8, U10 and U12 training will now be on every Thursday, starting at 7pm. New faces are always welcome.

July 11th Dungarvan Gaa Notes

ACADAMY
Dungarvan  GAA Club training Academy for boys and girls aged 5/10 years – Football, Hurling 
Saturday mornings – 11am to 12:00 and Tuesdays from 18:15 to19:15pm for the youngest groups. 10am-12pm for the older groups.
Parents and guardians of the children are fundamental to the successful running of the Academy.  Each year we invite parents to volunteer to become coaches/helpers in the Academy.
No previous experience is required as the club provides resources, training courses and support through its  (Games Promotions Officer)
All the Coaches and Kids have been very busy with the past few weeks with training and games and now are supporting ‘Games on the Green’ . The purpose of this project is to bring the club to the housing estates in Dungarvan  to meet all the kids and parents and have some fun.
Last week we travelled  to  Leacan Fionn where we had some great fun with the Kids and particilaity the Parents as they were put through the paces by the Kids. Thanks again for all the parents who were brave enough to get involved .
HELMETS
As we all know by now, helmets that are tampered in any way will not be covered by insurance if they receive a facial injury.
LOTTO
The club Lotto can now be bought online and also at the following outlets, The Country Store, Hallahans Chemists, Paddy Foleys Bar, Queallys Bar, John Walsh’s Spar, Johnny Lynch’s Fruit and Veg and Graham Nagles Golf Shop. This weeks LOTTO NUMBERS are 4,8,14 and 24.NO WINNER, Next weeks JACKPOT is €5000. One winner of MATCH 3 Peter Ferncombe €200, next weeks prize is €100.
QUIZ ANSWERS
1. Where is All Ireland Poc Fada played. COOLEY MTS
2. How many times have Waterford played Cork in All Ireland Hurling Championship during the 3rd Millennium. 16 TIMES
3. Over the 20 Championship seasons 1997-2016 inclusive, how many All Ireland Hurling Semi-finals have Waterford played. 11
4. What Insurance Company sponsor Cork Senior Hurlers. CHILL
5. Waterford’s most comfortable win over Cork in the Hurling Championship was recorded on July 10th 1938, what was the score. 5   2 TO 1    3
QUIZ
1. Who was Waterford first hurling All Star.
2. Who was Clare’s first Hurling All Star.
3. Name Cavan’s first Football All Star
4. Name Derry’s first Football All Star.
5. How many All Stars did Down win in 1994.
DEISE DRAW
The latest draw will be held on Wednesday night (tonight) in Stradbally GAA Grounds. The Deise Draw is a Major source of finance for the club and we ask all members to join the DRAW. Tickets can be got from Catherine Lyons.
MINOR FOOTBALL
Now that the dust has settled on what could be called a successful minor football  season even though we were stopped at semi-final we can look back and congratulate the management of Declan Kiely, John Paul Keoghan and Kevin Daly plus the players who gave their all in what was great display of heart and physicality during the Championship. Well done to all concerned. Last Sunday our minors travelled to Mulinahone to take on the local team in a Minor Hurling Challenge and came away with a good win with the score line of 2    19 to   1     12. Also our u 16 team had a good win over  Cappoquin on Sunday in Clogherane well done to all concerned. PANEL  C Flynn, S Dalton, E Fraher, M Power, T Murray, J Burke, M Mc Garry, O Morrissey, W O Donnell, C  Coward, T Loftus, J Shaw, A Shanahan, M Mc Donagh, S Mc Grath, J O Callaghan, P Walsh, C Keoghan, R O Dwyer.
JUNIOR HURLING
The next game for our Juniors is on Friday 14th of July at 7.30 in Colligan v Four Mile Water, we ask all our club members to support all our teams.
PREDICTION CONTEST
As the Munster Championships have now ended you would imagine that all the hurling experts that we have in the club surely someone would predict that Cork would win the Munster Hurling Final, someone, nobody did, Out of 100 people nobody came up with the Rebel Hurlers, well done to all concerned, as for Kerry well 96 people had the Kingdom on top in the Football. Next week we will be able to give the top 5 in the contest.
CUL CAMP
I have been asked by Niamh Harty to mention that this years Cul Camp will run from the 24th of July to the 28th. This is an ideal chance for children to have a week of specialised training in both hurling and Football and also have great fun with all their friends.
NOTICE
As I mentioned above we travelled to Mulinahone on Sunday last to support our Minor Hurlers  and I saw this sign which is a reminder to all who support our Juvenile Teams.

Fixtures & Results

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FIXTURES :

133RD ANNUAL AGM IN CLUBHOUSE ON SUNDAY DECEMBER 16TH AT 4PM.

 

RESULTS

SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

SATURDAY MARCH 31st ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 3-20 TALLOW 2-13

THURSDAY APRIL 5th ROUND 2 : FOURMILEWATER 0-14 DUNGARVAN 0-13.

FRIDAY JUNE 29TH ROUND 3 : DUNGARVAN 0-13 DE LA SALLE 1-10.

SUNDAY AUGUST 12TH : KNOCKOUT : DUNGARVAN 2-23 LISMORE 2-10 (AET).

SUNDAY AUGUST 26TH : QUARTER FINAL : PASSAGE 5-18 DUNGARVAN 0-15.

SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE

MONDAY MARCH 19th ROUND 1 : RONMORE 0-14 DUNGARVAN 0-13.

SATURDAY MARCH 24th ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 2-18 BALLYDUFF UPPER 0-21.

SUNDAY MAY 6TH ROUND 3 : LISMORE 2-22 DUNGARVAN 1-17.

JOHN A MURPHY SENIOR HURLING CUP FINAL :

DUNGARVAN 2-20 ST ANNE’S WEXFORD 4-12.

SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

SATURDAY APRIL 14th ROUND 1 : PORTLAW 0-9 DUNGARVAN 0-6

SATURDAY APRIL 21st ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 2-18 ARDMORE 2-10.

SATURDAY JULY14TH ROUND 3 : STRADBALLY 3-12 DUNGARVAN 2-11

FRIDAY JULY 27TH : KNOCK OUT : CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 0-20 DUNGARVAN 0-18 (A.E.T.).

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9TH :  BRICKEYS 3-9 DUNGARVAN 0-15

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH : RELEGATION FINAL : ARDMORE 2-14 DUNGARVAN 1-6.

SENIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

FRIDAY MARCH 9th : ROUND 1 :CLASHMORE/ KINSALEBEG 1-11 DUNGARVAN 0-8

SATURDAY APRIL 21ST : ROUND 2  DUNGARVAN 2-18 ARDMORE 2-10

SUNDAY MAY 20TH : ROUND 3 : RATHGORMACK 2-12 DUNGARVAN 0-11

WEDNESDAY MAY 30TH : ROUND 4 : KILROSSANTY 3-10 DUNGRVAN 1-15.

JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

FRIDAY APRIL 13th ROUND 1 : STRADBALLY 4-9 DUNGARVAN 2-7

WEDNESDAY MAY 16TH ; BILL HURLEY JUNIOR FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT :CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 3-12 DUNGARVAN 3-10.

FRIDAY MAY 18TH ROUND 2 : GAULTIER 6-15 DUNGARVAN  1-12

Friday May 25th : Round 3 : Ballinameela 4-6 Dungarvan 1-9.

FRIDAY JUNE 1ST  : ROUND 4 : KILROSSANTY 6-8 DUNGARVAN 3-12

FRIDAY JUNE 15TH : KNOCKOUT GAME : DUNGARVAN 1-12 CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 0-13.

SUNDAY JULY 15TH : QUARTER FINAL : WALKOVER TO GAULTIER.

JUNIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

SATURDAY APRIL 28th  ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 2-11 LISMORE 1-6.

MONDAY JUNE 4TH. ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 2-16 FOURMILEWATER 1-14.

FRIDAY JUNE 8TH ROUND 3 : DUNGARVAN 2-23 TALLOW 1-14.

FRIDAY JUNE 22ND : ROUND 4 : DUNGARVAN 3-22 BALLYDUFF 2-14.

FRIDAY AUGUST 10TH : Western Final : DUNGARVAN 0-15 FOURMILEWATER 0-12

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24TH: COUNTY FINAL : DUNGARVAN 2-7 KILMACTHOMAS 0-13.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 8TH : COUNTY FINAL REPLAY : KILMACTHOMAS 1-10 DUNGARVAN 1-5.

JUNIOR HURLING TOURNAMENT

JOHN McLOUGHLIN CUP SUNDAY APRIL 22nd. CLONEA 5-15 DUNGARVAN 3-18

SATURDAY APRIL 28TH  ROUND 1 :

UNDER21 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

SUNDAY MARCH 11th ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 2-8 ST. OLIVERS 2-7.

SUNDAY MARCH 25th  WESTERN SEMI FINAL : AN GHAELTACHT 6-4 DUNGARVAN 0-2.

UNDER 21 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP :

FRIDAY AUGUST 3RD :  WALK OVER TO ST. CARTHAGES.

MINOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

SUNDAY MARCH 25TH : COIS BHRIDE 4-12 DUNGARVAN 0-1.

TUESDAY MAY 1ST : ST OLIVERS 11-15 DUNGARVAN 3-2

FRIDAY MAY 4TH : BRICKEY RANGERS 1-16 DUNGARVAN 1-4.

MINOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

TUESDAY JULY 3RD : ROUND 1 : DUNGARVAN 4-15 FOURMILEWATER 1-11.

WEDNESDAY JULY 18TH : ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 4-17 Cappoquin 2-14.

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1ST  ; KILROSSANTY 6-11 DUNGARVAN 3-10.

TUESDAY AUGUST 14TH : DUNGARVAN 4-20 CLASHMORE/ KINSALEBEG 0-15.

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29TH : BALLYDUFF UPPER 8-15  DUNGARVAN 5-13.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH  : ARDMORE 8-15 DUNGARVAN 5-12.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND : KNOCKOUT ; ERINS OWN 3-17 DUNGARVAN 1-14.

JUVENILE RESULTS

UNDER 16 FOOTBALL

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 25th : DUNGARVAN 6-7 STRADBALLY 0-1

SUNDAY MARCH 11th : ST. PATS 4-16 DUNGARVAN 2-1.

FRIDAY APRIL 20th : DUNGARVAN 1-5 CLAN NA GAEL 1-2

MONDAY APRIL 30TH : BRICKEYS 4-14 DUNGARVAN 3-2

WEDNESDAY MAY 2ND : DE LA SALLE 3-4 DUNGARVAN 1-7

UNDER 16 HURLING :

ROUND 1 JUNE 25TH : DUNGARVAN 3-18 PORTLAW 0-6.

Round 2 JULY 23RD : DUNGARVAN 3-11 DE LAS SALLE 2-12

Round 3 AUGUST 8TH : CLAN NA GAEL 7-8 DUNGARVAN 3-4.

ROUND 4 AUGUST 17TH : TRAMORE 5-13 DUNGARVAN 4-9.

PLAY -OFF SEPTEMBER 5TH : DUNGARVAN 2-11 FOURMILEWATER 0-14.

QUARTER FINAL SEPTEMBER 14TH : NAOMH BRID 2-24 DUNGARVAN 1-7.

UNDER14 FOOTBALL

THURSDAY MARCH 8TH : DUNGARVAN 2-15 ARDMORE 1-5

MONDAY APRIL 9th  : DUNGARVAN 5-5 AFFANE 4-4

MONDAY MAY 14TH : WESTERN SEMI FINAL : DUNGARVAN 7-11 AFFANE 2-3

SATURDAY MAY 26TH : WESTERN FINAL DUNGARVAN 3-6 ST. OLIVERS 2-2.

SATURDAY JUNE 16TH : COUNTY FINAL : ST. SAVIOURS  3-6 DUNGARVAN3-3.

UNDER 14 HURLING :

MONDAY JUNE 18TH : DUNGARVAN 0-9 TRAMORE 1-5.

TUESDAY JUNE 26TH  : COIS BHRIDE 2-10 DUGARVAN 1-8.

MONDAY JULY 30TH : CONCEDED TO PASSAGE

MONDAY AUGUST 13TH ; ROANMORE 1-7 DUNGARVAN 1-4

MONDAY AUGUST 27TH : PLAY OFF : ST. PATS 5-13 DUNGARVAN  2-12.

UNDER 12 HURLING

FRIDAY APRIL 27th : ST. OLIVERS 3-4 DUNGARVAN 1-4

FRIDAY MAY 11TH : DUNGARVAN 5-6 CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG 0-1.

WEDNESDAY JUNE 6TH : DUNGARVAN 6-3 ST. PATS 3-3.

FRIDAY MAY 22ND : DUNGARVAN 1-2 ABBEYSIDE 1-1.

UNDER 12 FOOTBALL

FRIDAY AUGUST 3RD : WALKOVER TO CLASHMORE/KINSALEBEG.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28TH : DUNGARVAN 1-2 AFRFANE 1-1.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 4TH : DUNGARVAN 1-6 ST. CARTHAGES 2-3.

UNDER 11 HURLING

FRIDAY APRIL 6TH ROUND 1 : COIS BHRIDE 3-3 DUNGARVAN 1-3.

FRIDAY APRIL 20TH ROUND 2 : DUNGARVAN 1-2 ABBEYSIDE 1-1.

Friday may 4th ROUND 3 : DUNGARVAN 5-3 BALLYDUFF UPPER 3-0.

FRIDAY JUNE 1ST : ROUNDN4 : DUNGARVAN 4-7 CAPPOQUIN 4-1.

WEDNESDAY JULY 4TH : ROUND 5 : DUNGARVAN 3-3 ST. CARTHAGES 2-3.

UNDER 11 FOOTBALL :

FRIDAY JULY 20TH  : COIS BHRIDE 1-2 DUNGARVAN 1-1.

FRIDAY JULY 27TH : BRICKEYS 1-2 DUNGARVAN 1-1.

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH : DUNGARVAN 7-5 BALLYDUFF UPPER 4-3.

 

 

 

 

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