Yarmouth area youth scene

BLUNDESTON MAGPIES U12 played at home to St Benet's Wasps B on another windy morning and the Magpies team had only 11 players available. The Magpies opted to play with the wind in the first half, however, few goal-scoring chances were created at either end. The Magpies playing with a back three of Adam, Alex and Syd coped well with the Wasps' attack. The Magpies went closest to scoring when Connell was unable to force the ball over the line in a tussle with the keeper, the ball being squeezed round the post to safety.

In the second half, the Magpies started to dominate the play putting Sam through on the break on numerous occasions. The Magpies finally took the lead when Matthew made a brilliant run down the wing into the box and crossed for Sam to tap the ball into the net at the far post. Sam went close twice before netting the second with a long shot from the right wing into the far corner of the net. Bexley made a good save to keep out the Wasps. Then Sam and Connell went close before the Wasps pulled a goal back with an excellent free-kick over the defensive wall and beyond Bexley's reach into the top corner of the net. Sam quickly restored the two-goal lead after being put clear by James' pass and despite chances at both ends there were no further goals. Final score: Magpies 3, St Benet's Wasps B 1. Joint man-of-the-match was awarded to Sam and Matthew, although everyone deserves credit for playing the whole match with no substitutions.

BLUNDESTON MAGPIES U13 played St Benets Wasps U13. It's difficult to make an assessment of this game, as Magpies made hard work of a fine Wasps side. If you look at clear goal scoring opportunities, it would be fair to say Magpies tally should have been doubled. However, if the whole game is assessed, then the score line flattered Magpies. Blundeston had to reshuffle from the start, with Gibbsy out with a broken foot, but they dominated the first 15 minutes creating a number of chances before captain Cam tucked away the opener. St Benets gained the confidence to up their game and they eventually equalised, as they were unopposed through the centre of the pitch. With 20 minutes remaining, Magpies changed formation and came alive to create the chances to put the game to bed. There were some fine energetic performances from Joe, Ally and Dan, also Stints produced some cultured passing and showed his versatility by playing in three different positions in the match. Final score: St Benets Wasps 1, Blundeston Magpies 4. MoM: Chopper. Goals: Joe (2), Ally (1), Cam (1).

BOHEMIANS U9 played Breydon United at home. The boys all tried their best and played some good attacking football. The game was very even and at times was end-to-end. At half-time it was 0-0. Both teams played some tidy and skilful football, but the boys were unlucky to go one down. Cameron soon got one back with an excellent taken penalty. Unlucky for the boys to loose 3-1. MoM: Billy. Next game: at home to Sole Bay United.

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BOHEMIANS U12 GIRLS played host to Firside Foxes this week in very difficult windy conditions. The game started with a confident Bohs attack, allowing Millie to open the scoring after only four minutes. The conditions made play difficult and the Bohs struggled in midfield to find their game. Firside found their rhythm with strong passing, allowing them to score two goals before half-time. Bohs came on second half with a positive attacking attitude, creating a chance for Demi to score a well executed volley. Bohs then went ahead with a fumble by the Firside keeper dropping for Demi who hammered it home. Bohs kept the pressure up and forced a corner six minutes from time. The ball came to the edge of the box, where Lauren came from defence to slam in a right footed curler in the top corner. Great win for the whole team. Final score: Bohemians 4, Firside 2. PoM goes to Demi.

BOHEMIANS U13 GIRLS played away to Swanton, one of the top rivals of the league. They needed a win to stay fighting for top spot. The game was very strong and tense. With no subs, the girls really had to work extra hard, sorting themselves out when each other were feeling tired and keeping their shapes. Swanton's keeper was on top form and saving a few shots. The girls had to develop their knowledge and look for other ways of scoring. Zoe scored the goal with extra team work from everybody on the pitch. A great game girls, well done to you all. Leanne was player of the match. Next match: away Aylsham.

The Bohemians are looking for girls to join their well established team. If you would like to come to training, then give Emma a call on 07873 304166/01493 650629.

BOHEMIANS U16 GIRLS travelled to Mulbarton and were greeted with a very claggy and leg sapping pitch. The girls revelled in the conditions and gave arguably their best performance of the season, coming away with a 16-1 win. Having a little change around to keep all players fresh, it was Sophie who opened the scoring with a well taken finish. Clieo, who is in devastating form scored two, as did Chloe. Lauren scored with an exquisite finish, Natalie scored with an unstoppable within five minutes of coming on and Chelsea and Chloe completed the first half scoring. Second half they scored one of the goals of the season when a sweeping move from Hollie in GK saw Lauren, after a five pass move, slot home from a precision cross from Chloe. Megan got a fully deserved goal for a solid and committed performance. Natalie and Ellie both got further goals and Chloe completed her hat-trick, with Chelsea also getting her second with one of her unstoppable left foot shots. Clieo completed the scoring with a goal as she beat three players before showing great composure to side foot her finish past the advancing GK. Final mention goes to the defence, who were solid and did a great job of starting many of the attacking opportunities with good vision and passing, particularly Gemma who is a very gifted footballer. Next match: Saturday 10am at Cliff Park High School, meet 9.15am latest.

Bohemians are looking for a couple of new players to play for their next seasons U16 girls team. The majority of this seasons team are playing up a year in the Norfolk Womens and Girls Football League and next season will play at their true age group. If you are currently in Year 9 or 10 and are looking to play for a team which is part of a very well managed club, with all coaches holding the appropriate qualifications, then contact David on either 07545 984411 or 01493 669153. This is a friendly team with emphasis on team spirit and for the last three years they have undertaken numerous tours, both nationally and internationally, with great success and making many new friends.

COBHOLM U10B travelled to Hemsby C in windy conditions and came away with a hard-earned win. Trying a different formation, Cobholm attacked from the start and came close to scoring several times in the opening minutes. A much improved Hemsby side counter-attacked and almost took the lead but were denied by a fine save from Callum in goal. Play switched back to the other end and Cobholm scored the opener after great work from Charlie and Taylor set up Kieran C to score from close range. Two more goals followed from Kieran C and Odin Lockwood and Cobholm went in 3-0 up at half-time.

At the start of the second half, Hemsby pressed, and some good defending from Shaun and Owen and more saves from Callum, kept Cobholm in front. Several good counter-attacks gave Cobholm more chances to increase the lead, but some poor finishing kept the score at 3-0. As the play switched again a header from a Hemsby player looked a certain goal, only for Callum to pull off a brilliant save to turn the ball round the post. More chances for both teams made it a good game to watch and Hemsby finally got on the scoresheet with a thunderous shot from the edge of the area. Final score was 3-1 to Cobholm. Every player on both sides gave a good performance and Cobholm's man-of-the-match this week was Callum Walker for a great performance and great saves. Training on Saturday is at 10am sharp.

FC BRADWELL U11 played away at table topping Shrublands FC at the weekend. With both teams equally matched FC opened the scoring when Sam shot from 20 yards and found the top left-hand corner of the net. Shrublands then created several fine opportunities but Alex blocked and Shaun saved well to keep them at bay. A pattern that was evident throughout the game. With FC under pressure it was a sequence of three corners with wind assistance which breached FC's defence. All three were well delivered and on each occasion eventually found the back of the net which meant FC went into the interval 3-1 down. FC picked themselves up and a cross from Aaron found Lewis to pull one back. Five minutes later Aaron's shot was blocked but Lewis was there for a well taken equaliser. Both the midfields worked hard with FC's being lead by Connor who covered every blade of grass with Henry supporting and Ben linking up throughout. Luis was shoring up the defence as the game flowed from end-to-end. With several minutes to go and after an attack by FC the ball found Matthew in a wide right position who beat the defender and found the bottom left-hand corner of the net to secure a great comeback and victory. Well done to all the boys from both sides for an entertaining game, the officials, supporters from both sides and team sponsor Prajco Premier Store of Bardwell and Church Farm Country Inn. MoM: Lewis Lever, crucial goals.

GREAT YARMOUTH TOWN U11 hosted Waveney A in a top-of-the-table clash. Yarmouth were at full strength with Swanston in goal, the back line of Haylock, Sawyer, Sims and Wright, the midfield of Aizlewood, Wallis, Rodwell, Morrisey, Payne and Jex and the front line of Hunter and Parker. After an even first five or so minutes Yarmouth started to control the game and should have been two goals up in a matter of minutes when Hunter was twice denied with one-on-ones, this was the similar pattern throughout the first half. Eight minutes into the second half a good team move saw Hunter poke Yarmouth in front, again Yarmouth had chances to extend their lead with shots from Aizlewood, Parker and Morrisey all going wide or over the bar. With the points looking to be going to Yarmouth, Waveney shot and sneaked in the near post past the unlucky Swanston. This was the last goal of the match which saw the points shared. A very good team performance by all. Men-of-the-match: T Hunter, M Payne, K Haylock, T Sims. Well done to all players including the subs who were unlucky not to get on great squad commitment.

GORLESTON RANGERS U6 has a couple of spaces available in the Wednesday group 5.30 to 6-30pm in Wroughton Junior School hall, (Burgh Road entrance). No training this Wednesday as the school is closed for half-term. Remaining places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Interested players should be in reception, school year one or two. For more information contact Chris on 01493 601256.

GORLESTON RANGERS U9C were at home last Sunday to Waveney B in the Shield quarter-final. Rangers had Fenn in goal, Keir and Regan in defence with midfield being rotated between Sam, Charlie, Tommy and Callum. Rangers were missing Harry and Sammy this week. The game kicked off and as the team had been warned by the manager Rob Waveney, flew straight out at Rangers with a constant threat of attack. Fenn commanded his area very well, with Keir and Regan superb in defence. The midfield of Sam and Charlie were starting to win balls and a quick break by Rangers caused Waveney to worry, resulting in a free kick six meters from goal. Ethan took the free kick with power and swerve the ball, hit Sam who chested it into the goal, 1-0 Rangers. Rangers started to pass the ball around very well indeed and the defence of Regan and Keir, clearing their lines excellently. A great move from Regan to Charlie, who found Sam, who quickly slotted the ball to Ethan, who created space to cooly smash his shot into the roof of the net 2-0. Rangers were to dominate and with 10 minutes left in the first half, Callum and Tommy came on in midfield, causing more problems for Waveney and both working very hard. Then with Tommy finding Ethan, who found Regan on one of his darting runs, who shot into the bottom corner of the goal, 3-0 Rangers. Second half saw all the Rangers players being rotated fairly throughout game and they passed the ball around, defending superbly. Fenn was called on half way through, making an excellent double save, for Rangers to break, for Ethan to glance the outside of the post. The whole team played terrific football throughout the game and Waveney worked their socks off and were a pleasure to have as visitors. Thank you to both sets of fans for your support. MoM went to Regan, most improved to Charlie. Goal scorers: Sam (1), Ethan (1), Regan (1). Next game is Ipswich Open Cup quarter-final on Sunday, Lynn Grove, against Thetford Independent, 12.30pm kick off.

GORLESTON RANGERS U11 played away against Waveney Youth C on Sunday. The match was fairly even in the first minutes with both teams having shots at goal. Liam had several shots which either saved or hit the woodwork. Waveney got the breakthrough with a long shot and George made many fantastic saves throughout the game. Substitute Josh S came on and within minutes equalised with a great goal. Linnards, William and Muhammed worked very hard and Joe, Callum and Michael were awesome in defence, tackling and pressurising the whole game. Dan scored the next goal with a fantastic lob into the top corner, a goal mouth scramble caused Waveney to concede an own goal and Jack C finished it all off with another. All the boys played brilliantly and worked as a team showing their commitment and determination. Final Score 1-4. Goal scorers Josh S (1), Dan (1), Jack C (1). Man-of-the-match Dan.

GORLESTON RANGERS U13B travelled to division one team Mutford for the last eight of the shield. They knew this would be a hard game as Mutford play in a league above, but they started well and during the first half played some good football and managed to go in at half-time level. Mutford came out stronger in the second half and soon opened the scoring. Shortly after that, Mutford were awarded a penalty, minutes later they scored their third goal. That spell of football allowed them to take control of the game. Rangers were then awarded a penalty which Lee converted. Unfortunately Mutford then responded with another two goals to put the game beyond Rangers. Tom made the score line look a bit healthier in injury time. Final score 5-2. In this game Rangers missed our injured players as the team was not at full strength or able to make the changes they would have liked to. Rangers did try a different formation which looked comfortable for them. Man-of-the-match was Chris who had an outstanding goal-saving tackle in the first half along with a very good match. Next game is at home to Burnt Hill, 10.30am kick-off at Lynn Grove.

GORLESTON RANGERS U14A eventually overcome a resilient Bungay team in the semi-final of the league cup. First half Rangers enjoyed the majority of possession, but with a difficult surface in the middle of the pitch and a slight wind, Rangers could not get into their fluent passing game. Bungay threatened twice in the half, but Rangers defence and midfield worked hard to deny an opening goal for the home team. Rangers created opportunities and with a little more accuracy in front of goal, could have gone in at half-time with the advantage. Second half Rangers had to contend with the long ball over the top, which they dealt with excellently. On the break Rangers played some neat passing moves, couple that with pressurising the Bungay defence, Rangers should have won the game in normal time. Extra time arrived and with Ben George pushed up to right midfield. He made some excellent runs and was rewarded when he lashed home from just inside the 18 yard box. Rangers had to keep their concentration and this they did well. Taylor Jackson's height advantage saw him head home an excellently delivered corner from Cameron Brooks to secure the win and give the visitors a deserved place in the final. MoM: Ben George, who was worked hard first half in defence, then pushed on second half and got the ball rolling with his extra time strike. Well done lads. Excellent attitude and team spirit saw them win a game they never had any doubt they wouldn't. Training Saturday, 10.30am to 12pm on the Rec. Next match: versus Shrublands at Lynn Grove, kick off 10.30am. Meet at ground 10am. Problems call Steve 01493 669241.

Stalham U11 played North Walsham on Sunday. Stalham went 2-0 down but got one back from a penalty (Harry). Sean came on second half and this really made a difference. The half saw an excellent passing display with everyone working as a team. Matthew made it 2-2 and Stalham scored three more (Troy 2, Harry) to make the final score a well deserved 5-2. Stalham could have had a couple more with a missed penalty and hitting the bar. They played fantastic especially second half, their passing was brilliant, the defence worked for each other (Ryan, Chris and Josh), Jake played excellently and Will had a very good game in goal. Their manager is very proud of the whole team (MoM).

GORLESTON RANGERS U8C: The Greens played away at Waveney D on a cold Sunday morning. Josh started in goal and made some good saves. Marcus and Tayler were solid at the back and with Jayden causing the Waveney defence problems the Greens looked strong and well balanced. Harry had a long range effort well saved by their goalkeeper. In the second half Marcus went in goal. Ben was working very hard in the middle and Cam B was his creative self down the flanks. Cam A enjoyed his role at the back. The club would like to welcome new signing Jordan to the side who made his debut in an enjoyable match. The training is definitely paying off. Well played boys. Captain for the day was Harry. MoM: the whole team. Thanks to away kit sponsor The Bell Inn, St Olaves.

BREYDON FC U10 entertained Waveney D Youth at the Magdalen in a game that was all one way and ended in one of Breydons heaviest defeats of the season. Fielding a team of Haydn, Lenny, Mathew, Tyler, Callum, Aaron, Franklin and Taylor the lads soon found they were a goal down and unable to respond to some good team work by Waveney and going in at half-time 4-0 down. The second half started with another early goal for the visitors but despite some brave goalkeeping and improved outfield play the home team were over-run by Waveney and the final score ended up 12-0. Full credit to all the Waveney lads and well done Breydon for never giving up. MoM: Haydn and Callum. Thanks to CJ for refereeing the match.

GORLESTON RANGERS U10A were eventually beaten by a good Bohemians side 3-1, but not before giving them a big scare with a second half onslaught. Once again the application and effort from the boys cannot be faulted, as they battled hard throughout the game. In the first half playing into a strong wind, they fell behind when they failed to clear two quality corner deliveries. Leon was very unlucky not to pull a goal back after a good forward run. Half time: 0-2. In the opening minutes of the second half, Bailey reacted quickly to a loose ball in the penalty area and did well to prod it past a helpless keeper. Rangers then put Bohemians under enormous pressure, but good defending kept them at bay. Lewis D came closest to drawing Rangers level. In the final couple of minutes, all of Rangers' players went up for a corner to try and seize a deserved equaliser. Unfortunately for them the ball was cleared and despite a valiant effort by goalie Finlay, the Bohemians striker had a free run on goal and scored. Evan, Jake and Finlay defended very well. Connor battled hard up front, with Jack, Bailey, Leon, Lewis D, and Lewis C all trying hard to support him when Rangers had the ball. MoM: Bailey. Next match Hemsby Hornets A (away) kick-off is 12.30pm. Meet at the ground at midday. Training as usual at Wroughton Junior School, Beccles Road entrance on Saturday 11.15am to 12.30pm. Call offs contact Chris on 01493 601256.

GORLESTON RANGERS U10C welcomed Waveney Youth F. After last weeks result Rangers team spirit was lifted and they came out fighting. With Waveney previously beating Rangers 1-0 and both teams fighting for third spot it was always going to be an eventful game. The start saw Waveney with the majority of play but after five minutes Rangers clicked and started to play some excellent football giving Waveney very little chance with the ball. In the first half Rangers kept pressing for the first goal and eventually it came from some excellent team passing and it was Ryan who found the net, half-time result 1-0 to Rangers. The second half didn't see the play slow down and with Rangers continuing to push themselves forward, a second goal was on the cards. With a corner given to Rangers, team captain Riley stepped up to take it and with his best cross of this season the ball managed to find the top corner of the net. The pace slowed down slightly and Waveney managed to push forward, they had a shot on goal which Remi pushed out but unfortunately Rangers were unable to clear the ball away from the goal area and Waveney scored. Rangers got straight back into play and Tyler was unlucky not to score. Rangers had the majority off procession throughout the game and another excellent team performance from Remi, Ollie, Haydn, Cody, Ryan, Riley, Sonny, Tyler and Adam. Final score 2-1 to Rangers. MoM: Adam. A big thanks to Mark for refereeing all our home games. We are currently looking for new players to join us for next season, we train at Lynn Grove on Thursdays 5.15 to 6.30pm on the all weather pitch, if interested call Terry after 5pm on 07887 987764.

GORLESTON RANGERS U12A played at The Mag against local rivals Breydon on Sunday and came away with another convincing win. In all truth the game was never a contest with Rangers scoring at regular intervals and the Breydon goalkeeper stopping the score from being even more emphatic. The game allowed some of the boys who don't normally start to have a full game on the pitch and those boys showed that they can do a job for the team. Goals were scored by Matty 2, Ben G 2, Connor 2, Zak, Spud and an Own Goal, with Breydon's goal coming from a penalty that should not have been given. This Sunday we have a massive game away to Bungay, meet at The Rec for 9.15am or at Bungay for 9.45am in away kit.

GORLESTON RANGERS U12C made the long journey to Southwold to play a strong Sole Bay team, we knew this was going to be a hard game and we were proved right when we went one down in the open moments. We reacted well and tried to play football, we finally got our reward when big H tapped in at the far post following good work from Max. We went 2-1 up when Max scored from the right with a cross that completely deceived the goalkeeper. Sole Bay then equalised following an unusual mix up in our defence, we regained the lead just before half-time when Kasey struck a fierce drive from outside the box. From the second half kick off Sole Bay once again equalised. With the game fairly even we took the lead again when the opposing defendant put the ball into his net, we then allowed Sole Bay some space and they once again equalised with a solid strike. Credit to our lads as they never gave up and finally got the decisive goal when Jayden stepped up outside the area and hit a wonderful goal. Final score 5-4. MoM: Max who was an absolute dynamo in the midfield. Next match home to Waveney C kick off 12pm, meet Lynn Grove at 11.30am.

GORLESTON RANGERS U13A defeated close rivals St Benet's Wasps A 3-1. Playing into a strong wind, Gorleston dictated the play only for St Benet's to score on a breakaway attack. Rangers didn't panic and continued to create some good positions, but a combination of the strong wind and good defending kept them at bay. Charlie equalised with a fine 25 yard curling free-kick which gave the St Benet's keeper no chance. In the second half with the strong wind at Gorleston's backs, they were camped in St Benet's half. A five minute spell early in the second half saw Ranger score two quality goals. The first saw George dance round the full back and put in a hard and low cross into the six yard box, for Isaac to nip in front of the goalkeeper and defender, to tap the ball into the net. George added the third with a neat header from 10 yards. Rangers created numerous other chances, but dogged St Benet's defending made it difficult for them. All of the team made a significant contribution this week, well done and keep it up. MoM: Jordan. Tough game this week with a repeat of last year's Ipswich Open Cup Final. Training as usual at Wroughton Junior School field, Beccles Road, entrance 9.30 to 11am on Saturday. Next game: Stowmarket. Venue: Lynn Grove VA High School, kick-off is at 2pm, meet at the ground at 1.30pm. Call offs: contact Chris on 01493 601256.

FC BRADWELL U11 played at home against Bungay Town at the weekend. FC got off to a flyer when Ben V's quick forward throw was despatched in fine style by Sam to put us into the lead. Minutes later a fine run and shot from distance out on the wide right by Aaron saw the ball squeeze in at the near post. This was followed by a similar run from Matthew whose cross found the advancing Ben V to score. Ben C provided a great pass to Ben V who calmly scored his second. Leading up to half-time Ben V returned the favour to Ben C who also calmly slotted home his first ever goal for FC. It wasn't all one-way traffic though as Shaun produced some fine saves and Henry was carrying out a man marking role to the letter to prevent Bungay getting back into the game. The second half saw Bungay pull one back but a shot from Sam was followed up by Alex to score. A great pass from Connor to Alex nearly saw another goal but his shot hit the post. Max had another solid game and turned provider for Lewis who scored from close range. This was followed up by a well deserved goal from the hard working Connor who pounced on a Ben V pass. Again Connor returned the favour by rounding the keeper to square the ball to Ben V for his hat-trick. Bungay pulled one back but FC deserving took the points. Well done to all the boys from teams, the officials, supporters and team sponsor Premier Supermarket of Bradwell and club sponsor Church Farm Country Inn. MoM: Henry Nettleton, a great man marking display.

HEMSBY HORNETS U7A played at home against a hard working Harleston B. Hemsby attacked from the first whistle and created numerous chances but found the Harleston defence in good form. Haydn finally broke the deadlock with a good finish. Some of the Hemsby players wandered out of their positions and this allowed Harleston back in to the game. The Hemsby players must learn to challenge for every ball but produced a better second half performance which resulted in William scoring from a tight angle. Special mention again to Molly who is constantly improving every week, but player-of-the-match went to Caitlin for a great workrate and good passes. Next match is away against St Benet's Wasps B, kick-off is at 10.30am.

HEMSBY HORNETS U8A played a good Gorleston Rangers A on Sunday. Hemsby started brightly and were awarded an early penalty kick which Lewis put away. Hemsby kept on the pressure and there was further joy for Matthew and Alfie, who again both had very impressive games. Gorleston started the second half on the attack, and put Hemsby under pressure. Lewis added to his penalty with a great long range strike. Gorleston then hit two very good goals. Kameron had a very good game, working hard, Lewis was MoM for covering so much ground and his great goal. Team: Aaron, Jamie, Matthew, Lewis, Luke, Ellis, Alfie, Kameron.

HEMSBY HORNETS U9B played Gorleston Rangers A in the shield. Hemsby started the game brightly with Adam, Jack L and Tighe passing the ball around and making Gorleston work hard. Hemsby carried on playing the ball around and trying to create some chances for James to finish off, Gorleston were making it hard for Hemsby with some good defending and goal keeping. Gorleston took the lead in the first half with a good shot from outside the box. The boys never sat back, they went straight on the attack to try to get the equaliser, it didn't come straight away but with both teams playing some good football it wasn't long before Hemsby scored with a well taken goal by James after some good work by the boys in midfield. Gorleston soon got back in the lead just before half-time when Hemsby failed to close the ball down.

The second half started the same as the first, with both teams playing some good football. Henly was having a solid game in defence, as was Jack G in goal. It was half-way through the second half when Gorleston got their third goal. Hemsby never gave up and it wasn't long before they got their second with a good strike by James. Hemsby knew they could get a third goal if they carried on playing the way they were. Gorleston got their fourth from a corner when Hemsby were ball-watching to allow them a tap-in. All credit to the boys, who carried on and got their reward with their third goal by Adam to set up a tight finish to the match. The game finished 4-3 to Gorleston, but well done to all the boys who didn't give up until the final whistle. Good luck to Gorleston in the next round. Next match is on Saturday away to Halesworth, kick-off is 10.30am. The game on Sunday is at home to Bungay, kick-off is 10.30am.

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