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Article: Darts News – A West Midlands Report By Alan Towe

Darts News – A West Midlands Report By Alan Towe

Despite both having away fixtures in the BDO Inter County Championships it was a good weekend for local county teams Warwickshire and West Midlands as they both won.
Warwickshire in the premier division played away to Glamorgan but the weekend didn’t get off to the best of starts as in Saturday’s games the ladies finished all square at 3-3, Donna Pinch with an 18.70 average chalking up her second successive match award, while the men went down 7-5, Prakash Jiwa (29.63) their top player.
Sunday was a different story the ladies winning 4-2, their first win since the weekend of the 23/24 March 2013 when strangely the score then was 4-2 and they were again playing away to none other than Glamorgan, taking the lady of the match award on this occasion was Angela Jones with a superb 23.48 average.
Putting the final overall score to a winning 19-17 were the men’s ‘A’ team who recorded a 7-5 win Mark Westgarth recording his second award winning average of the season 29.91.
The win takes Warwickshire into fourth place in the table with 138 points just four short of third placed Essex who they play later this month.
Full Results:Premier Division:Glamorgan v Warwickshire (17-19):(Glamorgan names first):Men’s ‘A’:- Ron Morgan 0 Mark Westgarth 4, Clive Langford 2 Bob Nixon 4, David Rogers 4 Mark Strong 1, Ray Johnson 1 Tom Aldridge 4, Shaun Dibbs 4 Richard Foster 0, Lloyd Browning 1 William Naylor 4, Chris Thomas 3 Jamie Hughes 4, Wayne warren 4 Mark Carter 1, Jeff Bass 4 Rob Hawker 2, Tim Jones 3 Noel Grant 4, Wayne Davies 3 Dean Stewart 4, Richie Edwards 4 Jamie Atkins 1, Men’s ‘B’:- Mark Salmon 1 Matthew Edgar 4, Justin Davies 0 Simon Power 4, Wayne (Sid) Davies 4 Antony Allen 3, Chris Camill 4 Luke Kennedy 2, Michael Huntley 1 Prakash Jiwa 4, Mark Dacey 4 Michael Spencer 2, Steve Durnell 2 Stephen Ward 4, Sean Fisher 4 Tom McGlone 2, Clayton Williams 3 Dave Harris 4, Rhys Griffin 4 Carl Green 2, Keirion Carter 4 Jimmy Hill 3, Corey Evans 4 Ted Evetts 1, Women’s ‘A’:- Donna Thomas 3 Kat Spanswick 2, Alannah Waters 0 Denise Keyte 3, Nikki O’Donovan 2 Wendy Adams 3, Rhian Edwards 3 Trina Gulliver 2, Claire Crocombe 0 Melanie Hill 3, Michelle Lloyd 0 Angela Jones 3, Women’s ‘B’:- Eve Watson 1 Nina Bolt 3, Paula Clemett 3 Kerry Bambridge 2, Iris Powell 3 Lucy Keyte 1, Vanda Adams 3 Kirsty Haw 0, Danielle Cabble 1 Lisa Whitmore 3, Sandra Quinn 1 Donna Pinch 3.
In division two West Midlands travelled to take on Northamptonshire, and with all four teams returning undefeated they won the tie 20-16 to ease their relegation fears and put them 22 points above the relegation zone with two to play.
Both of the ladies teams shared the points in what were 3-3 scorelines, Lisa Astbury (17.11) making it six match awards from seven games for the ‘A’ while Sarah Roberts (19.52) made it three in a row for the ‘B’.
The men’s ‘B’ team made it two wins in a row, an 8-4 result with Danny Coyle (27.00) their top player, Jonathan Platt (29.66) was the ‘A’ teams man of the match as they finished all square at 6-6.
Full Results:Division Two:Northamptonshire v West Midlands (16-20):(Northamptonshire names first):Men’s ‘A’:- Jason Lovell 2 Keith Allman 4, Ben Goodger 4 Avtar Singh 2, Liam Fox 1 Chris Mason 4, Shane Prowse 4 Gavin Baker 3, Paul Shepherd 1 Ian Jones 4, Stuart Gilmour 1 Shawn Carroll 4, Martin Biggs 3 Jonathan Platt 4, Christopher Lawrence 4 Mark Rollinson 2, Chris Shipley 4 Ash Kyhatt 1, Dave Walker 4 Richard Platt 0, Lee Rose 2 Michael Baker 4, Chris Jones 4 Glen Cullen 3, Men’s ‘B’:- Tony Littleton 3 Sam Guest 1, Simon Johnson 1 Robert Smith 3, Chuck Scott 3 Chris Read 0, Nigel Crane 2 Karl Hughes 3, Ian Evans 2 Danny Coyle 3, Luke Smith 3 Martin Angell 0, Lee Rose 3 Jamie Barrowman 2, Phil Coward 1 Chris Stanley 3, Graham Roberts 1 Neil Pointon 3, Eddy Smith 2 Mark Craddock 3, John Bryan 2 Matthew Dicken 3, Richard Sharp 1 Gary Watts 3, Women’s ‘A’:- Gail Fullthorpe 3 Gemma Barrett 0, Faye Mason 1 Kath Jenkins 3, Angela Barrow 1 Lisa Astbury 3, KaREN Roberts 3 Heather Wright 0, Rebecca Barrow 2 Debbie Loon 3, Kelly Walker 3 Kim Fellows 2, Women’s ‘B’:- Dandra Simmonds 3 Wendy Waine 2, Ann Howard 0 Sarah Roberts 3, Jacky White 3 Sophie Singh 0, Amy Chappell 3 Claire Hobbs 0, Mary Garling 2 Jacqueline Maiden 3, Dawn Chappell 2 Samantha Maiden 3.
Week 18 produced some shock results in the premier division of the Sheldon and District Winter League as the top two teams both lost, leaders Crown at Olton finished on the wrong side of a 5-4 scoreline away to fourth in the table Mackadown Social but hold on to pole position albeit on average only as The Lyndon have taken over second place from Crown at Shard End after beating them 6-3.
In division one Banbury Club won a vital away game against Castle Vale Stadium 6-3 to lead the division on 26 points from 15 games and leave their opponents in second place two points adrift with a game in hand.
Crown-Forget-Me-Not held on to their four points lead at the top of division two with a 5-4 win away to third in the table Sheldon Marlborough Flights, while second placed The Maggies won 5-4 at Ridgemere Social.
Full Results:Week 18:Premier Division:- The Raven 8 (A.Stainfield 137,140, S.Kingdon 140, D.Keatley 110,140, S.Whatmore 113b, J.Dunn 100, A.Whitehouse 2x100, D.Mortiboys 112b,114) George V 1 (S.Palmer 100, C.Horsley 100, P.Wright 2x100, A.Dews 101,180), Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows 6 (J.Carter 140,100, R.Nixon 100b, D.Heath 100, S.Bromley 136,121, C.Round 120, A.Barnfield 100) Sheldon Dukes 3 (L.Molyneux 125,100, M.O’Donnell 137, P.Sunner 140, G.Groves 106b, P.Curry 100,100b,135, M.Riley 120b, P.Pudge 100b), The Lyndon 6 (R.Lucas 140, S.Harding 100,120, J.Buckingham 139,110b, T.Daly 100, D.Wright 132,105, P.Stevens 100,117f, S.Darby 2x100, P.Henderson 100) Crown at Shard End 3 (D.Cherry 100, N.Parsonage 126f, M.Cooper 100, A.Hoey 131, M.McFall 152b,139, J.Prince 100, K.Reynolds 100), Willclare Sports and Social 4 (M.Holt 100) Saltley Amateur Gardeners 5 (N.Clarke 100,140, A.Caddick 161f,9 darts game,100, T.White 100, T.Webster 120b), Mackadown Social 5 (A.Kavanagh 160b,117b, D.Young 100, M.Noonan 100, B.Allen 140) Crown at Olton 4 (J.Sidwell 120b,131,100, I.Spencer 120b, A.Hutchings 100,117, P.Yardley 100,100b, S.Kennedy 140, M.Wall 100,123, D.Duncan 100), Division One:- Sheldon Heath Social 2 (M.Tilley 105b,100, C.Cotter 2x100, J.Phipps 126) Marston Green Tavern 7 (L.Randell 2x100, B.Biggs 100,120, B.Tranter 140, T.Randell 2x100,120,160b,137, T.Comerford 100, S.Cresser 2x100), Holy Souls 3 (C.Stokes 100, K.Murray 100b,140) Yardley Ex Colts 6 (R.Collins 130, P.Carey 120b, R.Holman 100, N.Davis 2x100, R.Mason 121,103, P.Welch 140), Crown Arros 4 Baldwin Bears 5 (A.Thomas 100,120, R.Poulter 100, M.Cater 100b,100, S.West 100,121, C.Thomas 3x100), Castle Vale Stadium 3 (J.Frost 121,105b, B.Beard 140,100, B.Stephens 137,100,123, J.Burdett 100,105b,104, B.Charlton 2x140,105b, T.Pedley 137) Banbury Club 6 (B.Evans 140,101f,9 darts game, M.Morgan 100, T.Frost 100, G.Fleetwood 128, P.Connolly 112b,107b, J.Moss 100, N.Powell 100,121, L.Reece 100), Division Two:- Sheldon Marlborough Flights 4 (A.Eden 140,100,135, P.Brown 100,140) Crown-Forget-Me-Not 5 (P.Seadon 121,100, W.Griffiths 100, G.Lynch 100, I.Scattergood 101b,121, J.Lynch 100, L.Cooksey 100,121, B.Steptoe 100, C.Kettlewell snr 106, S.Gardiner 100), Greville Arms 7 (M.Stansfield 120b,100, C.Deegan 101b) Meadway Sports and Social 2 (D.Delaney 100, M.McArthur 102b,140), Highwood Exiles 6 (R.Harrison 100, S.Payne 100, D.Carey 100, A.Thurman 100) Emerald Flights 3 (S.Facey 133b), Ridgemere Social 4 (M.Baker 120, D.Jones 140,108b, P.Fielding 140) The Maggies 5 (W.Swaine 103, L.Wiggins 117b,11 darts game, N.Hall 100, S.Hall 100, R.Molloy 102b).
With top of the table Spring Meadow having a bye this week in the Halesowen Monday Night Ladies League second in the table Park Lane Tavern took full advantage to reduce the arrears to just two points with a 4-3 win away to Black Horse who are fourth on six points. Haden Cross are third also with six points, their convincing 6-1 win at The Widders keeping them just ahead of Black Horse on average plus they have a game in hand.
Full Results:- The Widders 1 Haden Cross 6, Townsend 3 Park Lane Tavern 4, Black Horse 5 Hare and Hounds 2, Captains Cup:- The Widders lost to Haden Cross, Townsend lost to Park Lane Tavern, Black Horse beat Hare and Hounds.
The Camp Hill League played their Singles Knockout down to the last eight players and making up the quarter finals are L.Barberan (Journeys End), P.Yardley, M.Hogan (Lions), R.Bailey (Wagon), M.Cooper (Cotterills Lane Club), C.Murphy, A.Humpage (Scruffy Ringers) and S.Edwards.
Hilltop Friendly League had the quarter finals of their Blackcountry Windscreens Cup on their fixture card and winning their way through to the last four were Old Hop Pole, Jolly Collier, Merry-Go-Round and The Vine who in turn defeated Tipton Sports, Hayes Social, Ivy Bush and Dewdrop.
Just one rearranged league fixture was played which saw the two bottom teams play each other, Horsley Tavern losing their home tie with Island Inn 6-1, this being Island Pool’s first win in seven and leave Horsley still seeking their first points of the season.
Full Results:Blackcountry Windscreens Cup:Quarter Finals:- Old Hop Pole 5 (Scott Hipkins 152b) Tipton Sports 2, Hayes Social 1 Jolly Collier 6, Merry-Go-Round 4 Ivy Bush 3, Dewdrop 2 Vine 5, Rearranged League Fixture:- Horsley Tavern 1 Island Inn 6.
Roebuck have dropped from third to sixth in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League following their somewhat surprising 5-4 defeat away to Griffin who remain three places off the foot of the table.
At the top of the table Dudley Sports ‘C’ and Bridge ‘B’ are both on 20 points from eleven games the latest results seeing Dudley Sports ‘C’ winning 6-3 at home against Liberal Club to keep them in pole with the better average despite Bridge ‘B’ beating Brickmakers Arms 8-1.
Full Results:Week 12:- Dudley Sports ‘C’ 6 Liberal Club 3, Rose and Crown (Brierley Hill) 9 Dog and Lamppost ‘B’ 0, The Swan 2 Bulls Head (Netherton) 7, Brickmakers Arms 1 Bridge ‘B’ 8, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 6 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 3, Bridge ‘A’ 4 Portway 5, Old Star 4 Black Horse 5, Rose and Crown (Wordsley) 3 Tenth Lock 6, Dog and Lamppost ‘A’ 4 High Acres 5, Griffin 5 Roebuck 4.
Miners (Wollescote) have taken over the number one spot in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League after winning 6-3 against former leaders Pensnett Welfare Club. Miners now have a two points lead on the Welfare Club and Roebuck who won their home tie with The Bridge 6-3.
Mitre moved off the bottom of the table with a 6-3 home win over Netherton Cricket Club who have dropped one place to sixth.
Full Results:Week 11:- Miners (Wollescote) 6 Pensnett Welfare Club 3, Pensnett Liberal Club 6 Brickmakers Arms 3, Roebuck 6 The Bridge 3, Mitre 6 Netherton Cricket Club 3, Bulls Head (Netherton) 7 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 2, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 7 The Bell 2.
The Netherton Thursday Night League fixtures brought together the two bottom teams this week and although bottom of the table White Swan had home board advantage they lost 6-3 to Pensnett Liberal Club to open up a gap of six points between the two teams.
At the top end of the table there were wins for the top four teams, fifth placed Bulls Head being the sole losers in the top six as they finished on the wrong side of an 8-1 result against second placed Netherton Sports and Social Club.
Full Results:- Netherton Sports and Social Club 8 Bulls Head 1, The Widders 4 Brickmakers Arms 5, The Bell 4 White Horse 5, White Swan 3 Pensnett Liberal Club 6, Rose and Crown 3 Springfield Social Club 6, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 6 Fairfield 3.
It was knockout week for the Small Heath Darts League as they held their Captains & Secretaries and League Singles knockouts at the Emerald Club, first up was the Captains and Secretaries Knockout, the first semi saw Neil Parsonage defeat Rob McConnell to secure his place in the final. The second semi brought together Paul Webster and Derek Rivitt, both players produced steady darts, but in the end it was Derek who found the vital doubles for his final place.
In the final it was the better finishing power of Parsonage that earned him the title.
In the Singles Knockout it was that man Neil Parsonage who made the final once again this time to face up to Peter Yardley, the honours going to Neil as he secured yet another title to go with the countless ones he has already won.
The South Birmingham League had semi finals on their agenda and in the Roy Parry Cup there were 5-4 wins for Crown at Shard End and St John’s at the expense of Crown-Forget-Me-Not and Toby Jug.
In the Roy Parry Consolation Cup Punchbowl handed out a 9-0 defeat to Banbury Club and Coleshill Social beat The Trident 6-3.
Full Results:Roy Parry Cup:Semi Finals:- Crown Forget-Me-Not 4 (C.Winters 100,130, B.Cadby 100, W.Naylor 140, M.Gallett 100,131, C.Millward 180,101, M.Birch 105b,140) Crown Shard End 5 N.Parsonage 152b, P.Shipley 100,120,111f,125, A.Hoey 120b,123, M.Cooper 140, J,Prince 109b,100,140), Toby Jug 4 (D.Peebles 138,100) St John’s 5 (T.Lewis 111, B.Harris 100,131, S.Whatmore 115,134, L.O^Donnell 100,120, D.Clinton 140, D.Kingdon 100), Roy Parry Consolation Cup:Semi Finals:- Banbury Club 0 (P.Wilde 134) Punchbowl 9 (M.Tolliss 100, B.Evans 2x100,140), Coleshill Social 6 The Trident 3.
The Pairs Cup finals were on the card for the Forest of Arden Winter League and in the semi’s Iron Horse won 8-4 against Chelmsley Town while Riley’s Red Arrows had a closer 8-7 win over Crown at Olton.
The final, with a 180 from R.Parry saw his team Iron Horse take the title with an 8-6 win over Riley’s Red Arrows.
Full Results:Pairs Cup:Semi Finals:- Chelmsley Town 4 (N.Lumley 180) Iron Horse 8, Crown at Olton 7 (J.Sidwell 120b, J.Norris 100, B.Nixon 125,137,100, T.Steele 100, C.John 100), Riley’s Red Arrows 8 (A.Foulkes 116b, D.Howlett 160,150f, C.Hall 100, B.Twist 140), Final:- Iron Horse 8 (J.Green 100, R.Parry 180) Riley’s Red Arrows 6 (L.Hodges 140, A.Foulkes 100, N.Warner 156b,112b, D.Howlett 140, C.Hall 100, B.Allen 101b).
Jamie Hughes was in brilliant form as he won the Warwickshire playoff for the BDO Men’s Gold Cup. Jamie won through his first three rounds with straight 3-0 victories over Charlie Symons, Steve Ward and Mark Carter. In the semi finals he had a 3-2 victory over Rob Hawker with a superb average of 34.80.
From the other half of the draw Ian McFarlane emerged as Jamie’s final opponent after battling through his games against Antony Allen, Carl Green and then in the last four Adam Smith-Neale with a 29.95 average, all went to the final leg. The final was also a great battle with all the legs going with the darts Jamie the eventual 3-2 winner.
Congratulations also go to Warwickshire’s Trina Gulliver who won the Lincolnshire Ladies Open, she had a tough semi final encounter with Cambridgeshire’s Amanda Abbott which went to the wire, Trina starting the final leg with a 180 before finishing brilliantly on a 152, she then faced West Midlands Sarah Roberts in the final who had earlier taken out Cambridgeshire’s Claire Ball. The final despite some high scoring from Sarah went to Trina with a straight 4-0 scoreline to give Trina a winning average of 26.72.
Former Warwickshire player Graham Hall was the winner of the Bishopsgate Easter Bash with a final victory over West Midlands man Nick Fullwell a climax in what was a great day of darts even though the number of entries were a very disappointing 35 players.
Abbey lost an important game in the Harborne League this week, losing their number one spot after going down 6-3 at home to West Heath Snooker Club who have replaced them at the top with a two point’s advantage. Hillyfields ‘A and Court Oak are now on the same ten points as Abbey.
Full Results:- Weoley Castle WMC 4 Avenue Flights 5, Smethwick Labour Club 2 Hillyfields ‘A’ 7, Abbey 3 West Heath Snooker 6, Hillyfields ‘B’ 2 Court Oak 7, Avenue Social 1 Bartley Green 8.
Wins for the top two teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League, leaders Ashwood beating Shrubbery Cottage 8-1 and second placed Tenth Lock having a 6-3 win over Quarry Bank Conservative Club. Not such good news for third placed Britannia as they lost their home tie with seventh in the table Bird (Wordsley) 6-3.
Full Results:Match 28:- New Inns 1 Brickmakers Arms 8, Crestwood 3 Church Tavern 6, Britannia 4 Bird (Wordsley) 5, Ashwood ‘B’ 8 Shrubbery Cottage 1, The Fox (Lye) 2 Stourbridge RBL 7, Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) 6 Gigmill 3, The Cat (Wordsley) 4 Corn Exchange 5, Kingswinford Conservative Club 3 Plough 6, Ten Arches 6 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 3.
White Horse with a convincing 8-1 result over Chop House took their unbeaten run in the Cradley Tuesday Night League to ten games. Crown ‘A’ kept the pressure on the leaders and remain just two points behind with a 6-3 win against Netherton Sports and Social ‘B’.
Full Results:- Crown ‘A’ 6 Netherton Sports and Social ‘B’ 3, White Horse 8 Chop House 1, Members Club ‘A’ 4 Gate Hangs Well 5, Roost ‘A’ 3 Brickmakers Arms 6, Bulls Head 6 Hawne Lane Tavern 3, Netherton Sports and Social ‘A’ 5 Wheatsheaf 4, Plough and Harrow 4 Roost ‘B’ 5, The Vine 2 Crown ‘B’ 7.
Prince of Wales and Tamworth Motor Spares swapped places in division one of the Pip Club League when the former beat their visitors 5-3 to take over the number three spot.
In the second division J W Belgrave kept their push for the title going with a 10-6 home win over Old Liberal and now have a six points lead plus a game in hand on their nearest rivals Pip Club.
Full Results:Division One:- Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) 8 (Billy Burdett 108f) Wigginton 0, Prince of Wales 5 (Tom Parker 180) Tamworth Motor Spares 3, Birchmoor Club 8 Two Gates Club 0, Division Two:- Globe ‘B’ 4 (Tracy Cordell 133) Pip Club 12 (Ash Luckman 180), J W Belgrave 10 Old Liberal 6, Gate (Amington) 8 Globe ‘A’ 8, Progressive Club 7 Royal Oak 9, Sports Bar ‘180’ 10 Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth) 6.
Members Club ‘A’ suffered their first defeat in seven in the Halesowen Friday Night League this week losing 4-3 at home to The Vine who are fourth in the table and although six points adrift have two games in hand.
Third placed Townsend also lost ground as they were beaten 5-2 at home by Hare and Hounds and are now four points off the top.
Full Results:Match 7:- Members Club ‘A’ 3 The Vine 4 (Rob Pierce 180), Townsend 2 Hare and Hounds 5, Chop House 4 Ex Serviceman’s Club 3, The Laurels 4 Members Club ‘B’ 3.
Three teams are on ten points at the top of division one of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League, ECC, Wednesfield FC and Otter and Vixen, however Wednesfield FC are the only team in the division with a 100% win record they have only played five games compared to the other two having played six.
In division two Pheasant took their undefeated run to six games with a 5-2 win at Red Lion, Boat ‘B’ dropped two places to fourth after going down 5-2 at Old Stags Head who move up one place to sixth.
Full Results:Division One:- Bradmore ‘A’ 2 Riley’s ‘C’ 5, Cabin 4 Village Inn 3, Chillington Club 3 Victoria 4, Dog and Partridge 2 Wednesfield FC 5, ECC 6 Wednesfield Legion ‘A’ 1, Merry Boys 3 Penn Bowling 4, Otter and Vixen 5 Ashmore Inn 2, Railway 2 Bradmore ‘B’ 5, Riley’s ‘D’ 1 Corpus 5, Division Two:- Bird in Hand 2 Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 5, Bull 6 Pendulum 1, Emerald 3 Castle 4, Old Stags Head 5 Boat ‘B’ 2, Red Lion 2 Pheasant 5, Riley’s ‘B’ 7 Woodfield Social 0, Three Crowns 2 Roebuck 5, Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ 3 Riley’s ‘A’ 4, Whitmore Reans WMC 5 Fordhouses CC 2.
Could be a close finish to the Aston League despite current leaders Sportsmans Rest having a four points lead on second placed Red Lion as Sportsmans have played 14 and Red Lion 13, also third placed Kingstanding Ex Serviceman’s come into contention as they are six off the top but have two games in hand.
Riley’s ‘A’ have opened up a two points lead in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League after beating Village Inn 5-2 and Riley’s ‘B’ who were in outright second place lost 4-3 at The Bull and now share joint second with Otter and Vixen who had a 5-2 win at Whitmore Reans WMC, Village Inn have the same 12 points as Otter and Riley’s ‘B.
Full Results:- Brewood RBL 6 Dog and Partridge 1, Bull 4 Riley’s ‘B’ 3, Jones Road 1 Claregate 6, Moreton 5 Woodfield Social 2, Riley’s ‘A’ 5 Village Inn 2, Whitmore Reans WMC 2 Otter and Vixen 5.
A final reminder that Riley’s, Hobs Moat Road, Solihull will be staging an Open Youth Darts Knockout on this coming Sunday all entrants male or female must be under 21, 17 or 14 as at 1st January 2015. There will be singles, doubles and time permitting other competitions, there is a guaranteed prize fund of £100 plus all monies in will be paid out.
Entry to the singles will be £3 and the doubles £6 with registration by 11.00am, match play commencing at midday, for any further information contact Sue Kingdon at or

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