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    McGrath Cup Senior Football Final


    The Kerry team to play Tipperary in the Munster GAA McGrath Cup Final on Saturday next in Tipperary Town at 2:30 shows 6 changes in personnel from the side that defeated Limerick in the semi final on Sunday last:
    Brendan Kealy returns in goal in place of Brian Kelly, Marc Ó Sé, Aidan O’Mahony and Shane Enright resume in the full back line for David Culhane, Michael Moloney and Fionn Fitzgerald, Tomás Ó Sé comes in for the unavailable Killian Young at No. 7 and up front Paul Geaney comes in James O’Donoghue. The team, captained by Anthony Maher, is as follows:
    1. Brendan Kealy (Kilcummin)
    2. Marc Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    3. Aidan O’Mahony (Rathmore)
    4. Shane Enright (Tarbert)
    5. Jonathan Lyne (Killarney Legion)
    6. Jack Sherwood (Firies)
    7. Tomás Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    8. Anthony Maher (Duagh) (Capt)
    9. Bryan Sheehan (St Marys)
    10. Michael Geaney (Dingle)
    11. Darran O’Sullivan (Glenbeigh/Glencar)
    12. Michael O’Donoghue (Spa)
    13. Barry John Keane (Kerins O’Rahillys)
    14. Patrick Curtin (Moyvane)
    15. Paul Geaney (Dingle)
    16. Brian Kelly (Killarney Legion)
    17. David Culhane (Ballylongford)
    18. Andrew Garnett (Spa)
    19. Barry John Walsh (Kerins O’Rahillys)
    20. Paul Murphy (Rathmore)
    21. Breandán Kelliher (Dingle)


    Note: In addition to those recovering from injury, Kieran Donaghy (Honeymoon) and those players who have already taken part in the McGrath Cup with their Colleges, the Dr Crokes Players are now Club Tied and neither Killian Young nor James O’Donoghue were available for selection this weekend. Three of the Under 21 panel have beed added to the substitutes list.



    SATURDAY JANUARY 26TH
    Kerry v Tipperary
    Venue: Sean Treacy Park Tipperary Town @ 2:30pm
    Referee: James Bermingham (Cork)
    Extra time if necessary

    Admission Prices:
    Adults: €10
    Students/OAPs €5
    Under 16's admitted free


    Kerry
    Tipperary
    2012 McGrath Cup Performance
    Did not take part
    Defeated LIT, WIT and UCC before losing to Cork in Final
    No of McGrath Cup Senior Football titles
    3
    3
    Last McGrath Cup Senior Football Title
    2011
    2003
    McGrath Cup Senior Football Record since 2000
    Played-16
    Won-14
    Lost-2
    Drawn-0
    Played-25
    Won-13
    Lost-12
    Drawn-0

    Last meeting in the McGrath Cup
    2010 Semi-final - January 24th Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney
    Kerry 0-13 to Tipperary 1-9
    Kerry: B Kealy; P Reidy, T Griffin, A O’Connell; M Corridan (0-1), A O’Mahony, K Young; S Scanlon (0-2), M Quirke; D Walsh (0-2), Declan O’Sullivan (0-2), B Looney; K O’Leary (0-1, free), K Donaghy, P O’Connor (0-4, three frees).
    Subs: P Galvin for B Looney (half-time), J O’Donoghue for K O’Leary (50 mins), BJ Keane (0-1) for D O’Sullivan (50 mins), Alan O’Sullivan for S Scanlon (58 mins)

    Tipperary: P Fitzgerald; C Morrissey, N Curran, A Morrissey; C McGrath, R Costigan, C Aylward; G Hannigan (1-0), C Dillon; S Carey, S Hahessy (0-1, free), P Acheson; C Sweeney (0-4, frees), B Coen, B Grogan (0-1).
    Subs: A Rockett (0-1) for C Dillon (28 mins), S Grogan (0-2) for S Hahessy (half-time), J Cagney for S Carey (39 mins), H Coghlan for C McGrath (50 mins), E Kearney for P Acheson (58 mins).

    Fixtures and Results

    Preliminary Round
    Saturday January 5th
    @ Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney, Kerry 4-22 IT Tralee 0-10

    Sunday January 6th
    @ Miltown-Malbay,Clare 1-19 LIT 1-2
    @ Cork IT GAA Grounds,Cork 1-15 CIT 0-10

    Quarter-Finals
    Sunday January 13th

    @ Foynes,Limerick 2-16 Clare 2-13 (after extra time)
    @ Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, Kerry 2-12 UCC 0-10
    @ Pairc Ui Rinn, Tipperary 2-9 Cork 1-9
    @ WIT GAA Grounds Carriganore, Waterford 0-16 University of Limerick 0-12 (after extra time)

    Semi-Finals
    Sunday January 20th

    @ Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney, Kerry 3-17 Limerick 1-11
    @ Sean Treacy Park Tipperary Town, Tipperary 1-12 Waterford 2-8 (after extra time)

    Final (Extra time)
    Saturday January 26th

    @ Sean Treacy Park Tipperary Town, Kerry v Tipperary @ 2:30pm


    McGrath Cup Senior Football - Odds and Ends

    Since 2000, Kerry have won 14 of their 16 matches (a 88% success rate - best of any county). In the same period, Cork’s McGrath Cup success rate is 85% with 17 wins out of 20 in the competition.

    Tipperary is the only team to have won at least 1 match in the last 4 years of the McGrath Cup with a 73% record during that period, Won 8 Lost 3.

    In the 9 games to date in the 2013 McGrath Cup, there has been an average of 2.6 goals per game. This compares with 2.4 goals per match in 2012 and 1.4 goals per match in 2011.

    The record of the Third Level Colleges in the McGrath Cup since entering in 2005 is Won 21, Lost 49 (30% success rate). None of the six colleges have a winning record in the competition during that period. UCC have the best record, winning 7 of their 16 matches (44% success rate) while UL have won 5 of their 13 matches (38% success rate).

    Since 2011, the record of Third Level Colleges when playing an Inter-County team in the McGrath Cup is Won 2, Lost 16 (11% success rate)

    Kerry have not lost a match in the McGrath Cup since the 2006 final where the Kingdom lost to Cork by 1-9 to 0-6 at Pairc Ui Rinn.

    Tipperary’s last victory over Kerry in the McGrath Cup came on January 16th 2005 - 1-10 to 0-8 was the final scoreline in a Quarter-Final match played in Clonmel Sportsfield. See the teams and scorers below -

    Scorers: Tipperary: D. Browne 1-5 (0-3 frees, 0-1 45); D. O’Brien, P. Morrissey, E. Hanrahan, J. Shanahan, P. Cahill 0-1 each. Kerry: D. Quill 0-4 (0-2 frees); R. O’Connor, M. O Se, A. O’Mahony, P. Kelly 0-1 each.

    Tipperary: B. Enright; D. Byrne, N. Curran, P. King; P. Morrissey, N. Fitzgerald, R. Costigan; E. Hanrahan, K. Mulryan; A. Fitzgerald, F. O’Callaghan, P. Cahill; J. Shanahan, D. Browne, D. O’Brien.
    Subs: T. Doyle for O’Brien; L. England for Cahill; S. Collum for Fitzgerald; B. Hahessy for Costigan.

    Kerry: K. Cremin; P. Reidy, S. O’Sullivan, M. Lyons; B. Guiney, A. O’Mahony, M. O Se; S. Scanlon, K. Donaghy; P. Kelly, N. Kennelly, D. O’Dwyer; D. Quill, R. O’Connor, D. Doona.
    Subs: E. Brosnan for Scanlon; D. O’Sullivan for D. O’Dwyer; A. O’Sullivan for Kennelly; A. O’Connell for S. O’Sullivan; D. Daly for Donaghy.

    Referee: Martin Collins (Cork)


    McGrath Cup Senior Football Roll Of Honour

    Clare (12) – 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2008

    Cork (6) – 1998, 1999, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012

    Limerick (5) – 1985, 1987, 2001, 2004, 2005

    Kerry (3) – 1996, 2010, 2011

    Tipperary (3) – 1989, 1993, 2003

    Waterford (1)
    - 1981

    London (1)
    - 1988

    Visit the Munster GAA web site History section to view the complete Roll of Honour since the competition began in 1981 - Munster GAA

    McGrath Cup
    Presented by Joe McGrath on June 21st, 1981 for the promotion of Senior Football in Munster


    Kerry


    Cork


    Tipperary


    Year
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    2012



    3


    3
    1

    2011
    4


    2
    1

    1
    1

    2010
    4





    2
    1

    2009



    4



    1

    2008







    1

    2007



    3



    1

    2006
    3
    1

    4


    1
    1

    2005

    1


    1

    1
    1

    2004







    1

    2003






    2


    2002







    1

    2001






    1
    1

    2000







    1

    Total
    11
    2
    0
    16
    2
    0
    11
    12
    0


    Clare


    Waterford


    Limerick


    Year
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    2012
    1
    1


    1


    1

    2011
    3
    1

    1
    1


    1

    2010

    1


    1


    1

    2009

    1

    2
    1


    1

    2008
    4



    1

    2
    1

    2007

    1


    1

    3
    1

    2006

    1


    1

    1
    1

    2005

    1


    1

    4


    2004
    1
    1


    1

    2


    2003
    1
    1


    1


    1

    2002
    2


    1
    1


    1

    2001

    1


    1

    2


    2000
    3


    1
    1


    1

    Total
    15
    10
    0
    5
    13
    0
    15
    10
    0


    UCC


    CIT


    IT Tralee


    Year
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    2012
    1
    1
    0
    1
    1
    0
    1
    1
    0
    2011
    0
    1

    0
    1


    1

    2010
    2
    1

    1
    1


    1

    2009
    1
    1


    1


    1

    2008

    1

    1
    1


    1
    0
    2007
    2
    1


    1


    1

    2006
    1
    1


    1


    1

    2005

    1

    3
    1

    1
    1

    2004









    2003









    2002









    2001









    2000









    Total
    7
    8

    6
    8

    2
    8




    LIT


    WIT


    UL


    Year
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    Won
    Lost
    Drawn
    2012

    1


    1


    1

    2011

    1


    1


    1

    2010

    1


    1


    1

    2009

    1


    1

    3
    1

    2008
    1
    1


    1

    1
    1

    2007




    1

    1
    1

    2006




    1


    1

    2005




    1




    2004









    2003









    2002









    2001









    2000









    Total
    1
    5
    0
    0
    8
    0
    5
    7
    0



    Kerry 3-17 Limerick 1-11


    Kerry cruised to an emphatic twelve points victory over Limerick (3-17 to 1-11) at Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday last before a fine attendance of 1,318 to qualify for the McGrath Cup final against Tipperary next weekend.

    Five minutes into the second half Limerick had cut Kerry’s seven points half time lead to just three points, however thereafter, Kerry hit 1-10 with just five points in reply to run out very easy winners indeed.

    Kerry, with points from James O’Donoghue (2), Michael Geaney and Barry John Keane, to one in reply from Danny Neville, led by 4 points to 1 at the end of the first quarter and the score was 6 points to 3 when Darran O’Sullivan took a pass from James O’Donoghue to blast a trade mark goal for the homeside in the 29th minute. Derry O’Connor and James O’Meara reduced the deficit but soon after James O’Donoghue got in for another goal to leave Kerry in the driving seat at the break, 2-7 to 6 points.

    Limerick resumed in determined fashion and Darragh Treacy went through for a fine goal in the 40th minute to be followed by a point from Ian Ryan to leave just three points between the sides.

    However, as already stated, Limerick’s resistance wilted thereafter and James O’Donoghue’s second goal at the three quarter stage killed the game off as a contest. Ian Ryan did find the target with three pointed frees for the visitors but it was a case of too little too late.

    James O’Donoghue, with 2-5 to his credit was Kerry’s top marksman while the return to action of Bryan Sheehan pleased the hardy Kerry following who braved the harsh weather conditions. These competitive games should benefit Kerry in the lead up to the National League fixtures away to Mayo on February 3rd and home to Dublin on the following Sunday.



    Kerry:
    Brian Kelly (Killarney Legion), David Culhane (Ballylongford), Michael Moloney (Dr Crokes), Fionn Fitzgerald, Capt, (Dr Crokes), Jonathan Lyne (Legion), Jack Sherwood (Firies), Killian Young (Renard), Anthony Maher (Duagh), Bryan Sheehan 0-2 (St Marys), Mikey Geaney 0-3 (Dingle), Darran O’Sullivan 1-1 (Glenbeigh/Glencar), Michael O’Donoghue 0-2 (Spa), James O’Donoghue 2-5 (Killarney Legion), Patrick Curtin 0-1 (Moyvane), Barry John Keane 0-3 (Kerins O’Rahillys). Subs: Kieran O’Leary (Dr Crokes), Tomás Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht), Aidan O’Mahony (Rathmore), Brian Looney (Dr Crokes), Andrew Garnett (Spa).

    Limerick:
    Brian Scanlan, Cian Cody, Johnny McCarthy, Michael Sheehan, Lorcan O’Dwyer (0-1), Paudie Browne, James O’Meara (0-1), Thomas Lee, Bobby O’Brien, John Riordan (0-1), Darragh Treacy (1-0), Seamus O’Carroll, Danny Neville (0-1), Derry O’Connor (0-1), Ian Ryan (0-6). Subs: Sean Sheehan, Paul Kinnerk, Denis O’Dea, Mike O’Keeffe, Brendan McCarthy.

    Referee: Conor Lane (Cork)


    Munster GAA McGrath Cup Semi Final


    The Kerry Senior Football Team to play Limerick in the Munster GAA McGrath Cup Semi Final in Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday shows 5 changes from the side that saw action in the Quarter Finals on Sunday last. Brian Kelly comes into goal in place of Brendan Kealy, Aidan O’Mahony takes over at full back from Michael Moloney, there is a new midfield partnership in Anthony Maher and Bryan Sheehan who replace Johnny Buckley and Kieran Donaghy and the one change up front sees James O’Donoghue replace Kieran O’Leary.
    The team captained by Fionn Fitzgerald is as follows:
    1. Brian Kelly (Killarney Legion)
    2. Marc Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    3. Aidan O’Mahony (Rathmore)
    4. Fionn Fitzgerald (Dr Crokes) (Captain)
    5. Jonathan Lyne (Killarney Legion)
    6. Jack Sherwood (Firies)
    7. Killian Young (Renard)
    8. Anthony Maher (Duagh)
    9. Bryan Sheehan (St Marys)
    10. Michael Geaney (Dingle)
    11. Darran O’Sullivan (Glenbeigh/Glencar)
    12. Michael O’Donoghue (Spa)
    13. James O’Donoghue (Killarney Legion)
    14. Patrick Curtin Moyvane)
    15. Paul Geaney (Dingle)
    16. Brendan Kealy (Kilcummin)
    17. Tomás Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    18. Kieran O’Leary (Dr Crokes)
    19. Michael Moloney (Dr Crokes)
    20. Barry John Keane (Kerins O’Rahillys)
    21. David Culhane (Ballylongford)
    22. Andrew Garnett (Spa)
    23. Brian Looney (Dr Crokes)
    24. Shane Enright (Tarbert)

    Manager: Eamonn Fitzmaurice
    Trainer/Selector: Cian O’Neill
    Selectors: Diarmuid Murphy, Mikey Sheehy.



    Munster GAA McGrath Cup Quarter Final

    Kerry 2-12 UCC 0-10

    Kerry eased their way into the semi final of the McGrath Cup with victory over a stubborn UCC side at Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday. The visitors got off to the better start and were three points to the good inside the opening four minutes with points from Kerry players Conor Cox and Gavin O’Grady and another from Brian Coughlan. Darran O’Sullivan opened Kerry’s account in the 8th minute from a free, one of four points in as many minutes for the home side, to give Kerry the lead and soon after came the possible turning point of the game when Brendan Kealy saved well from Gavin O’Grady and Kerry worked the ball downfield for Patrick Curtin to finish to the net at the other end. Two minutes later Curtin had the ball in the net again after good work by Kieran O’Leary and three further points from Paul Geaney (2), and Johnny Buckley saw Kerry lead by 2-7 to 0-5 at the break.

    Conor Cox, who is a member of Darragh Ó Sé’s Under 21 side, and who had a fine game for the visitors added two points on the resumption but further points from O’Leary, Buckley and Curtin had Kerry in the driving seat at the three quarter stage (2-10 to 0-7). Thereafter both sides introduced a near full complement of substitutes and after Barry John Keane and Michael O’Donoghue added points, it was left once again to Conor Cox to add a couple of points for UCC to close the scoring.

    Kerry will now play Limerick in the semi final on Sunday next at a Kerry venue.

    Kerry:
    Brendan Kealy (Kilcummin), Marc Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht), Michael Moloney (Dr Crokes), Fionn Fitzgerald (Dr Crokes), Jonathan Lyne (Killarney Legion), Jack Sherwood (Firies), Killian Young (Renard), Kieran Donaghy (Austin Stacks), Johnny Buckley 0-2 (Dr Crokes), Mikey Geaney 0-1 (Dingle), Darran O’Sullivan 0-1 (Glenbeigh/Glencar), Michael O’Donoghue 0-1 (Spa), Kieran O’Leary 0-1 (Dr Crokes), Patrick Curtin 2-2 (Moyvane), Paul Geaney 0-3 (Dingle). Subs: Tomás Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht), Aidan O’Mahony (Rathmore), Paul O’Connor (Kenmare), Barry John Keane 0-1 (Kerins O’Rahillys), Andrew Garnett (Spa).

    UCC:
    Sean Mellett, Jamie O’Sullivan, Philip Galvin, Fergal McNamara, Peter Crowley, Niall Daly, Tom Clancy, Peter Acheson, Darragh O’Sullivan, Kevin O’Driscoll. Brain Coughlan (0-1), JB Spillane, Conor Cox (0-8), Eoghan Buckley, Gavin O’Grady (0-1). Subs:Mark Reen, Padraig Lucey, Shane Power.




    The Kerry Team to play UCC in the Quarter Final of the Munster GAA McGrath Cup on Sunday next in Fitzgerald Stadium at 2 pm shows 3 changes in personnel from the side that defeated IT Tralee in the last Round:
    Brendan Kealy comes in to goal instead of Brian Kelly,
    Mike Moloney comes into the full back line in place of Shane Enright
    Kieran O’Leary, who captains the side takes over at right corner forward from his Dr Crokes clubmate, Brian Looney.

    The team is as follows:

    1. Brendan Kealy (Kilcummin)
    2. Marc Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    3. Michael Moloney ( Dr Crokes)
    4. Fionn Fitzgerald ( Dr Crokes)
    5. Jonathan Lyne (Killarney Legion)
    6. Jack Sherwood (Firies)
    7. Killian Young (Renard)
    8. Kieran Donaghy (Austin Stacks)
    9. Johnny Buckley (Dr Crokes)
    10. Michael Geaney (Dingle)
    11. Darran O’Sullivan (Glenbeigh/Glencar)
    12. Michael O’Donoghue (Spa)
    13. Kieran O’Leary ( Dr Crokes) (Captain)
    14. Patrick Curtin (Moyvane)
    15. Paul Geaney (Dingle)
    16. Brian Kelly (Killarney Legion)
    17. Tomás Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    18. Brian Looney (Dr Crokes)
    19. Shane Enright (Tarbert)
    20. Paul O’Connor (Kenmare)
    21. Barry John Keane ( Kerins O’Rahillys)
    22. David Culhane (Ballylongford)
    23. Andrew Garnett (Spa)
    24. Aidan O’Mahony (Rathmore)

    Manager: Eamonn Fitzmaurice
    Trainer/Selector: Cian O’Neill
    Selectors: Diarmuid Murphy, Mikey Sheehy.




    Kerry 4 – 22 IT Tralee 0-10


    Eamonn Fitzmaurice got his Kerry managerial career off to the perfect start when The Kingdom proved too strong for IT Tralee in Fitzgerald Stadium on Saturday evening. IT did get the better start but failed to convert an abundance of possession and once Paul Geaney struck for the first of his goals in the 5th minute the writing was on the wall for the students. Two further goals from the Geaneys, Michael and Paul, saw Kerry lead by 3-9 to 0-4 at the break.

    A goal and a point on the resumption from Patrick Curtin ensured that there would be no way back for the Tralee side, who despite being outplayed, battled on gamely picking off some nice points from the likes of Shane Carroll, Alan O’Donoghue and Sean McCarthy.

    Kerry:
    Brian Kelly (Killarney Legion), Fionn Fitzgerald (Dr Crokes), Marc Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht), Shane Enright (Tarbert), Jonathan Lyne (Legion), Jack Sherwood (Firies), Killian Young (Renard), Kieran Donaghy (Austin Stacks), Johnny Buckley 0-3 (Dr Crokes), (Captain), Mikey Geaney 1-1 (Dingle), Darran O’Sullivan 0-1 (Glenbeigh/Glencar), Michael O’Donoghue (Spa), Brian Looney 0-3 (Dr Crokes), Patrick Curtin 1-5 (Moyvane), Paul Geaney 2-4 (Dingle). Subs: Tomás Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht), David Culhane (Ballylongford), Paul O’Connor 0-3 (Kenmare), Barry John Keane 0-1 (Kerins O’Rahillys), Andrew Garnett (Spa).

    IT Tralee:
    Paul O’Sullivan, Cian Farrell, Joe Scully, David Larkin, Sean McCarthy (0-1), Giles O’Grady, Michael Brosnan, Ruairi deane (0-1), Damien Sommers, Darren Wallace (0-1), Ian Corbett, Brendan Poff (0-1), Alan O’Donoghue (0-3 Fr), Shane Carroll (0-2), Barry O’Hare. Subs: Dan Cahalane, Daniel Murphy, Sean Killeen (0-1), David Mannix, Niall Curran.




    Munster GAA McGrath Preliminary Round

    The Kerry Team to play Tralee IT in the Preliminary Round of the Munster GAA McGrath Cup on Saturday next in Fitzgerald Stadium at 2 pm is as follows:

    1. Brian Kelly (Killarney Legion)
    2. Fionn Fitzgerald (Dr Crokes)
    3. Marc Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    4. Shane Enright (Tarbert)
    5. Jonathan Lyne (Legion)
    6. Jack Sherwood (Firies)
    7. Killian Young (Renard)
    8. Kieran Donaghy (Austin Stacks)
    9. Johnny Buckley (Dr Crokes( (Captain)
    10. Mikey Geaney (Dingle)
    11. Darran O’Sullivan (Glenbeigh/Glencar)
    12. Michael O’Donoghue (Spa)
    13. Brian Looney (Dr Crokes)
    14. Patrick Curtin (Moyvane)
    15. Paul Geaney (Dingle)

    Subs:
    16. Brendan Kealy (Kilcummin)
    17. Tomás Ó Sé (An Gaeltacht)
    18. David Culhane (Ballylongford)
    19. Paul O’Connor (Kenmare)
    20. Barry John Keane (Kerins O’Rahillys)
    21. Andrew Garnett (Spa)

    Manager: Eamonn Fitzmaurice; Trainer/Selector: Cian O’Neill; Selectors: Diarmuid Murphy, Mikey Sheehy.


    Among those Unavailable are the following:

    Eoin Brosnan, Colm Cooper & Kieran O'Leary (All Dr Crokes) and Paul Galvin (Finuge) - AIB Club Championship tied.

    Aidan O'Mahony (Rathmore), David Moran (Kerins O'Rahillys) & Declan O'Sullivan (Piarsaigh na Dromoda) - Recovering from Injury.
    Anthony Maher (Duagh), Peter Crowley (Laune Rangers) & James O'Donoghue (Killarney Legion) - Club/Colleges tied

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