Eels veteran signs new deal

Issac De Gois

Every side needs a veteran to lead the younger players around and the Parramatta Eels will retain one of their own, with Issac De Gois re-signing at the club for a further two seasons.

Joining the club midway through 2014 as hooker cover before eventually playing, he has since gone on to become a mainstay of the Eels side. De Gois will be looking to add to his 223 games in NRL over the next couple of seasons.

He will also play in his 50th game for the Eels this week when the club takes on the Dragons in the final home game at Pirtek Stadium.

A key for Eels coach Brad Arthur to retain the veteran is to help him mentor some of the younger hookers the club have coming through the ranks, such as Kaysa Pritchard.

“Isaac has been a key leader for our team this season and I am pleased that he will be remaining with our squad until the end of 2018,” Arthur said.

“With the retention of a number of players for 2017, our squad is shaping up well for next season.”

De Gois is the fourth re-signing announced by the club in recent days.

Souths strengthen back-row with signing of Knights junior

Robbie Rochow

Although currently out of action in 2016 because of injury, there is plenty of promise for Robbie Rochow, ahead of his confirmed move to the South Sydney Rabbitohs for the 2017 season.

The club confirmed the deal today, with the Knights back-rower to head South to the pastures of Redfern.

With a total of 72 games for the club, a pectoral injury has recently kept Rochow off the field.

“It was obviously a tough decision to leave the Knights but one that I felt was for the best,” Rochow said.

“The Club has been great to me but it feels like the right time to step outside my comfort zone.

“I still have a lot to improve on in my game and going to a Club with senior players was a factor in my decision.”

Off the field, Rochow is working on an engineering degree and with the move to Sydney, it will make life easier for him to finish it.

“Being in Sydney will help with where I am up to with my degree and a priority is working hard to complete that as soon as possible,” he added.

The club hold no grudges or ill-feelings towards Rochow and his decision, knowing that he has to do what he feels is right for him.

“We understand that leaving the Club was what was best for Robbie at this stage of his career,” CEO Matt Gidley said.

“He has been a wonderful player on and off the field and he certainly has our best wishes for the future.”

Rochow will be among the Knights players to be farewelled following their home game this Sunday.

As for Souths who have signed him, coach Michael Maguire is no stranger to Rochow and what he can do, having worked alongside him at the Melbourne Storm.

“I’ve worked with Robbie previously at the Melbourne Storm and he will bring great character and leadership to our Club next season,” Maguire said.

“He’s a very driven individual and wants to add to the culture we have built here at South Sydney.

With several players set to depart Souths, the competition for spots now opens up.

“He will also create more competition for selection in our NRL side next year which spurs on our players to perform at their best, be it at training or in games,” added Maguire.

“We’re looking forward to having him join our ranks in the pre-season.”

Knights forward forced to medically retire due to neck injury

Kade Snowden

Not leaving on your own terms as a player can sometimes be a disappointment but in today’s age of rugby league, it is often unavoidable. For Newcastle Knights forward Kade Snowden, who has not been seen since Rd 1, he has been forced to medically retire from the game due to a neck injury.

Playing in 174 NRL games for the club and representing both NSW and Australia throughout his career, Snowden said that it was tough not being able to contribute for the club in 2016.

“It has been a tough year not being able to contribute to the team but my body just couldn’t do it anymore,” Snowden said.

“A number of injuries, but primarily my neck, have forced an early retirement from the game that has been my whole life.”

A local junior, Snowden made his debut for the Knights before moving to the Sharks for several seasons. Upon returning to the Knights, he believed the experience away made him a better player.

“To make my NRL debut for the Knights, it was something I had dreamed of since I was a kid,” Snowden said.

“It really meant everything to me and while I wish I could have been a one-club player, it didn’t pan out that way.

“I know I was a better person and player for moving away and coming back to the Knights.”

To return to the Knights and to finish up as a Knights player, is something Snowden cherishes.

“I was so happy I was able to play my last couple of years at the Knights,” Snowden added.

“To have my family and friends support me every week and to represent Newcastle meant the world, even though it has been cut short.”

He was quick to thank the two clubs he played for, the fans, his team-mates and the staff, for the work they did.

“Thanks to my family, friends and everyone that has given me their time to make me the player I became,” Snowden said.

“Thank you to the two clubs, and especially Ricky Stuart, who turned me into the man and player that other players wanted to play with.

“Finally, to the fans of Newcastle, thanks for your support and I am sorry I couldn’t finish the year off for you.”

Fan favourite Eels back-rower re-signs

Kenny Edwards

A character both on and off the field but one who makes it his own personal mission to play as well as he can, Kenny Edwards becomes the latest Parramatta Eel to re-commit to the club.

The back-rower has signed a new 3-year deal until the end of 2019, having impressed over the last few years at the club.

Known for his off-field antics – drawing such labels as #KennyCramps or the #KennyCuddle – whereby he lays down and pulls a cramp when the game is in the balance in the Eels favour, that character is why so many Eels fans are drawn to him.

Just as famous is the Kenny cuddle, when he comes up alongside an opposition player and gives them a jestful cuddle.

As for Kenny himself, he is pleased to have the contract sorted.

“It was in the mix for a while there and I’m happy to get it done,” said Edwards.

“I’m thankful the club has stuck by me and given me another three years.”

In what has been a turbulent year for the Eels off the field, there was no hesitation from Edwards when it came to re-signing.

“I love the place, I love the joint and we have a coach here that we’re all behind,” said Edwards.

“I had no hesitation in re-signing.”

In the latest of what is expected to be quite a few re-signings, Eels head coach Brad Arthur is pleased with how Kenny has bounced back after an ACL injury in 2015.

“After returning from an ACL injury, Kenny has been one of our most consistent performers in 2016 and I am pleased he has committed to the club for the long term,” Arthur said.

“It’s a great outcome that more and more of our players are committing long term to the Club and I am sure our supporters will see the benefits of this in 2017 and beyond.”

Storm’s mid-season transfer to depart for England at season’s end

Ryan Morgan

Plugging a gap at the club and offering them some much needed depth, Ryan Morgan joined the Melbourne Storm mid-season. Now, at the completion of the year, Morgan will be leaving the club after signing a 3-year deal with English side, St Helens.

Playing in seven games for the Storm to date this year and scoring two tries in the process, the 26-year old has played a total of 84 NRL games, the majority of which came for his former side Parramatta.

It may have only been a brief tenure at the Storm, but Morgan says the experience and journey has left a lasting impression on him.

“I’ve loved it, all the boys have been great down here as have the coaching staff,” Morgan said.

“It’s true what they say about this club, it’s a real professional organisation and it’s really well run.

“There’s a tight group of boys down here and I’ve really been enjoying my footy. I’d say I’ve made some lifetime friends down here.”

The club also acknowledged Morgan and the work he has put in, praising his efforts.

“Ryan has made a big contribution to Storm during his short stay at the club,” said Storm Director of Football, Frank Ponissi.

“He has quickly become a very well liked member of the playing group and we would have loved to have kept him in Melbourne – Ryan has played a big part in our success in attack throughout the season so far and has played in six wins from his seven games.

“We realise the incredible opportunity Ryan has been given to join a world famous club in St.Helens and wish him all the best during his time in the Super League.”

As for Morgan’s move to the Super League, it was after speaking to some former NRL players currently in the competition about its pedigree and standing, that convinced him to make the move across himself.

“I’m really looking forward to coming over to St Helens. It has a great history and is a successful club and that is what excited me about the move,” Morgan said.

“It was a tough decision to make, especially moving away from my family, but being part of a successful organisation and trying to build something in England made the choice easier.

“I spoke to a couple of former Super League players before deciding and they had nothing but good things to say about the club and the comp. Blake Green is here at Melbourne and he said he enjoyed the lifestyle and the footy – as did Willie Tonga too.

“Hearing that made the decision a lot easier.”

Hard-working forward signs new deal with the Eels

Danny Wicks

In a tumultuous year for the club, the sun is now shining and the good news filtering through, as the Parramatta Eels confirm the re-signing of prop, Danny Wicks.

Wicks, whose new deal will run until the end of the 2018 season, debuted for the club in 2015 and has gone on to become a fan favourite for his hard-work, dedication and passion for the club.

Recently passing 100 games in his career whilst at the Eels, Wicks is pleased to have his future sorted in what could be his last professional contract.

“I’m stoked to be seeing out my career I suppose at Parramatta,” said the 30-year old Wicks.

“I’ve worked pretty hard I think and I’m glad to be here.”

The decision was easy for Wicks in the end, with the forward admitting coach Brad Arthur played a big role in re-signing him.

“It was a no-brainer and obviously BA [Brad Arthur] played a big part in it,” added Wicks.

“It’s a good group of lads and obviously we’ve had a bit of a tough year this year but I’m looking forward to the future.”

Equally pleased is coach Arthur, who has some healthy prop competition at his disposal – pending further signings – to utilise in 2017.

“Danny has proven himself as a key member of our squad and it was important to us to secure him for a further two seasons,” Head Coach Brad Arthur said.

“We have a strong playing group and locking in members like Danny ensures we can build towards 2017 and beyond with confidence.”

Good news for Eels as key half re-signs

It has been an interesting 2016 for Corey Norman. From playing well for the Parramatta Eels to being faced with blackmail, to being involved with a club salary cap saga and to a court case for possession of drugs, the year has had everything for the talented, key half at the Eels.

The final chapter of the 2016 season for Norman, however, is a positive one, with the half signing a new deal to remain with the Eels club until the end of 2019.

Playing in 64 games with the club over three years, his impact has been felt as he has stepped up in the absence of a dominant, playmaking half.

Requiring clearance from the NRL over their salary cap, the club had to wait to officially announce Norman and future signings but it is one that the club is pleased to confirm.

“The Club now has a clearer picture of its Salary Cap position allowing it to finalise a number of player negotiations that had been placed on hold over the past couple of months,” said Eels Chairman, Max Donnelly.

“We have been pleased with how Corey has responded to the personal challenges of this year and we look forward to his contribution to the club’s success over the next three years.”

“I am pleased that we can now start to bring positive announcements to our Members regarding our playing squad for 2017.”

One man who has guided the club and its players through the tumultuous times is head coach Brad Arthur and having seen what Corey is capable of, he is pleased to see him remain with the club.

“Corey has progressively improved his game over the first three years at the club and in 2016 showed how valuable his contribution is to the success of our team.”

“Through today’s announcement, Corey has shown his commitment to the future direction of our Club and I have no doubt he will play a major role in moving our team forward over the next three years.”

NRL Teams Rd 25

If you can believe it, it’s already Rd 25 and there’s just two rounds to go of the regular season before the finals begin. A lot on the line, with top 4 spots and top 8 spots up for grabs and even the minor premiership. There will be no such thing as a dead rubber type game with all teams wanting wins for different reasons.

Without further adieu, here are the NRL teams for Rd 25 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.

Canterbury Bulldogs v North Queensland Cowboys (#NRLcbynql); ANZ Stadium, Olympic Park; Thursday August 25. Kick-off: 7:50pm.

Bulldogs: 1. Will Hopoate 2. Brett Morris 3. Josh Morris 4. Kerrod Holland 5. Curtis Rona 6. Josh Reynolds 7. Moses Mbye 8. Aiden Tolman 9. Michael Lichaa 10. James Graham (C) 11. Josh Jackson 12. Greg Eastwood 13. David Klemmer.

Interchange: 14. Danny Fualalo 15. Tim Browne 16. Tony Williams 17. Raymond Faitala-Mariner.

Coach: Des Hasler.

Cowboys: 1. Lachlan Coote 2. Kyle Feldt 3. Justin O’Neill 4. Kane Linnett 5. Antonio Winterstein 6. Michael Morgan 7. Johnathan Thurston (C) 8. Matt Scott (C) 9. Ray Thompson 10. James Tamou 11. Gavin Cooper 12. Ethan Lowe 13. Jason Taumalolo.

Interchange: 14. Rory Kostjaysn 15. Coen Hess 16. Scott Bolton 17. Patrick Kaufusi.

Coach: Paul Green.

Melbourne Storm v Brisbane Broncos (#NRLmelbri); AAMI Park, Melbourne; Friday August 26. Kick-off: 7:50pm.

Storm: 1. Cameron Munster 2. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. Will Chambers 4. Ryan Morgan 5. Marika Koroibete 6. Blake Green 7. Cooper Cronk 8. Jesse Bromwich 9. Cam Smith (C) 10. Tim Glasby 11. Kenneath Bromwich 12. Tohu Harris 13. Dale Finucane.

Interchange: 14. Felise Kaufusi 15. Christian Welch 16. Nelson Asofa-Solomona 17. Ben Hampton.

Coach: Craig Bellamy.

Broncos: 1. Darius Boyd 2. Corey Oates 3. Tom Opacic 4. James Roberts 5. Jordan Kahu 6. Anthony Milford 7. Ben Hunt 8. Josh McGuire 9. Andrew McCullough 10. Adam Blair 11. Sam Thaiday 12. Matt Gillett 13. Corey Parker (C).

Interchange: 14. Jarrod Wallace 15. Tevita Pangai Jr. 16. Jai Arrow 17. Alex Glenn.

Coach: Wayne Bennett.

Manly Sea Eagles v Canberra Raiders (#NRLmancan); Brookvale Oval, Manly; Saturday August 27. Kick-off: 3pm.

Manly: 1. Tom Trbojevic 2. Jorge Taufua 3. Lewis Brown 4. Dylan Walker 5. Brayden Wiliams 6. Matt Wright 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Addin Fonua-Blake 9. Apisai Koroisau 10. Nate Myles 11. Martin Taupau 12. Jamie Buhrer 13. Jake Trbojevic.

Interchange: 14. Matt Parcell 15. Josh Starling 16. Frank Winterstein 17. Siosaia Vave 18. Blake Leary (One to be omitted).

Coach: Trent Barrett.

Raiders: 1. Jack Wighton 2. Edrick Lee 3. Jarrod Croker (C) 4. Joey Leilua 5. Jordan Rapana 6. Blake Austin 7. Aidan Sezer 8. Paul Vaughan 9. Josh Hodgson 10. Shannon Boyd 11. Josh Papalii 12. Elliott Whitehead 13. Iosia Soliola.

Interchange: 14. Kurt Baptiste 15. Luke Bateman 16. Clay Priest 17. Joseph Tapine 18. Brenko Lee 19. Shaun Fensom (Two to be omitted).

Coach: Ricky Stuart.

Gold Coast Titans v Penrith Panthers (#NRLgldpen); Cbus Super Stadium, Robina; Saturday August 27. Kick-off: 5:30pm.

Titans: 1. Jarryd Hayne 2. Anthony Don 3. Josh Hoffman 4. Konrad Hurrell 5. Nene Macdonald 6. Tyrone Roberts 7. Ash Taylor 8. Luke Douglas 9. Nathan Peats 10. Ryan James (C) 11. Zeb Taia 12. Chris McQueen 13. Greg Bird.

Interchange: 14. David Shillington 15. Ryan Simpkins 16. Agnatius Paasi 17. Nathan Friend 18. David Mead 19. Leivaha Pulu (Two to be omitted).

Coach: Neil Henry.

Panthers: 1. Matt Moylan (C) 2. Josh Mansour 3. Waqa Blake 4. Tyrone Peachey 5. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 6. Bryce Cartwright 7. Nathan Cleary 8. Leilani Latu 9. Peter Wallace 10. Suaia Matagi 11. Isaah Yeo 12. James Fisher-Harris 13. Trent Merrin.

Interchange: 14. Sitaleki Akauola 15. Reagan Campbell-Gillard 16. Chris Grevsmuhl 17. Zak Hardaker 20. Moses Leota 21. Jeremy Latimore (Two to be omitted).

Coach: Anthony Griffin.

Cronulla Sharks v Sydney Roosters (#NRLcrosyd); Southern Cross Group Stadium, Cronulla; Saturday August 27. Kick-off: 7:30pm.

Sharks: 1. Ben Barba 2. Sosaia Feki 3. Jack Bird 4. Ricky Leutele 5. Val Holmes 6. James Maloney 7. Chad Townsend 8. Andrew Fifita 9. Michael Ennis 10. Matt Prior 11. Luke Lewis 12. Wade Graham 13. Paul Gallen.

Interchange: 14. Joseph Paulo 15. Chris Heighington 16. Jesse Sene-Lefao 17. Jayson Bukuya.

Coach: Shane Flanagan.

Roosters: 1. Blake Ferguson 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Mitch Aubusson 4. Shaun Kenny-Dowall 5. Latrell Mitchell 6. Connor Watson 7. Mitch Pearce 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9. Jake Friend (C) 10. Dylan Napa 11. Boyd Cordner 12. Aidan Guerra 13. Sio Siua Taukeiaho.

Interchange: 14. Sam Moa 15. Isaac Liu 16. Ryan Matterson 17. Kane Evans.

Coach: Trent Robinson.

New Zealand Warriors v Wests Tigers (#NRLwarwst); Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland; Sunday August 28. Kick-off: 2pm.

Warriors: 1. David Fusitu’a 2. Tuimoala Lolohea 3. Blake Ayshford 4. Solomone Kata 5. Manu Vatuvei 6. Thomas Leuluai 7. Shaun Johnson 8. Jacob Lillyman 9. Nathaniel Roache 10. Albert Vete 11. Bodene Thompson 12. Ryan Hoffman (C) 13. Simon Mannering.

Interchange: 14. Ata Hingano 15. Sam Lisone 16. Ben Matulino 17. James Gavet 18. Bunty Afoa (One to be omitted).

Coach: Andrew McFadden.

Tigers: 1. David Nofoaluma 2. Jordan Rankin 3. Tim Simona 4. Kevin Naiqama 5. Josh Addo-Carr 6. Mitch Moses 7. Luke Brooks 8. Aaron Woods (C) 9. Dene Halatau 10. Sauaso Sue 11. Josh Aloiai 12. Chris Lawrence 13. Elijah Taylor.

Interchange: 14. Kyle Lovett 15. Ava Seumanufagai 16. Tim Grant 17. Joel Edwards 18. Michael Chee-Kam (One to be omitted).

Coach: Jaoson Taylor.

Newcastle Knights v South Sydney Rabbitohs (#NRLnewsou); Hunter Stadium, Newcastle; Sunday August 28. Kick-off: 4pm.

Knights: 1. Jake Mamo 2. Cory Denniss 3. Dane Gagai 4. Peter Mata’utia 5. Brendan Elliott 6. Jarrod Mullen 7. Trent Hodkinson (C) 8. Sam Mataora 9. Tyler Randell 10. Korbin Sims 11. Sione Mata’utia 12. Mitch Barnett 13. Jeremy Smith (C).

Interchange: 14. Josh King 15. Daniel Saifiti 16. Jacob Saifiti 17. Pat Mata’utia.

Coach: Nathan Brown.

Bunnies: 1. Greg Inglis (C) 2. Alex Johnston 3. Hymel Hunt 4. Aaron Gray 5. Joe Burgess 6. Cody Walker 7. Adam Reynolds 8. George Burgess 9. Damien Cook 10. Thomas Burgess 11. John Sutton 12. Kyle Turner 13. Sam Burgess.

Interchange: 14. Jason Clark 15. Jack Gosiewski 16. Angus Crichton 17. Nathan Brown 18. Cameron McInnes 19. David Tyrrell 20. Zane Musgrove (Three to be omitted).

Coach: Michael Maguire.

Parramatta Eels v St George Illawarra Dragons (#NRLparsgi); Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta; Monday August 29. Kick-off: 7pm.

Eels: 1. Bevan French 2. Semi Radradra 3. Michael Jennings 4. Brad Takairangi 5. Michael Gordon 6. Clint Gutherson 7. Jeff Robson 8. Danny Wicks 9. Issac De Gois 10. Tim Mannah (C) 11. Manu Ma’u 12. Tepai Moeroa 13. Beau Scott (C).

Interchange: 14. Kaysa Pritchard 15. Kenny Edwards 16. Peni Terepo 17. Daniel Alvaro 18. David Gower (One to be omitted).

Coach: Brad Arthur.

Dragons: 1. Josh Dugan 2. Kurt Mann 3. Euan Aitken 4. Tim Lafai 5. Jason Nightingale 6. Gareth Widdop 7. Drew Hutchison 8. Leeson Ah Mau 9. Mitch Rein 10. Mike Cooper 11. Tyson Frizell 12. Joel Thompson 13. Jack de Belin.

Interchange: 14. Will Matthews 15. Jacob Host 17. Jake Marketo 21. Luciano Leilua.

Coach: Paul McGregor.

Souths workhorse signs new deal

Jason Clark

Every club needs a super star but every club also needs solid, honest players, who work hard and toil hard to become the cornerstone of the team.

One such player in that mold is Jason Clark, who today re-signed with the South Sydney Rabbitohs for a further two seasons.

Playing in 130 NRL games to date, the 27-year old made his NRL debut back in 2009.

A local junior, he was a part of the Bunnies 2014 premiership winning side and coach Michael Maguire is pleased to see him stay on board.

“Jason is everything that represents South Sydney,” Maguire said.

“He works very hard on his game, is a Member of our leadership group, is a loving family man, and is red and green to the bone.

“He is always looking at ways to improve his game and to help his team mates perform to their best every week.”

There was also praise for Clark’s passion and dedication both on and off the field.

“His dedication to his football is only matched by his dedication to his wife Lauren, his two daughters and the baby that’s on the way; and his parents could not be more supportive of his career and what we’re doing here at the Club,” added Maguire.

“Jason is a true leader within this Club and it’s fantastic to have him recommit for another two seasons.”

The decision was an easy one for Clark and he is also pleased to have sorted his future.

“South Sydney is such a big part of my life so I couldn’t be happier to be extending my contract here,” Clark said.

“My whole family is South Sydney, and the boys and the coaches are like a second family to me.

“We have a lot more to achieve as a Club in the coming seasons and I’ll be doing everything I can to help us return to the levels of success we’ve enjoyed in recent years.

“We still have work to do this season, and then we can prepare for next year and beyond.”

Knee injury forces Dragons club legend to retire

Ben Creagh

Not being able to go out on your own terms for a rugby league player is a tough feeling. For St George Illawarra Dragons veteran Ben Creagh, he will not be able to do so, forced to retire due to a knee injury.

A workhorse, a leader and a fantastic clubman, Ben Creagh amassed an incredible number of games for the Dragons side, falling just short of Ben Hornby’s club record.

It was in Rd 3 this year when Creagh suffered a knee injury that has limited him to just three appearances this season.

Still only 31, he will end his career with 271 games to his date and whilst he would have liked to have added more to that, he knows it was out of his control.

“Bit of a tough day for me actually,” said Creagh.

“I’ve had to announce my retirement from rugby league. The knee injury has gotten a fair bit worse over the season and unfortunately I won’t be able to compete at first-grade level anymore.”

“I would love to keep on playing but unfortunately, at 31 now, a number of surgeries on my knee have kind of caught up to me and it’s sad but I’m excited at what’s coming in the next stage of life.”

Pleased to have had the chance to represent the Dragons, Creagh is grateful for all the opportunities that came his way.

“It has been a hard decision to make with my heart willing me on to continue playing first-grade for this great Club but deep down I know this is the right decision to make,” said Creagh.

“I have been so lucky being a local junior to have represented the Dragons and will retire at the end of the season with a lot of fond memories.”

A member of the 2010 NRL premiership-winning side, an Australian Kangaroo and NSW representative and a club stalwart, Creagh is pleased of what he has achieved as a player.

“I have been so fortunate to accomplish so much with the pinnacle being the 2010 Premiership win which was done with a terrific group of players and a lot of hard work and determination,” said Creagh.

“I have also had the opportunity to represent both my country and state which is a dream for every young player as well as being entrusted to captain the Dragons these past four seasons which I have done so with great pride and honour.”

All players dream of long and illustrious careers, as club CEO Peter Doust praises the efforts and commitments of Creagh.

“Ben has had a long and proud career here at the Dragons and is well regarded by everyone who knows him,” said Doust.

“Playing 14 seasons in the NRL is a respected accomplishment and to be able to do that for the same club makes the achievement even more commendable.

“Ben has been a leader here at our Club and a valued contributor towards the overall game of rugby league through his capacity in co-founding the Graduates of League program.

“On behalf of everyone at the Dragons, I thank Ben for his services and wish both he and his family the very best for their future.”

Dragons coach Paul McGregor echoed those sentiments on Creagh.

“Ben has been a significant part of our football club for over a decade and a leader amongst the playing group,” said McGregor.

“He has led by example both on the field and off it so it is a shame that he has been forced to retire but his decision personifies his character in always wanting to put the Club first.

“The entire playing squad wish him all the very best and we thank him for his invaluable contribution to the Dragons.”

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