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Pembrokeshire County Show – Day 3 Results

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THE THIRD and final day of the Pembrokeshire County Show is here, and the crowds are packing Withybush Showground.

We will be at the show all day and updating this story with live results as they come in.

Be sure to keep checking back here for the latest updates.

GWARTHEG AYRSHIRE CATTLE

Class 1 – Maiden heifer, under 18 months on day of the show
1st Mr & Mrs P G & S G A Williams, Willhome Barney Pansy 3
2nd Mr & Mrs R P & K J Granville, Longwood Prime Crummie

Class 2 – Heifer in-calf due to calve before the age of 3 years
1st Mr & Mrs P G & S G A Williams, Willhome Elpaso Victoria
2nd Mr & Mrs P G & S G A Williams, Willhome Barney Mitzy
3rd Mr & Mrs R P & K J Granville, Longwood Woodraw Eunice

Class 9 – Progeny group, three females by the same sire and owned by the exhibitor
1st Mr & Mrs P G & S G A Williams
2nd Mr & Mrs P G & S G A Williams

Class 11 – Best group of three animals owned by the same exhibitor
1st Mr & Mrs P G & S G A Williams
2nd Mr & Mrs P G & S G A Williams

BLACK WELSH MOUNTAIN SHEEP

289 – Ram any age, other than ram lamb
1st Miss Bethan E Davies
2nd Mr Morgan
3rd Mrs Megan Nicholls

Class 290 – Ram lamb
1st – Miss Bethan E Davies
2nd Mr Morgan
3rd Mr Tomos Young

Class 291 – Ewe any age, other than ewe lamb
1st Miss Bethan E Davies
2nd Mr Morgan
3rd Miss Bethan E Davies

Class 292 – Ewe lamb
1st Miss Bethan E Davies
2nd Mr Morgan
3rd Miss Bethan E Davies

Class 293 – Best pair of ewes
1st Miss Bethan E Davies
2nd Mr Tomos Young
3rd Mr Morgan

Class 294 – Best group of three animals owned by the same exhibitor
1st Miss Bethan E Davies
2nd Mr Morgan
3rd Mr Tomos Young

PURE BRED ARAB HORSES

Class 695 – Pure bred Arab, stallion, barren mare, brood mare with own foal at foot or gelding four years and over
1st Bychans Arabians, Psynergy

Class 697 – Pure bred Arab, yearling, two or three years old
1st Bychan Arabians, Bahirah

Class 698 – Pure bred Arab to be shown under saddle, four years old or over
1st Mrs S Williams, Chestnut

WORKING HUNTERS

Class 739 – Working hunter
1st Miss Sian David, General Law
2nd Mr & Mrs Charles & Lorna Morgan, Cruising On
3rd Mrs S Bradley-Higham, Bebop Burnt Toast

Class 740 – Local working hunter owned and stabled in Pembrokeshire
1st Mrs S Bradley-Higham, Bebop Burnt Toast
2nd Mrs G Davies, Brechfa Cai
3rd Mallards Reach Equestrian, Noble Hotspot

OPEN SHOW HUNTER PONIES

Class 753 – Leading rein pony of show hunter type mare or gelding, four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms
1st Miss Nicola Davies, Cwmmeudwy Bitw Bach
2nd Miss Rebecca Faulkner, Seaview April
3rd r P Hodds Bushen, Withhill Wimsical

Class 754 – First ridden pony of show hunter type mare or gelding, four years old and over, not exceeding 122cms
1st Ms Abbi Vaughan, Rock N Roll N Roo
2nd Mr P Hodds Bushen, Witchhill Wimsical
3rd Mrs Claire Morgan, Airyhope Foxglove

RETRAINING OF RACEHORSES

Class 770  – The ROR/TBA retrained racehorse challenge
1st Mr & Mrs P & D Mathias, Lydstep Hills
2nd Mrs Kayleigh Davies, Siurtain H Aon
3rd Mrs Claire Griffiths, Billybo

Class 774 – The RoR jockey club novice ridden show horse class
1st Miss Lucy Llewellyn-Griffiths, Cono
2nd Miss Philippa Hughes, Activation
3rd Mrs Sharon Pallas, William Hogarth

Class 777 – RoR tattersalls thoroughbred show series qualifier 2017
1st Mr Kristian Hanmer, Time On Your Hands
2nd Miss Abbie Dark, Dhaka Dazzle
3rd Hannah Chisman, Nicene Creed

RIDDEN COB

Class 795 – Open riding cob class (unaffiliated) mare or gelding four years old or over
1st Miss Sara Williams, Palmanyola
2nd Ms Samantha Hitchcock
3rd Mrs N Davies, Red Marley

SPORT HORSES

Class 808 – The blue chip flat ridden sport horse class
1st Mallards Reach Equestrian, Miss Velvet Brown
2nd Mrs J Hayman, Even Tide
3rd Miss Lucy Llewellyn, Hugo

Class 810 – Sport horse brood mare with foal at foot
1st Rockstar Sports Horses, Rockstar Dido
2nd Ms Sarah Marie, Cilrhedryn Black Lady
3rd Rockstar Sports Horses, Rockstar Dixi

Class 812 – Sport horse foal
1st Rockstar SPorts Horse, Rockstar Shine The Light
2nd Ms Sarah Marie Turpin, Polo’s Designer Baby

Class 813 – Sport horse yearling
1st Mrs L Williams, Cudlic Anatascia
2nd Mrs Val Rees, Aubrey’s Delight

Class 814 – Sport horse two year old
1st Mrs G Davies, Brechfa Berwen
2nd Mrs L Williams, Cudlic Hugo A Go Go

Class 815 – Sport horse three year old
1st Mr C H Upham, Libris Topspin
2nd Mrs Sarah Davies, Foxcourt Dewi Sant
3rd Miss Rachel James, Owain Glyndwr

CHILDREN’S RIDING PONIES

Class 819 – BSPS leading rein pony mare or gelding, four years old or over, not exceeding 122cms
1st Miss Rebecca Faulkner, Cosford Perdina
2nd Miss S E Whitfield, Barkway Tiara
3rd Mrs Joyce Canton, Barkway Music Boy

Class 821 – BSPS first ridden pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122cms
1st Mrs Claire Morgan, Airyhope Foxglove
2nd Mrs Sherrill Bushen & Mr P Hodds,Witchhill Wimsical
3rd Mr Howell Thomas, Cadlan Valley Honeysuckle

Class 825 – BSPS show pony mare or gelding, four years old and over, not exceeding 128cms
1st Miss Charlotte Devonald, Havens Louis Louis
2nd Mrs Anne Pritchard-Simmons

Class 827 – BSPS show pony mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 138cms but not exceeding 148cms
1st Miss Claire Walsh, Romanno Hot Spot
2nd Miss Susannah Nolan, Miss Flight
3rd Mrs Anne Prichard-Simmons, Cupidhill Caprice

Class 834 – BSPS mixed height intermediate show riding type mare or gelding, four years old and exceeding 146cms but not exceeding 158cms
1st Mrs Gill Davies, Miss Flight
2nd Miss A Frances, Toncynffig Liberal Illuminaire
3rd Mrs Anne Pritchard-Simmons, Lowland Sahnaya

Class 835 – Best child rider
1st Mrs Melanie James, Bluerock Amethyst
2nd Mystic Maid of Martell, Rider: Jess Pritchard
3rd Mrs Joyce Canton, Helawi Capricious

IN HAND HUNTER

Class 857 – Brood mare any weight with own foal at foot
1st Mrs Charlotte Owen, Tarr Rosemary
2nd R D Rees, Heatherston Echo
3rd Rockstar Sports Horses, Rockstar Miss Dynamite

Class 861 – Colt or filly foal the progeny of mare in class 857
1st Mrs Charlotte Owen, Foal
2nd R D Rees, Heatherton Foal
3rd Rockstar Sports Horses, Rockstar Shine The Light

Class 865 – Two year old gelding or filly calculated to make a Hunter
1st Mr & Mrs Richard Thomas, Mississippi II
2nd Mr Patrick Evans, Redberth Sea Commander
3rd Mr A Bowen, Tyla Morris Bushmills Magic

Class 866 – Three year old gelding calculated to make a Hunter
1st Mr C H Upham, Libris Topspin
2nd Mr Patrick Evans, Redberth Sea Lord
3rd Mrs L Williams, Cudlic Spartacus

Class 867 – Three year old filly calculated to make a Hunter
1st Mr & Mrs P J McDonald, Addimaddy
2nd Mrs L Williams, Cudlic Maia

THE NATIVE BSPS CHAMPIONSHIP OPEN RIDDEN CLASSES

Class 876
1st Miss Frankie Currell, Ledbury Regent
2nd Mrs Alison Evans, Anchor Homeymeade

Class 877 
1st Mrs Sarah Parker, Cadlanvalley Mr Bojangles
2nd Miss S E Whitfield, Griashall Lara
3rd Mrs Alison Evans, Priestwood Superted

Class 878 
1st Mrs Sarah Parker, Wynbrook Playfair
2nd Mr David Thomas, Rhyd-ddu Sinclair
3rd Dewicwrt Stud, Hafodyrnys Braveheart

Class 879 
1st Mrs M Alford, Nire Valley Charlie
2nd Mrs Sarah Parker, Culmore Silver
3rd Miss S E Whitfield, Tempo Kathy

Class 880 
1st Mrs Jenny Crane, Murthwaite Windrush
2nd Mrs Kate Wilson, Tarbarl Mary Jane
3rd Mrs G Surman, Hatcliff Barley Sugar

Class 881 
1st Miss Bethan Simons, Ballynacoy Prince
2nd Mallards Reach Equestrian, Nebo Davina
3rd Miss Lauren Paynter, Soden Gwynfor

SIDE SADDLE

Class 890 – Concours d’elegance
1st Mrs G L Rees, Banjo II
2nd Mrs Loretta Niblo, Irish Imp
3rd Ms Helen Thomas, Summer Time Lady Too

Class 897 – Costume concours d’elegance 
1st Miss Rose Sinclair James, Half Irish
2nd Mrs Val Rees Zebedeem, Blue & White
3rd Ms Trish Daly, Oscar

COLOURED HORSES & PONY

Class 715 – CHAPS (UK) non-native open ridden qualifier, four years old and over, any height
1st Karin John, Mississippi Mudpie
2nd Miss Frankie Currell, Mead Moor Miss Marple
3rd Mrs Gill Davies, Fivale Mighty Quin

Class 716 – CHAPS (UK) native/cob/traditional open ridden qualifier, four years old and over, any height
1st Miss S E Whitfield, Correlli
2nd Ms Karen Faith, SD Texas
3rd Ms Marie Anthony Isaac, Cwmdistaw Worrier

Class 719 – CHAPS (UK) native/cob/traditional open in-hand qualifier, any height, any age, no foals
1st Mrs Claire Ewards, Panteryrod Bentley
2nd Mrs Claire Edwards, Mccartney’s Daisy May
3rd Miss Rhian Jones, Master Guitar Man

MODERN BREED PIGS

Boar born in or before 2016
1st Hideaway Farm Meats Ltd, SILVESTRIS CHAMPION TURK

Boar born in 2017
1st Owens & Son, Messrs G L & J E  LLETTY LEO
2nd Evans & Son, Mr & Mrs T GOLDFOOT JAMES 116

Sow born before 1st July 2016 
1st Owens & Son, Messrs G L & J E    FINNTON VEGA
2nd Hideaway Farm Meats Ltd    HIDEAWAY MAPLE 512
3rd Hideaway Farm Meats Ltd    HIDEAWAY MAPLE 514

Gilt born on or after 1st July 2016 
1st Hideaway Farm Meats Ltd      HIDEAWAY MAPLE 537
2nd Hideaway Farm Meats Ltd     MILKWOOD LUCKY GIRL

Gilt born in 2017 
1st Evans & Son, Mr & Mrs T, GOLDFOOT LUCKY GIRL 1281
2nd Hideaway Farm Meats Ltd, HIDEAWAY WILLING 605
3rd Owens & Son, Messrs G L & J E, LLETTY CORDEILA

Best pair of one male & female pig, the property of the same exhibitor 
1st Hideaway Farm Meats Ltd
2nd Evans & Son, Mr & Mrs T
3rd Owens & Son, Messrs G L & J E

P.A.S. Champion and Reserve Champion
1st Owens & Son, Messrs G L & J E, LLETTY LEO
2nd Owens & Son, Messrs G L & J E, FINNTON VEGA

“Panteg” cup
1st Owens & Son, Messrs G L & J E, LLETTY LEO

TRADITIONAL BREEDS

Born in or before 2016
1st Nicholas, A & S, FAIRYBANK RANGER 2

Boar born in 2017 
1st  Everitt, Mr & Mrs R J & J E, HEMSBROOK SAMBO 873
2nd Georgiou, Mr & Dr Mike And Lucy, GWYNDY GOLDEN ARROW
3rd Nicholas, A & S, FAIRYBANK ROYAL STANDARD

Sow born before July 1 2016
1st  Nicholas, A & S, FAIRYBANK MELODY 9
2nd Ballard, Mr Dennis, KINECROFT DOLLY
3rd Smith, Messrs A & T, TRAUSMAWR DOREEN 3

Gilt born on or after 1st July 2016
1st  Mr & Dr Mike And Lucy, GWYNDY DINAH 6
2nd Everitt, Mr & Mrs R J & J E, HEMSBROOK MURIEL 862
3rd Smith, Messrs A & T, TRAUSMAWR MATILDA

Gilt born in 2017
1st  Smith, Messrs A & T, BILLQUAY GRANDEUR 843A
2nd  Everitt, Mr & Mrs R J & J E, HEMSBROOK MURIEL 862
3rd  Nicholas, A & S, FAIRYBANK MELODY 42

Best pair of one male & female pig, the property of the same exhibitor
1st  Nicholas, A & S, Narberth
2nd  Everitt, Mr & Mrs R J & J E, Haverfordwest
3rd  Georgiou, Mr & Dr Mike And Lucy, Narberth

P.A.S. Champion and Reserve Champion rosettes will be awarded to the Champion and Reserve Champion
Champion – Georgiou, Mr & Dr Mike And Lucy, GWYNDY DINAH
Reserve Champion – Messrs A & T, BILLQUAY GRANDEUR

KUNE KUNE PIGS

Boar born in or before 2016
1st Stevens, Mrs Dawn, WILLOW TUTAKI 111
2nd Pencommins Pigs, MOONRAKERS ANDREW 1

Boar born in 2017
1st Stevens, Mrs Dawn, KINECROFT TUTAKI

Sow born before July 1 2016
1st Pencommins Pigs, BLAENFFOS REBECCA GINA
2nd Stevens, Mrs Dawn, KINECROFT SALLY XIV

Gilt born on or after July 1 2016
1st Pencommins Pigs, PENCOMMINS REBECCA GINA 8
2nd Pencommins Pigs, Pencommins Awakino 1
3rd Stevens, Mrs Dawn, OAK VIEW JENNY 7

Gilt born in 2017
1st  Stevens, Mrs Dawn KINECROFT SALLY

Best pair of one male & one female pig, the property of the same exhibitor
1st Pencommins Pigs, MOONRAKERS ANDREW 1

P.A.S. Champion and Reserve Champion
Champion – Pencommins Pigs, PENCOMMINS REBECCA GINA 8
Reserve Champion – Pencommins Pigs, BLAENFFOS REBECCA GINA

 

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Fr. Liam Bradley to become Lead Chaplain for Dyfed-Powys Police

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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH in Haverfordwest will see some changes over the coming weeks as Father Liam Bradley, who has been the parish priest for seven years is to move from his post to become the Lead Chaplain for Dyfed-Powys Police.

From Cardiff, Archbishop George Stack said in a statement: “Fr. Liam Bradley has given outstanding service as volunteer chaplain to the police in Haverfordwest over recent years.

“So much so, that he has been seconded by the Diocese of Menevia to become Lead Chaplain for Dyfed-Powys Police with responsibility for a team of volunteer chaplains. He will be engaged in this work of spiritual care and pastoral support of police officers and civilian workers for a period of three days each week. He will be based at Dyfed-Powys Police Headquarters in Carmarthen.

“Whilst this means that Fr. Liam will have to stand down as parish priest of Haverfordwest, I am pleased to say that he will continue to have responsibility as chaplain to the staff and patients at Withybush Hospital for two days each week. In addition to this, he will also offer his services to the Cistercian community at Holy Cross Abbey, Whitland.

“I am grateful to Canon Pius Valummelmalayil for his invitation that Fr. Liam should take up residence at St. Mary’s Presbytery, Carmarthen.

“I have asked Fr. Matthew Roche-Saunders to assume pastoral responsibility for the parish of St. David and St. Patrick, Haverfordwest and the Immaculate Conception, Narberth, for the foreseeable future. These changes will take place after Easter.

Writing of this appointment, Fr. Liam said on the parish’s social media page: “Whilst I am sorry to stand down from the role of parish priest at Haverfordwest and Narberth, I give thanks for serving the community for the last seven years. The huge need for spiritual and pastoral support of those who work at the front line in serving our communities and keeping us safe lies behind this appointment. My voluntary work with the police has taught me how much they value such support.

“I offer it on behalf of the Catholic Church to those of all faiths and none”.

Fr. Matthew added: “I wish Fr. Liam every blessing in his new role of bringing the service of the Church to the wider world. His gifts for such outreach have been recognised in this appointment. I am pleased that he will continue to remain in contact with parishioners in Haverfordwest through his work as hospital chaplain.

“I am grateful for the mutual support and friendship we have enjoyed over the last two and a half years and look forward to it continuing”.

“Please do keep me and Fr Matt in your prayers. Pray also for each other, and treasure in each other the may gifts that each brings to our community of faith.

“This is the closing of one chapter, but beginning of something new and exciting too.

“In all things let us give glory to God who guides us by his divine providence, and supplies what we need to complete his work.”

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Failures over use of ‘filthy’ barracks for asylum seekers – inspectors

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THERE were “fundamental failures” over accommodating asylum seekers in former military barracks, parts of which were “filthy”, inspectors have said.

The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons visited Penally Camp in Pembrokeshire and Napier Barracks in Kent. They said both sites were “run-down”.

In a preliminary report seen by The Herald the inspectors said at both locations residents described feeling trapped in poor conditions. They feared that if they moved out they would jeopardise their only source of support and possibly their asylum cases, it was concluded.

Inspectors added: “We met many men who described feeling depressed and hopeless at their circumstances. In our resident survey, all of those who responded at Napier and the vast majority at Penally said they had felt depressed at some points.

“At both sites about a third of respondents said they had mental health problems; about a third of respondents at Napier said they had felt suicidal.”

Home Secretary has been asked by Plaid Cymru to consider her position (Image: File)

However, Home Secretary Priti Patel and immigration minister Chris Philp have both previously defended the use of such sites.

There have been repeated demonstrations in both Pembrokeshire and in Kent by people from both ends of the political spectrum, and by local residents, causing security costs to spiral.

On Monday evening (Mar 8), the department repeated its assertion that “it is wrong to say it is not adequate for asylum seekers”

Naomi Phillips, director of policy and advocacy at British Red Cross, said: “These sites are completely inappropriate and inhumane as housing for people fleeing war, persecution and violence.

“The people we’ve spoken to in Penally have told us that they didn’t receive health screenings, were given little or no information about what was happening to them, and simply do not feel safe in the barracks.

“Our worst fears about the impact on people’s mental health have been realised.”

The cost of policing the camp has been higher than expected, running into millions of pounds (Pic Herald)

The BBC is reporting Labour has said the findings are “utterly unbelievable”, and Plaid Cymru called for Home Secretary Priti Patel to “consider her position”.

Inspectors said both sites – which witnessed protests over living conditions in January – were “run-down and unsuitable”, but particularly criticised Napier.

They said given the cramped, communal conditions, “once one person was infected with Covid a large-scale outbreak was virtually inevitable” at the site.

Many men said they were depressed, and a survey found a third of respondents at both sites had mental health problems, while a third at Napier had felt suicidal.

Reacting to the findings, Detention Action director Bella Sankey said: “This is the sort of report that should make decent people consider their positions.”

She called for the barracks to be closed immediately and for “those responsible fully held to account”.

Police and protestors in stand off in Penally in 2020 (Pic: Herald)

Yvette Cooper MP, chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee, said: “At a time when the Home Secretary and Permanent Secretary have told us they are making major changes to improve the culture and the humanity of the department in response to the Wendy Williams Windrush review, this report shows they haven’t yet learnt the lessons.”

Shadow immigration minister, Holly Lynch, said: “The Home Secretary has recklessly put the lives of all those staying at the sites, those working there, and the surrounding communities, at risk during a pandemic.”

Plaid Cymru’s Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts said Ms Patel “must consider her position” in the wake of the report, which highlighted “fundamental failures of leadership and planning by the Home Office”.

A spokeswoman for the Home Office said: “During these unprecedented times we have met our statutory duty to provide asylum seekers, who would otherwise be destitute, with suitable accommodation and three meals a day all paid for by the British taxpayer.

“We expect the highest possible standards from our service providers and have instructed them to make improvements at the site.”

The Home Office has said people should claim asylum in the first safe country they reach rather than making the crossings, and has said illegal migrants are being returned to safe countries.

The Home Office also said it had instructed service providers to make improvements to both camps. The government department has also said it is winding down use of the camps. In Pembrokeshire the policing costs alone have exceeded a million pounds.

Rooms in the camp were said to be too small for social distancing (Pic: Camp user)

 

Penally camp: Unsuitable in its current condition, said inspectors

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Eligible unpaid carers encouraged to register for COVID-19 vaccine

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UNPAID carers in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire who are not already registered as a carer with their GP practice are being asked to complete an online registration form if they wish to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has recommended that unpaid carers are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine as part of priority group 6, subject to certain eligibility criteria.

Revised national guidance from the JCVI describes unpaid carers as those who are eligible for a carer’s allowance, or those who are the sole or primary carer of an elderly or disabled person who is at increased risk of COVID-19 mortality and therefore clinically vulnerable.

Those clinically vulnerable to COVID-19 include children with severe neuro-disabilities, those who are designated Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV), adults who have underlying health conditions, and those who need care because of advanced age. Eligible carers should be vaccinated in priority group 6.

Anna Bird, Assistant Director of Strategic Partnerships at Hywel Dda UHB, said: “Unpaid carers play a vital role offering care and support and it is in everyone’s interest that they are supported.

“For many years now, the health board has built strong links with unpaid carers across our three counties through initiatives such as our Investors in Carers scheme, designed to help organisations focus on, and improve, their carer awareness and the help and support they give to carers.

“There are over 10,000 unpaid carers registered with GP practices or the local authority across Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire but we know there are many more people out there who may not recognise themselves as an unpaid carer and are unaware that support is available for them, including their eligibility for a COVID-19 vaccine.”

If you believe you may be eligible, are aged 16 or over and are not registered as an unpaid carer with your GP, please complete this online form https://hduhb.nhs.wales/healthcare/services-and-teams/carers-information/covid-vaccine-for-unpaid-carers/covid-vaccine-for-unpaid-carers/ to register your details. People without internet access can contact the health board on 0300 303 8322.

Those already registered as an unpaid carer with a GP will be contacted directly to receive a COVID vaccination and do not need to do anything further.
Please wait to be invited for your vaccination and do not contact your GP or health board to ask about your vaccine appointment. You will be contacted when it is your turn, thank you for your patience and understanding.

To find out more about the support available for unpaid carers in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire please visit https://hduhb.nhs.wales/healthcare/services-and-teams/carers-information/

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