Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

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Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

Postby neville » Sat Mar 10, 2018 10:02 am

wRCFA Challenge Trophy

Beeston St Anthony's YAL v Silsden Whitestar postponed To be played on 24th Mar

Kick Off 1400 hrs

YOB Shield – Semi-Final

Kick Off 1400

At Old Earth

Grangefield v Drighlington - postponed

YOB Shield – Semi Final

Kick Off 1400 hrs

Farsley Celtic Jnrs v Redcar Newmarket postponed - snow


Halifax Dist Cup - Semi Final

Kick Off 1345 hrs

At Natty Lane

St Colombas v Ealandians

Halifax Dist Cup - Semi Final

Kick Off 1345 hrs

At Old Earth

Huddersfield Amateur (WYL) v Ryburn

Hodgson Cup – Quarter Final

Kick Off 1400 hrs

Old Batelians Res v Dewsbury Rangers Res - postponed

Premier Division

Athletico v St Nicholas
Beeston Juniors v Alwoodley - postponed
Leeds Medics & Dentists v Stanningley OB
Stanley Utd v Morley Town AFC - postponed

Championship

Beeston St Anthony's v Thornesians
Collingham Junior OB v Mount St Mary’s - postponed
Horsforth St Margaret’s v Calverley Utd - postpobned
Leeds Independent v Gildersome Spurs OB - postponed
St Bedes v Leeds Medics & Dentists Res - postponed
Wortley v Shire Academics - postponed


Division 1

Collegians v Idle - postponed
Dewsbury Rangers v Leeds City OB - postponed
Ealandians Res v Farsley Celtic Jnrs Res - postponed
Leeds Medics & Dentists III v Garforth Rangers - posponed
Sky Blue v Alwoodley Res - postponed

Division 2

Woodkirk Valley v Colton Ath - postponed
Fairbank Utd v Tyersal - postponed
Farnley Spts v Sandal Wdrs - postponed
Morley Town Res v Garforth Crusaders

Div 3

Horsforth St Margaret’s Res v Ealandians III postponed
Leeds City OB Res v Colton Ath Res - postponed
Morley Town AFC III v Leeds Medics & Dentists IV
Norristhorpe v Shire Acad Res - postponed
North Leeds v Lepton Highlanders - postponed

Div 4

Calverley Utd Res v Middleton Park - postponed
Gildersome Spurs OB Res v Drighlington Res - postponed
Morley Amateur v Prospect - postponed
Shire Academics III v Beeston Juniors Res - postponed
Thornesians Res v Leeds City OB III - o be played @ Kettlethorpe HS 3G


Div 5

Leeds City OB IV v West End Park - postponed
Leeds Modernians Res v St Bedes Res - postponed
Rothwell Res v Old Centralians - postponed
Shire Academics IV v Norristhorpe Res - postponed
Thornesians III v Huddersfield Amat Res - postponed
Tyersal Res v North Leeds Res - postponed

Please study closely. There may well be a couple of changes. If in doubt please consult the Fixture Secretary
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Re: Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

Postby neville » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:21 pm

Disappointing there were so many postponements last weekend.

However we carry on regardless.

Hopefully a new face would like to give us their views on the semi finals. Please let me know.

The rest of the programme involves all important League games with promotion and relegation still the main driving force in most matches. Thus can those of us who dealt with the matches last week continue to do so with the same division this weekend.

We have not had any contributions from females for this section of our site and it would be a fantastic moment if that unwanted record could be smashed.
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Re: Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

Postby CalverleyUtd » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:52 pm

Championship

Collingham Junior OB v Mount St Mary’s
Collingham are now well and truly in the relegation dog fight. It must seem ages ago that they surprisingly beat Gildersome and face a tough task this week against St Mary’s who could still be in with a shot at promotion. On current form got to be an away win. 1-4

Horsforth St Margaret’s v Calverley Utd
Game of the day in the Championship, we need three points as Horsforth have games in hand so anything less will give them the upper hand. Not seen much of Horsforth but they have a decent defensive record so we need Matty Wilson to have his shooting boots on. ?-?

Leeds Independent v Gildersome Spurs OB
Hoping Indy have a strong squad out this week! Gildy will be looked at as favourites but Indy on their day are a good team and Gildersome should be missing the suspended Steve Wales so they are in with a shot of taking something from this game. 2-2

St Bedes v Leeds Medics & Dentists Res
Medics are doing well recently and the switch to 4G shouldn’t cause them too much of a problem. This could be a tricky game for Bedes who will be looking at this as one where they need to pick up maximum points and I’m not sure which way this one will go. 2-2

Wortley v Shire Academics
A good win for Wortley and I predicted one was coming along and that will see them entertain Shire with greater confidence. Another game that Shire will look at as a must win game to keep their hopes of promotion alive but it may not be as easy as initially expected. 2-3
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Beeston SA's County Trophy saga continues on 24th Mar

Postby neville » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:55 pm

BSA’s county cup game has been put back to 24th March as Silsden Whitestar are in the District Cup on 17th March. If you could arrange us a league game that would be great.
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Re: Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

Postby Pickles » Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:07 pm

Division 1

Collegians v Idle
There will be a lot of Collegians fans this weekend amongst the league - seems they've struggled for players a bit recently, hopefully not too many are tempted to go the Palace game.. Idle will be too solid for the home side. 1-3

Dewsbury Rangers v Leeds City OB
Leeds have plenty in hand but counts for nothing if they don't win them. Suspect they will be ok here. 0-4

Ealandians Res v Farsley Celtic Jnrs Res
Great result last week when we beat Collegains by 4. Only 3 games left and we've got to win up to have a chance. Won the reverse 0-3 a few weeks back but took a 60th minute goal to get going. Another tough game on our hands. No prediction

Leeds Medics & Dentists III v Garforth Rangers
MAssive game at the wrong end of the table. Garforth recently slipped to bottom and Medics have games in hand to move further away. Fancy them to start that here. 2-1

Sky Blue v Alwoodley Res
Alwoodley moved up a couple of places but face a good footballing side. Home win, but a close game. 3-1
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Re: Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

Postby neville » Thu Mar 15, 2018 2:16 pm

Division 2

The reality is that there are four clubs challenging for the title and second place in Division 2. Looking at their record Fairbank are likely to be fifth with the remainder headed by a rejuvenated Trinity OB with six points separating bottom club Farnley Sports and Trinity OB. There are some excellent teams in this Division this season but the demise of East Ardsley was unexpected after such a bright start to the season and of course FC Girlington happened but for one game. I make it that there will be no enforced relegation from Div 2 this season but someone may like to check that for me.

It has rained for two hours already with puddles forming but the forecast for the weekend is very much hit or miss. In some ways luckily five of the teams in Div 2 have but three games left, with Fairbank Utd and Garforth Crusaders having seven remaining fixtures, which will be accommodated without too much gnashing of the teeth. Anyone for a Supplementary Cup competition? Three of the four top teams in Div 2 are in the Hancock Cup semi-finals and with a modicum of luck Woodhouse will play Morley Res on the 24th of March at a “new for YAL” facility at Lower Hopton whilst a clash between Div 3 leaders Shire Res and Div 2 leaders Garforth Crusader will take place a week later at the same venue. Crusaders have had a superb season and lost but one game and that to a vibrant Trinity OB 3-0. It is unusual for a team to go through a season undefeated and feel that the resilient Crusaders defence will see them over the line for the title with the team nearest them, Woodkirk Valley, five points away having played a game more than Garforth The tables show

Garforth Crusaders P 11 Pts 30
Morley Town Res P 14 Pts 27
Woodkirk P 12 Pts 25
Colton P 13 Pts 25

WWWWWL Colton Athletic v Woodkirk Valley WLWWWW NP

Both teams have played well over the past two months with Colton top of the form chart with five wins from their last 6 games with Woodkirk Valley second with the same figures over the past six matches. The mini-table above shows the position after Colton lost to the slightly unpredictable Morley Town Res 3-2, but Woodkirk pushed Sandal Wdrs to one side 7-2. Colton and Woodkirk have yet to play each other and this gives the game an element of mystery. I cannot envisage that either of the protagonists’ will settle for a point, with both teams going for an all out victory, a strategy that suits these two attacking sides with Colton, Woodkirk and Morley all having notched more than 50 goals. Leading scorers in the race for the golden Boot are Luke Henshaw for Woodkirk on 21 goals from 11 league matches with Chris Hick third on 18 league goals from 10 league games. Sandwiched in-between is the Morley Town Goal Scoring King Ben Howarth, The rain has slowed down and certainly the Colton pitch will be fit. This has been a point of considerable debate with the decision to call off games centrally an irritation or probably worse. Anyway the contest on Saturday should be a superb one to watch. Little between the attacks but defensively Woodkirk has the edge with Josh Parry doubtless looking forward to his tussle with Colton leading scorers Chris Hick. Woodkirk are having a super season and feel they may well win this one 4-2 with the Woodkirk attack playing a significant part.

WLDLLW Fairbank Utd v Tyersal WLLLLD Fairbank won 201 in the reverse fixture.

There is a one point gap between these sides but Fairbank has played only 11 League matches whereas Tyersal has played 15. This is Tyersal’s first YAL season and it is pleasing to see their reserves are going well in Div 5. Tyersal are now seventh but have not won for five games and in that time have fallen out of the promotion race. They lost the reverse fixture 2-1 but they have been close to glory on a few occasions and notably a 4-4 draw with Morley Res last weekend and a 3-3 draw earlier in the piece and Tyersal only lost by the single goal of the game against free scoring Woodkirk Valley. Fairbank started the season well but the conditions of late have not suited them at all, with one point from their last five games. The report on the previous meeting between the two teams is shown below..


“In Div 2 Tyersal went ahead against Fairbank Utd through a sensational shot from the halfway line after ten minutes from Tom Allendar. Fairbank were awarded a penalty, but Captain Billal Saleem uncharacteristically put his effort wide. Fairbank dominated most of the first half but were unable to convert their chances. The second half saw Fairbank continue to lay siege to the Tyersal goal, but failed to break the deadlock. Debutant keeper Haris Khan made two superb saves to keep Fairbank in the game. A second penalty, for a foul on 17 year old Abdullah Lone, was this time converted by Saleem, before Shoaib Hussain finished a wonderful move minutes before the final whistle to break Tyersal hearts and claim all three points. Tyersal are (now) 7th with 14 points from 15 games. Fairbank are now fifth with 15 points from 11 games. A disallowed "goal" for Tyersal just after the scores were level was all part of a tense finish. Ryan Pogson the Tyersal man of the match.”

WLWLDL Farnley Spts v Sandal Wdrs DLWWLL 5-3 Farnley Spurs

Farnley Sports started well last week against runaway leaders Garforth Crusaders but Farnley had two players sent off in what was a passionate encounter. The floodgates opened to let in the Garforth attack following the second Farnley player being given marching orders. No game for Wanderers last weekend but they were left standing 7-2 by Woodkirk Valley when they were last out on the road. The recent form for both teams is much better than we would expect to see from sides that are bottom and third to bottom respectively in a division that the pride of avoiding finishing in the bottom two should ensure a superb battle. Keeper George Bason and Jaymie Ryan have played in all the Wanderers league matches. Jordan Webb has played in all the League matches for Farnley with his goals tally 13 from 15 games. Tom Hart is till showing the way to goal for his Wanderers teammates with ten and that from 12 matches. Feeling frivolous so looking at 5-5.

LWLWWD Morley Town AFC Res v Garforth Crusaders WWWWLW 2-1 Crusaders

Crusaders won the important reverse fixture 2-1 against a Morley team that is capable of springing a surprise one week and then lose a silly game the next as illustrated by their record against three teams. They have dropped four points against 7th placed Tyersal, been beaten out if sight by Woodkirk Valley on two occasions and yet have beaten Colton Athletic three times and that is twice in the league and once in the cup quarter final. Morley has a satisfactory current record but whilst Morley is second in the League Table the only realistic way they can finish in second slot is to win their remaining four matches – not an easy task and not a certainty to finish second. Even then that may not be enough to keep either Woodkirk or Colton at bay. Garforth have suffered on League defeat this season and that to a lively Trinity OB outfit. Should be a game to watch and Morley will hopefully be well supported. Looking at 2-1 victory again for Garforth but nothing is cut and dried with Ben Howarth the Morley leading scorer around.
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Re: Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

Postby neville » Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:48 am

Premier Division

LWLLLL Athletico v St Nicholas DLLLLL 2-3 ATHLETICO

For St Nicholas a season of disappointments with narrow defeats snatched from the jaws of victory. Two points from 13 games and leaves six victories required from the remaining nine games to give them a chance of a great escape. St Nicholas can take some comfort from the fact Athletico are also having a poor sequence of results with one win from their lat six games. The earlier fixture went the way of Athletico. The extract from the reverse fixture paints a useful picture as to what happened:

“Athletico sneaked past hosts St Nicholas 3-2. Because of a waterlogged pitch, the game was played on Middleton Park’s 3G facility and a couple of players returning for St Nicholas made a positive contribution. St Nicholas won the first half pressing for every ball and thus depriving Athletico of the ball in important areas. Recent St Nicholas signing Kyle Jeffery made the only goal of the first half when he found 19 yeas old Ahmed Mohammed who finished calmly. The first 30 minutes of the second half were even, with both keepers at their best during this spell. In the 75th minute St Nicholas added to their score after an emphatic finish from Leon Gentiles. This was the turning point for Athletico, as Athletico were galvanised into action. Athletico attacked persistently but were vulnerable to the counter attack. Athletico scored 3 goals in the last 10 minutes. Two were for man of the match Mohammed Qasim with the deciding goal two minutes from time from Mohammed Ikraam who hit the post and the ball rebounded in off the keepers back In that last 10 minutes two more golden opportunities scorned by the St Nicholas attack. St Nichols wait for their luck to turn with only one point from six games. Athletico are settling down well to life in the YAL and are now sixth with 10 points from eight games”


Since that goal mentioned above Kyle Jeffrey Kyle has managed to notch seven goals from nine games

Will try and speak with both teams after the game in an attempt to get some up to date views and opinions.


LDLWWW Beeston Juniors v Alwoodley LWLWLW 1-0 ALWOODLEY

Beeston Juniors are chuffed with their recent three match winning streak. Alwoodley must look on enviously with only three league game played by Alwoodley in the past four months; Quite a slice of their time has been used by Alwoodley to secure their unique prize, in YAL terms, of a place in the County Cup Semi-Final against Ilkley Town on the 25th April. Alwoodley are fifth despite of what has been a greatly curtailed fixture list, but Alwoodley are still in a position to move quickly up to fourth and they will cause havoc against the three leading teams in the run in during April. Not an easy game but one Alwoodley will expect to win despite the strenuous efforts of the busy Beeston midfield. Goal scrolling for Alwoodley led by Callum Armstrong with 11 goals and Ryan Dawson for Beeston Juniors with eight.


WWWWLL Leeds Medics & Dentists v Stanningley OB LLWLWW 1-0 MEDICS

No doubt that Medics will still be reeling after two successive defeats with the loss to Morley last weekend causing them considerable damage leaving 3rd placed Drighlington in pole position with nine wins from 10 games against Medics 11 wins from 13 outings with Stanley Utd sandwiched between leaders Medics and third placed Drighlington. Medics were quite a few players short but still a strong side, and it cannot be overemphasised the credit due to Morley for their victory last week. Stanningley have staged a superb recovery after a disastrous pre- Christmas period. Three victories in their last four games has seen them move up to second to bottom with three points behind 10th placed Morley Town with two games in hand. The most recent successes were against Ealandians 2-0 and against Athletico 3-1. Could be another hard game for Medics but feel they will win narrowly but must underline a tough game for Medics.. Barry Chambers is still the leading scorer for Medics with 12 goals whilst Stanningley has no player in the top 15.

WLWDWW Stanley Utd v Morley Town WWLLLW NOT PLAYED

More than useful recent form for Stanley who are second in that “Recent Form”chart with Josh Whiteley their leading scorer on 12 goals. Stanley are second in the Premier Division but their record is not quite as good (yet) as the other two challengers for the Premiership title. Morley had a magnificent victory over Medics last weekend, and that begs the question as to whether they can land the second big fish in eight days. I think it will be difficult. One decision that appears to have worked well is Morley playing their skipper Marc Haley in goal whilst his goal keeping colleague is absent. Even though Morley is noted for battling for every ball, will that be enough as Stanley play at a quick tempo throughout a whole game? I feel the pace and flowing football of Stanley will be capable of producing a United victory. Incidentally Ryan Hartley has adapted well for Morley and is relishing plyaing in the top flight. Why? He has grabbed 12 goals from 12 matches.
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Will they? Won't they?

Postby neville » Fri Mar 16, 2018 7:59 am

Hodgson Cup – Quarter Final

Kick Off 1400 hrs

Old Batelians Res v Dewsbury Rangers Res

Rain spattering against the window, passers-by reluctantly walking to the station with umbrellas held high, I must fear for this cup tie unless special 3G facilities are available. Both teams playing as well as at any point in the season but the comradeship of those remaining at Batelians after the disappearance of the nucleus of one team may well force their way into the semis. Good luck to the participating teams and hope the delay in getting the fixture on has been worthwhile.
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Halifax & Dsit Cup - 2 Semi-Finals

Postby neville » Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:01 am

Halifax District Cup Semi-Finals

Premiership Ealandians have beaten Halifax & Dist three teams on the way to the final and they are Midgley Ute 3-0, Greetland 3-0 and Elland All Stars 7-2.

On the other hand St Columbas, from near the top of Halifax & Dist second division has had a few narrow scrapes. They beat Shelf 4-1 on penalties after drawing 2-2, needed extra time to defeat Salem 2-6 aet but eased past Plummet Lane. This is a real opportunity for Ealandians to reach the final with a settled team that has eight players that have played in all or missed just one League game. Hopefully young keeper Tom Thornton will be fit to resume his goal keeping duties and an afternoon for Colin Schofield to make a real difference in front of goal. The other semi-final is between Halifax & Dist runaway leaders Ryburn and Huddersfield Amateur. The most notable feature for Huddersfield Amateur was their defeating multi-times winners of the Albert Crabtree Ovenden WR who are on their way back to former glories through WRCA Div 1. Ryburn and Amateur go back a long way. Will not hazard a suggestion as to the final score but Amateur will know they have had a testing afternoon.
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Yorks Old Boys' Shield - Hoping for two classioc semis

Postby neville » Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:45 am

YOB Shield – Semi-Final

At Old Earth

Grangefield v Drighlington

Hope this exciting clash toes ahead but there is just so much any ground can take. The rain is non-stop here in Shipley after a battening of some four hours. This is the game that has attracted much local attention with Drighlington leading the premier Division with nine wins from ten games. They have won all their games in the Shield comprehensively with and 8-1 over Mt St Mary’s. 8-0 over fellow Prem Div outfit Beeston with a more conservative 3-1 against Reckitts. A side that can play at a high tempo but their all round skill and nous make them the team to beat. Grangefield have beaten Leeds Indy 4-1, Apollo Rangers 4-3 aet and Fishburn Park 1-2.Grangefield come into the game in ninth position and really nothing to get excited about. Agree under normal circumstances but two new players introduced to the side have made an immediate impact. Tom Micklethwaite has scored eight goals in 2 games and I cannot remember anything so spectacular for a player laking in the Prem Div for the first time. Chris Barr is the other player achieving headline status with his impressive forays down the left touchline. This raises the obvious question. How will this effect the outcome of this semi-final for which Drighlington were the early favourites?

YOB Shield – Semi Final

At Pocklington Town

Farsley Celtic Jnrs v Redcar Newmarket

Hope the Pocklington ground is still playable. Both teams looking forward to the clash between a side in one of the Leading Inter-League Cup teams and our Premiership team that reacted well to the changes made last week. Redcar has had four matches with victories over Colton Ath in the quarter final and earlier wins over Humber Prem Easington Utd 9-0, Collegians 4-7 and Humber Prem Howden 6-0. Farsley have overcome Horsforth 3-0, trampled al over Bedes 17-1 but a 4-2 mini-triumph over Alwoodley was the highlight so far.

Redcar is fourth in the North Riding League with 25 pts from 15 attempts with Michael Dowse still their leading scorer but some way from the title. Farsley are 6th in the Premier Div of YAL League but they have had a poor season by their standards but I can think of many a side that would have climbed mountains for sixth place in the top Division. As it still rains my fingers are scorched but not optimistically for this fixture.
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Our note from Leeds City Council - Referees discretion

Postby neville » Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:52 am

Dear league secretary- sent this email to all LCC parks pitch tenancy holders (Club Secretary)


LCC Parks Pitches Open

Sat 17th March and Sun18th March

Exception Temple Newsam Park closed Saturday 17th March due to a School Cross Country Run. Temple Newsam Park Sunday 18th March is open.

Referees Discretion

The agreement when no blanket cancellation of parks pitches by LCC is in place is that the referee has discretion if fit to play. A team, who have no registered referee appointed and agree on a person to officiate, has the same powers as a registered referee for that match. It is not for clubs, leagues, or competitions to decide.

The forecast for Saturday and Sunday is for a revisit of the 'Beast from the East' bringing more snow, the type hopefully that goes as quick as it comes.

LCC Parks Pitches vary a great deal across the City, I anticipate some fit for play, and some not fit for play.

Respect the Referee’s decision.

jack scott



General Secretary Leeds FA
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Re: Will they? Won't they?

Postby bigade » Fri Mar 16, 2018 5:32 pm

neville wrote:Hodgson Cup – Quarter Final

Kick Off 1400 hrs

Old Batelians Res v Dewsbury Rangers Res

Rain spattering against the window, passers-by reluctantly walking to the station with umbrellas held high, I must fear for this cup tie unless special 3G facilities are available. Both teams playing as well as at any point in the season but the comradeship of those remaining at Batelians after the disappearance of the nucleus of one team may well force their way into the semis. Good luck to the participating teams and hope the delay in getting the fixture on has been worthwhile.



Sorry to say this game is off .we tried to switch but the Dewsbury pitch is also not good unless we play in flippers ( on either pitch )
At this rate we might just get this game or any game played before Christmas .

Only a few lads who helped the first team are not cup tied for our cup , but yes the influx of the first team lads is helping with our season even though its only 4 ( who are bothered ) .
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Re: Fixtures for 17th Mar 18 - a semi-final weekend - Crusaders travel to Morley Res

Postby robfranlong » Fri Mar 16, 2018 6:40 pm

Just been advised by Trevor @ Dewsbury that the YAL 1 game beteeen ourselves and Dewsbury Rangers is OFF due to a waterlogged pitch.

OB IV Vs West End Park already cancelled.

Reserves and Thirds on as we stand.
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9 games left

Postby neville » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:47 am

and 9 wil surely be halved? (4 1/2)

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