The game will kick off at 3pm at the Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby.This is Hekari’s 11th grand final match while Dwellers have done very well to reach the grand final stage in their first two seasons.Dwellers team manager Peter Sesk said the Lae side is preparing well for this game.“As minor premiers Hekari proved their worth and we as defending champions we are ready to play as champions and defend the title,” said Sesk.Hekari team manager Vonnie Kappinato praised Dwellers for playing very well throughout the season.She encouraged Dwellers to keep their heads up for this grand final and also the OFC Champions League starting in April at New Zealand where both teams will participate.“Hekari players are looking forward to the game and we know it will be very tough as Dwellers have a lot of good players so we will not take this game lightly,” she said.With a few injuries, Kappinato said it will not be easy but the team is ready for that both mentally and physically.She added that only the team that works hard, is disciplined and patient on the field will win the grand final.The game will be telecast live on EMTV with gates to open at 12pm and close at 4pm.Tickets are being sold at Telikom outlets at Boroko, Vision City and Telikom Rumana. They are selling at K10 for outer stand, K20 for outer grandstand and K50 for main grandstand.
Remained unbeaten Jamaica also dominated the 1500m winning three out of four. Cemore Donald remained unbeaten this season after capturing the Under-18 girls’ event. The Edwin Allen High student won in 4:42.50 ahead of teammate Britnie Dixon. Ashani Robb won the girls’ Under-20 1500m in 4:39.20 while defending champion Shevon Parkes won the Under-20 boys’ event in 3:56.72. Earlier in the morning session, Hydel High’s Shian Salmon pocketed Jamaica’s first gold medal of the meet. Salmon, the defending champion in the Under-18 high jump, cleared a season’s best 1.82 metres to win the event. Teammate Lamara Distin picked up silver with a best of 1.77m. Bermuda’s Sakari Famous, also 1.77m, was third. Jamaica’s other medal in the morning session came from Akio Jones, who captured bronze after finishing third in the girls’ Under-18 shot put with a heave of 13.87m. Jamaica should also win several medals today as 19 finals, 10 on the track and nine in the field, will be contested. Track events include the 4×100 metres in both age groups. ST GEORGE’S, Grenada: DEFENDING 400 metres champions Christopher Taylor and Akeem Bloomfield retained their titles in fine style as Jamaica picked up 18 medals – eight gold, 7 silver, and three bronze – on yesterday’s opening day of the 45th Carifta Games in St George’s, Grenada. Taylor, the record holder in the Under-18 boys’ one-lap event, was not tested as he won in 47.36 seconds away from Antoni Hoya Small of Barbados, 48.23. Third went to Onal Mitchell of Trinidad and Tobago in 48.72. ” I just came out and did what I had to do to win the event,” said Taylor. Bloomfield ran a relaxed race throughout to take the Under-20 title, just doing enough to win in a season’s best 46.02. Jamal Walton of the Cayman Islands was second in 46.23, with bronze going to Kinard Rolle of The Bahamas in 46.88. “I just came out to win and defend my title as I want to finish competing here, so I can focus on the Penn Relays and World Junior Championships,” Bloomfield said after his victory. Stacey Williams had earlier captured gold in the Under-18 girls 400 m in 54.00, getting the better of Amanda Crawford of Grenada, 54.16, with Britni Fountain of The Bahamas taking third in 54.68. Jamaica’s Sanique Walker, the silver medallist a year ago, was fourth in 55.25. Sada Williams of Barbados prevented a Jamaican sweep of the 400m as she raced to a personal best 52.07 to capture the Under-20 girls’ event. Shaquina Dorset of The Bahamas was second in 52.59 while Jamaica’s Tiffany James took third in 52.70 ahead of her teammate Semoy Hemmings, fourth in 53.89.
San Miguel pulled away in the third quarter and dismantled Barangay Ginebra, 132-94, for a pivotal 2-1 series lead in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup finals Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.ADVERTISEMENT Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil LATEST STORIES Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Reigning four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo also broke the 20-point barrier with 22 points and 15 rebounds.Christian Standhardinger has 12 points and eight rebounds off the bench while Marcio Lassiter played distributor with 12 points and nine assists.Justin Brownlee carried Ginebra with 32 points and 11 boards.The Beermen can move closer to another title with a win on Game 4 on Friday.RELATED VIDEOS Peza offers relief to ecozone firms Football Federation Australia unhappy at FIFA-backed report Austria’s instructions seemed to have unleashed the Beermen’s hidden monster as they tied the league record for the largest win in the finals, a record that once solely belonged to Alaska when it beat San Miguel 99-61 in Game 6 of the 1998 Philippine Cup.“I told them ‘no let up on offense’ and that’s what happened,” said Austria. “This win, though it is a blowout, this is just one win and there’s a long way to go.”Austria, nonetheless, is surprised with the outcome.“This is a championship game and we’re expecting a close fight, but I have to give credit to my players and I can see that they really want to win.”Renaldo Balkman led San Miguel with 28 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, two steals, and three blocks while Chris Ross, bloodied forehead and all, inspired the Beermen with 23 points, on 7-of-13 shooting from deep, seven rebounds, five assists, and four steals.ADVERTISEMENT Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs The Beermen have tasted some momentum after getting stunned by the Gin Kings in the opening game, winning their last two games by an average of 31.5 points.From a close 53-51 lead at the half, San Miguel pummeled Ginebra with a 39-21 barrage and jumped to a 92-72 advantage heading into the fourth.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’But the Beermen were not done yet. They opened the fourth quarter with a 15-5 run capped off by Alex Cabagnot’s jumper to push the lead to 107-77 with 7:17 left in the game.San Miguel head coach Leo Austria gave his team just one instruction when they started to build up steam, and that was to continue their offensive barrage against the downtrodden Gin Kings. ‘Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance PLAY LIST 01:30’Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance03:30PH’s Rogen Ladon boxing flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)03:34PH’s Carlo Paalam boxing light flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
MOST READ Liverpool reacted by saying the 29-year-old Sturridge has “stated categorically that he has never gambled on football.”“Daniel has given his full and unequivocal cooperation throughout this process,” Liverpool said in a statement, “and has assured the club he will continue to do so.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissIn April last year, Premier League player Joey Barton was banned for 18 months for placing more than a thousand bets on football over an 11-year period, including games he played in.The FA said Sturridge is alleged to have breached two rules. The first relates to bets on matches or any other football matter, and the second involves providing information about football from his privileged position to another person for the purposes of betting. Sturridge has until Nov. 20 to respond to the charge.The former Manchester City and Chelsea striker has played 26 times for England, the most recent appearance coming in October 2017. He is back in favor at Liverpool, and has scored four goals as the back-up striker to Roberto Firmino this season.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge in dejection after Red Star scored a goal during the Champions League group C soccer match between Red Star and Liverpool at the Rajko Mitic stadium in Belgrade, Serbia, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)LONDON — Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could be facing a ban from football after being charged on Monday with breaching rules on betting.England’s Football Association said the alleged breaches took place in January 2018, when Sturridge was on loan from Liverpool at West Bromwich Albion.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments LATEST STORIES Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. It’s done: Jimmy Butler trade to Philadelphia completed Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew
Cow milking, calf and sheep roping, bareback bronco (horse riding), and bull riding were just a few of the activities to which thousands of local and overseas patrons were treated at the 2018 Rupununi Ranchers’ Rodeo on Saturday at Lethem Town in Region Nine, Upper Takutu/Upper Essequibo.The Easter weekend event, held under the theme “Young Ranchers-Into the Future”, saw cowboys and girls dressed as vaqueros entertaining the crowd with dances and bullwhip cracking.Scenes from the annual Rupununi Ranchers’ RodeoPresent were Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, along with the Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Sydney Allicock, and Minister of Business, Dominic Gaskin. Regional Chairman Brian Allicock and newly elected Mayor of Lethem, Kerry Jarvis, and members of the diplomatic corps were also in attendance.During his feature address at the opening ceremony, held at the Rupununi Ranchers’ Rodeo (RRR) ground, Minister Allicock spoke of the importance ofMinister of State, Joseph Harmon, sitting astride a horse; and Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Sydney Allicock, holding the reins, share a light momentpromoting such an annual event — which brings together not only the people from across the regions, but also persons from across the world, such as the United Kingdom (UK), United States (US), Canada and neighbouring Brazil and Venezuela.Minister Allicock said it is no coincidence that the event is held during Easter, an important festival in the Christian calendar that speaks of faith, resurrection and the promise of eternal life.“It tells us that in order for us to succeed in life, we sometimes have to roll away the stone that locks us away. Once that is done, we can use this opportunity to rise up with new vigour and purpose with the full extent of our dreams, realise our goals, and attain self-actualization,” she advised.The minister also noted that planning is crucial to moving the region forward. “As we celebrate this Easter, and more particularly this rodeo, we must reflect on our achievements and shortcomings as a region, and also look to the future through new, far-reaching lenses… The President often reminds us that this region is bigger than Costa Rica…We need to have discussions, planning, and by knowing exactly what is needed to move the region forward.”Minister Allicock reminded of the huge potential the region possesses. He urged those gathered to utilise the resources without destroying the environment, to generate income, and create employment.“Lethem is also the gateway to South America; soon we will have a new international airport that will serve as a regional hub. We also have the trail that will be developed into a road. This will open opportunities for more industries… We, as a Government, must equip our young people with the necessary skills for these anticipated developments.” He said the Green Enterprise Development Centre at Bina Hill will assist in that regard.
0Shares0000Playing on a dusty ground, Abdiwali broke the deadlock in the 32nd minute before doubling the lead on the 59th minute while Mohamed Kahin sealed the win in the 70th minute to book a final.GARISSA, Kenya, Jan 6 – Isaack Abdiwali was the star of the day after scoring two goals to inspire home based team Ifpo from Garissa County thrash Jack Boys from Dadaab 3-0 in the first-semi final of the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom North Eastern Finals played at the Garissa University on Saturday.Playing on a dusty ground, Abdiwali broke the deadlock in the 32nd minute before doubling the lead in the 59th minute while Mohamed Kahin sealed the win in the 70th minute to book a final. Ifpo dominated the match with Aden Mohammed being lethal on the wings but he did not manage to break through the solid defence of Jack Boys.Kahin gave Jack Boys goal keeper Mohamed Ibrahim the first task with a well taken set-piece that he forced him to parry the ball before his defender cleared the danger.Jamia FC from Mandera and Ifpro from Garissa, Al-Hayat from Wajir and Jack Boys from Dadaab.In the 25th minute, Abdiwali thought he had found the opener when he tapped home a fine cross from Kahin, only for the referee to rule the goal offside.However, Abdiwali made the amends on the half hour mark after slicing the ball on the far left corner to finally break the deadlock and send the home crowd into frenzy.The second half started on a high with Ifpo missing free-kick at the edge of the box. On the other end, Jack Boys blazed over a set-piece from 25 yards from Imam Issa.The home team found the second goal after the Jack Boys defence went to sleep. Abdiwali landed a measured pass from the midfield to leave one defender for dead before placing the ball on the right far post with only the keeper to beat to complete his brace.Ifpo team celebratingAbdiwali could have bagged a hat-trick but he missed to covert a cross from the right, however in the 70th minute midfielder Kahin who was instrumental in creating chances for Ipfo was on target after slamming the ball between the keeper’s legs for the winner.He had received the pass from Guhad Abdirahaman.Ifpo will meet the winner of Jamia FC from Mandera and Al-Hayat from Wajir who battle it out in the second semi-final.The final will take place on Sunday.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission is scheduled to meet behind closed doors today to discuss USC’s latest proposal to lease the 84-year-old stadium. The university presented the proposal Monday, offering to keep playing football at the Coliseum, but only if the commission committed to make repairs at the stadium. Under the USC proposal, the university would take over operation of the stadium and make the upgrades itself if the commission failed to raise money for them. Todd Dickey, USC’s senior vice president and general counsel, wrote in a letter to commission General Manger Pat Lynch that the commission’s most recent offer — submitted Thursday — was an improvement over previous plans, but offered “no firm commitment on the part of the commission to repair and restore the Coliseum within any given time period.” USC’s lease to play its football games at the Coliseum ended with its Dec. 1 game against UCLA. Negotiations for a long-term lease were proceeding well until early October, when the commission notified USC it would need to raise rent by 10 percent — $108,000 a year — to cover costs handed down by the state, according to the Daily News. An impasse ensued, prompting USC to begin negotiations with Pasadena’s Rose Bowl for a one-year lease, beginning with the 2008 season, with an option for a second. Rose Bowl operators unanimously agreed Dec. 6 to delay making an agreement with USC, citing the need for UCLA, which has used the Rose Bowl as its home football stadium since 1982, to comment on a possible contract. USC has played at the Coliseum since 1923, the year the stadium opened. The commission is seeking to form a partnership with USC in selling naming rights to the stadium to pay for much of its renovation. CNS-12-19-2007 04:03160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champ“Instead, your proposal appears to ask USC to commit to a long-term lease and to rely on the commission’s ability to raise sufficient funds through naming rights and sponsorship programs in the hope that the commission will be able to make the necessary repairs to the Coliseum someday,” Dickey wrote. “Should you not be able to raise such funds, USC would be left to languish in an ever-deteriorating facility rather than the state-of-the-art college football facility USC envisions and to which the Southern California community is entitled.” Dickey said in the proposal that if the commission wants to maintain control over the facility, it must commit to making stadium upgrades “over a very definitive time period.” The counterproposal sent to the commission gives the panel “the first opportunity to try to raise the funds and do the improvements itself, but if it cannot succeed, then the lease reverts to a master lease to USC and requires USC to raise the funds and do the necessary repairs,” Dickey wrote. “This proposal ensures that either way the community gets an improved Coliseum.”
To celebrate Kernan’s new partnership with Top Oil, and their ongoing relationship with the BWG Group (Eurospar, Spar, and XL), Kernan’s are giving away an incredible prize.Kernan’s are giving one lucky customer the opportunity to win a luxurious all-inclusive cruise for two – or an alternative holiday voucher worth €2,000! All you have to do is spend €20 or more to enter the draw in any of the following Kernan’s stores; Kernan’s Eurospar and Diner Newtowncunningham, Kernan’s Spar Ramelton, Kernan’s Spar Newmills, Kernan’s Spar Supermarket Ballyshannon, and Kernan’s XL and Diner Drumkeen.Sales from all forecourts, diners, and shops are included!The lucky winner will be drawn on Thursday the 13th of April from Kernan’s Spar Ramelton. This fantastic prize is being awarded in association with Atlantic Travel Letterkenny.Over the past few weeks, Kernan’s have completely revamped the forecourts of their Ramelton and Newtowncunningham sites, bringing Kernan’s and Top Oil’s partnership to four sites in Donegal, joining their existing sites at Drumkeen and Newmills! Good luck everyone!Spend €20 at Kernan’s and be in with a chance of winning a luxury cruise! was last modified: February 21st, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Atlantic Travel LetterkennycompetitioncruiseKERNANSTravel
Great day for the Outdoors today across Donegal. Picture by Annemarie McGowanIT’S the weather we’d loved to have had in August – but we won’t complain after forecasters said Donegal will have another glorious week of warm, dry and often sunny weather.In fact West is Best over the next week, says Met Eireann.Over the coming week, high pressure will continue to dominate the weather over Ireland and it will continue mainly dry and settled, said the forecaster. Sunday night will be dry with mist and fog developing in many areas overnight. Lowest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees.Said a spokesman: “From Monday to Friday inclusive, the weather will continue mainly dry with just the risk of a few isolated showers at times. The days will start off with patches of mist and fog in many areas.“These will clear and bright or sunny spells will develop. Light to moderate east to southeast breezes will persist and it will be hazy at times. Day time temperatures will range form 17 to 20 degrees on Monday and Tuesday and they’ll range from 18 to 22 degrees on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. It will be coolest along the east coast and warmest in the west.“Mist and fog will form at night and will become dense in some inland areas. Night time temperatures will mostly range from 9 to 13 degrees.” Current indications suggest a greater risk of some rain at times next weekend….Enjoy it whilst it lasts. ANOTHER GLORIOUS WEEK OF WEATHER AHEAD FOR DONEGAL, SAY FORECASTERS was last modified: September 14th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:beachdonegalsunshineweather
“In teaching, you get to pass along what you love to do. Some of those rockers were never given chordal training because there aren’t a lot of chords in rock ‘n’ roll. I’m helping teach them the basics.” Picking up a guitar, she started to scat vocally while her fingers flew over the strings, picking out familiar licks from her days of working with Quincy Jones, Ritchie Valens, Sam Cooke and the Righteous Bros., as well as the clubs of South Los Angeles in the 1950s. “Back before rock ‘n’ roll, there were some hot jazz clubs in L.A. I felt safer on Santa Barbara Avenue than I did in North Hollywood,” she said. “It didn’t matter if you were black or white, if you could play jazz.” She said the Watts riots and peace marches of the 1960s – as well as the advent of surf music and rock ‘n’ roll – changed everything. Clubs closed up and the money trail turned to studio work. “I laid down tracks for Glen Campbell and Leon Russell and all sorts of young kids who were big singers that graduated into stars, but they couldn’t read music well,” she said. “None of us (studio musicians) really wanted to be stars, so the record companies wouldn’t show us, but the money was good. VALENCIA – K.C. Manji, head of the music department at College of the Canyons, can’t believe her luck. On Oct. 28, her childhood idol, legendary bass player Carol Kaye, will play with the college’s symphonic band and jazz ensemble. “The very first bass guitar book I got was one written by her,” Manji said. “She’s my hero. This woman is really a legend in her field. It’s simply an honor to have her perform with us.” Kaye, an upbeat 70-year-old grandmother now, lives in a quiet neighborhood in Newhall but shows no signs of slowing down. She answers an average of 150 e-mails a day from fans and musicians looking for advice or tips on their craft, information she willingly shares. “You have to give when you’re older,” she said. “I’m not slowing down. In fact, I’m speeding up. “They didn’t want to tell the people that there were a few old farts playing the music. All the cute young guys were in front, but we were the ones who cut the hits.” Her resume of bass, electric guitar and jazz hits is too long to fit on one legal-size piece of paper, but such names as Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, The Supremes, Henry Mancini, the Doors, Simon & Garfunkel, the Beach Boys, Mel Torme, Tony Bennett, Stevie Wonder and Barbra Streisand jump off the page. She was the sound of the menacing truck in fledgling filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s “Duel,” just one of the hundreds of movies and TV shows she’s scored, making hers a nameless sound you’ve heard a million times. “If you have listened to the radio or watched TV since 1958, you’ve heard Carol Kaye,” reads her Web site. “A bunch of bad movies were saved by brilliant scores,” she said. “In those days, before synthesizers, we worked with live musicians and had great composers like Lalo Schifrin, John Williams and Billy Goldenberg. It’s just not the same anymore. Now each instrument comes in by themselves and lays down a track and everything’s mixed together.” Raised by musician parents, Kaye was working her craft at the age of 9, playing jazz and bebop guitar. “Jazz didn’t pay the bills, though, but studio work did,” she said. “I worked as a cost accountant, then technical typist during the day and played my music at night.” Married and divorced at an early age, she found herself with three children to raise. Despite an offer to go on the road with George Shearing, she chose to stay in the studio and work from gig to gig, fueled by caffeine and vending machine food, but making a decent living. “Working with the guys was the best thing in the world,” she said. “I grew up poor, but it’s easy for a woman if she has her act together. When you’re good at what you do, sex doesn’t matter.” Her dedication to studio work has left her with a lifetime of memories of working with other musicians that are legends in their own way. She recalls Valens’ silent warmth and the energy of Mel Torme and Joe Cocker. When she was ready to lay down tracks for a new TV show featuring Bill Cosby, she looked at the blank piece of paper composer Quincy Jones laid in front of her. “There’s nothing here, Q – what do you want me to do?” she recalled. “He told me, ‘I want you to play what you feel,’ and that led to the theme everybody knows. I’ll be doing that one at the concert at the college.” These days, she does studio work “once in a blue moon,” choosing to focus on club performances and other live appearances. But she yearns for the day when musicians filled the hall to combine their talents and passions to make a hit. “When you play hungry like we used to do,” she said, “you’re gonna have fantastic music.” For information on Kaye, visit www.carolkaye.com. For tickets to the Oct. 28 performance, call the college box office at (661) 362-5304. 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