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Qualifier Rules and Regulations

Qualifiers 2017

Class 213.

ALDI-ABP-IRISH ANGUS ALL IRELAND BULL CALF CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017
€20,500 PRIZE FUND

PRIZE FUND FOR FINAL AT IVERK SHOW
1ST: €2000 2ND: €1000 3RD: €750 4TH: €250
5TH: €150 6TH: €150 7TH: €100 8TH: €100
QUALIFIERS’ PRIZE FUND: All animals selected at the Regional Qualifiers will only be eligible to receive the €150 qualifying prize upon presentation at the Iverk Show.
REGIONAL QUALIFYING SHOWS
BRANDON – CHARLEVILLEATHLONETULLAMOREROSCOMMONIVERK
RULES AND CONDITIONS (To be published in Show Schedules)
• Breeders/Exhibitor must be a member of the Irish Angus Cattle Society.
• Animal must be registered in the herd book of the Irish Angus Cattle Society.
• Breeder/Exhibitor may only qualify two animals from each section for the final.
• Entry fee for qualifying shows is €20, payable to the relevant show society.
• Entry fee for final is €15, payable to Iverk Show.
• All bulls will be weighed by an ICBF Inspector at qualifying shows and final.
• Birth weight 45kg + 1.70kg per day.
• Prize money for the qualified animals will be paid on presentation at Iverk Show.
• Prize money for 1st prize winners at the final will be paid subject to winners being available for exhibition in the Irish Angus Exhibition Centre at the National Ploughing Championships in Tullamore in September 2017.
• Judges decision at Regional Qualifiers and Finals at Iverk Show will be final.

• 5 Bulls will be selected from each section at the six qualifiers.

Competition confined to:
• Irish Angus Bull Calf born from 1st September 2016 to 31st December 2016
• Irish Angus Bull Calf born from 1st January 2017 to 30th April 2017
ALL ENQUIRES TO IRISH ANGUS OFFICE – 071_9620253
CO-ORDINATOR: MICHAEL FLANAGAN – 086-254 0473

Class 488.

THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION AND MOATE SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT
The A. Browne Filly Foal All Ireland Championship part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing Championship series.
Sponsored by: A. Browne Limited Prize Fund: €2,500

Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing
Championship series.

RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Entries are confined to Foals eligible to be registered if not already Registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ISH, or ID;
2. Foals must be Sired by a Stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse Stud Book as either: Approved /Preliminary Approved/Supplementary Approved/ Recognised/Preliminary Recognised / Not Approved 1 (NA1) or a Stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught Stud Book as either CLASS 1 /Class 2/ RID (GB) /RID (Can) /Grade 2 (GB)
3. The class is also open to Weatherby’s registered animals, progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred Stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as Not Approved 2 (NA2)
4. One foal from selected shows may qualify, provided the judges and the I.S.A. agree the standard is high enough.
5. Foals must be led at all times.
6. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the mare's passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring, “if the Foals passport is not to hand". Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
7. Passports & (Microchips if applicable) should be read by a Vet at the Final
8. Foals Qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show in which the final is held other than qualifying classes for other Finals
These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules
PRIZES: Champion: €1000; 2nd €500; 3rd €400; 4th €250; 5th €200; 6th €150; 7th to end - Horse Sport Ireland will provide premiums of €50 each. ENTRY FEE: To Qualifying show €10 to Final €20. A prize will be presented for Combination of Best Turned Out Foal & Most Suitably Dressed Handler
Qualifying Shows
Armagh, Athlone, Ballina, Bannow & Rathangan, Bridgetown, Carbery, Carnew, Castlerea, Castlewellan, Clogher Valley, Clonakilty, Corofin, Drimoleague, Dungarvan, Gort, Kildysart, Longford, Loughrea, Nenagh, Newry, Oldcastle, Roscommon, Saintfield & District, Tullamore, Tullow, Tydavnet


Class 495.
THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCATION & LIMERICK SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT

The Irish Draught 2 Year Old Filly Championship
Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing Championship series

RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Entries are confined to: Two Year Old Fillies registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ID; Fillies must be sired by a stallion that is classified as CLASS 1 /Class 2/ RID (GB) /RID (Can) /Grade 2 (GB) Fillies must have both sire and dam recorded on their passport
2. Exhibitors to both the qualifier & Final must have their animals passport available for inspection prior to entry to Judging Ring Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
3. Passports & Microchips should be read by a Vet at the Final
4. Two Animals in each qualifying class may be selected to compete in the final provided the judges agree the standard is high enough.
5. One of the judges at the qualifying show must be a qualified Irish Draught Horse Judge.
6. Animals qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at Show where the final is held
These rules should be read in conjunction with the General I.S.A. Rules.
Prizes: 1st €500; 2nd €300; 3rd €250; 4th €200; 5th €150; 6th €100; from 7th to end HORSE SPORT IRL will provide premiums of €50. Entry fee to qualifying show €10 To Final €20
A prize will be presented for combination of best turned out animal and most suitably dressed handler.
See www.limerickshow.com for further information
Qualifying Shows
Armagh, Athlone, Ballina, Ballymoney, Ballyshannon, Ballyvourney, Bandon, Castleblayney, Clogher Valley, Clonakilty, Cork, Corrandulla, Crossmolina, Dunmanway, Erris, Kilgarvan, Kilmacanogue, Longford, Lurgan, Nenagh, Omagh, Thomastown, Tinahely, Tralee, Tullamore, Westport


Class 523.
THE KERRY BOG PONY CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY PRESENTS
The All Ireland Kerry Bog Pony Mare Championship
Prize Fund: €1,500
Breeders Prizes at National Final
Prize Money for all qualifying mares competing in National Final
RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Entries to be Class 1 or 2 within the Kerry Bog Pony Studbook
2. 2 Years Old and upwards
3. To be shown in-hand
4. Two mares in each qualifying class may be selected to compete at the final, provided the judges agree that the standard is high enough
5. Passports must be available for inspection at qualifier and final
6. Mares already qualified are not eligible to enter further qualifiers
7. Mares qualified for the final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show at which the final is held
Entry Fee payable direct to show: Qualifying shows: €10. Final €10
Qualifying Shows:
Bonniconlon, Cork, Dunmanway, Kilgarvan, Kilmacanogue, Lurgan, Mullingar, Tullamore, West Kerry Show.
Final: Kerry Bog Pony National Show
Red Fox Inn, Glenbeigh, Co. Kerry 20th August 2017
For further information contact: 087-9680303

 

Class 615 and 616.
THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & CLONASLEE SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT
The Gain Dog Food All Ireland Championship
Sponsored by: Gain Foods Prize Fund: €500.
RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Toy or miniature dog any breed to be handled by a child under 15 yrs.
2. Large dog any breed to be handled by teenager or adult.
3. One dog from each class to qualify.
4. Dogs in final not eligible to compete in other classes at Clonaslee show.
5. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules
Entry Fee: To Qualifying Show €3. To Final €6
PRIZES: 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €30 4th €20 (in each class) Gain Dog Food Perpetual Trophy for the Champion Dog. Gain Dog Food Product will be presented to each finalist.
Qualifying Shows
Arva, Athenry, Ballinamore, Ballivor, Ballymoney, Ballyvourney, Bandon, Bridgetown, Cappamore, Carbery, Carnew, Castleblayney, Castlewellan, Clogher Valley, Clonakilty, Corrandulla, Dundalk, Dunmanway, Ennistymon, Fermanagh, Galway, Gorey, Inishowen, Inniscarra, Iverk, Kildysart, Kilmacanogue, Longford, Loughrea, Midleton, Moate, Mullingar, Newry, Oldcastle, Omagh, Oughterard, Riverstown, Saintfield & District, Strandhill, Thomastown, Tullamore, Tydavnet, Virginia


Class 617.
THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION AND BELTRA SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT
The All Ireland Gun Dog Championship
Sponsored by: Tireragh Gun Club, Cecil Whiteside & Beltra Show Society Prize Fund: €400
RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Gun dog, any variety—dog / bitch.
2. Dog must be handled by person over 16.
3. Dogs in final not eligible to compete in other classes at Beltra Show.
These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules
Entry Fee: To Qualifying Show €3. To Final €6
PRIZES: 1st: €150, 2nd: €100; 3rd: €75. 4th €50. 5th €25. Perpetual Cup for winner.
Qualifying Shows
Ardara, Ardrahan, Arva, Bandon, Boyle, Bridgetown, Cappamore, Castleblayney, Castlerea, Clogher Valley, Clonakilty, Enniscrone, Ennistymon, Fermanagh, Galway, Granard, Grange, Jamestown, Kildysart, Longford, Loughrea, Louisburgh, Manorhamilton, Midleton, Moate, Mohill, Mullingar, Oldcastle, Omagh, Oughterard Riverstown, Saintfield & District, Strandhill, Tinahely, Tullamore, Virginia


Class 651.
THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & TULLAMORE SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT
The Bridge House Collection of Vegetables All Ireland
Sponsored by The Bridge House, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. www.bridgehouse.com

Direct Entry to Tullamore Show

Postal entries closing date is 7th July and online entries closing 19th July 2016.

RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. The vegetables exhibited should be home grown, by the exhibitor.
2. The collection may contain five (5) kinds of vegetables, three (3) of each kind, apart from beans, peas and potatoes which should have five (5) of each.
3. Cut greenery from the garden, including parsley may be used and will be classified as decoration.
4. The space required is at the discretion of the exhibitor.
5. Points will be awarded for uniformity of size, quality, freshness and artistic appearance of exhibit.
6. Exhibits must be in place by 10.00am on Show Day, Sunday 13th August 2017.
7. Marquee open from 7.30am on show morning and will be closed for judging at 10am sharp. Marquee will open to the public at 12 noon.
8. Exhibits cannot be removed before 5.00 pm.
Entry Fee: To Final €6
PRIZES: 1st €150 plus Bridge House Trophy: 2nd €125; 3rd €100: 4th €50: 5th €30; 6th €25.
Direct postal entry to Secretary, Tullamore Show, Church St. Tullamore.
Online Entries through.www.tullamoreshow.com


Class 677.
The Irish Shows Association & Tullamore Show Society Present
The Bord Bia All Ireland Quality Potato Championship
Sponsored By: Bord Bia

RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. In this competition the produce must be the property of and be grown by the ex-hibitor
2. Each exhibit is to consist of the following: A dish of 6 potatoes of any variety. The variety to be correctly named. Each tuber should be free from skin blemishes, be true to type, and weigh approximately 6 ozs. (170g).
3. Two exhibits to qualify at each show.
4. This being a quality championship, the adjudicators will favour floury, high dry matter varieties, which are popular with the Irish customer.
5. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules.
6. Marquee open from 7.30am on show morning and will be closed for judging at 10am sharp. Marquee will open to the public at 12 noon.
7. Exhibits cannot be removed before 5.00 pm.
Criteria for judging potatoes available from the Secretary, Tullamore Show. Tel; 057 93 52141.
Prizes; 1st €250 & Bord Bia Perpetual Trophy & Replica. 2nd €150; 3rd €100; 4th €75; 5th €50; 6th €25.
All qualifiers will receive a special Bord Bia Plaque.
Entry Fee: To Qualifying Show €3. To Final €6
Qualifying Shows
Arva, Bridgetown, Carnew, Castlerea, Claremorris, Clonmel, Corofin, Crossmolina, Grange, Kilgarvan, Longford, Loughrea, Manorhamilton, Mullingar, Oldcastle, Riverstown, Strandhill, Tinahely.
Final: Tullamore & AIB National Livestock Show Sunday 14th August 2016


Class 702.
Tulllamore Show Society presents
The Single Rose All Ireland
Sponsored by: Mrs Bly Hutton-Bury, Brookfield, Tullamore
This is a Direct Entry All Ireland Championship
Postal entries closing on 8th July and online entries closing on the 20th July 2016.
Rules & Conditions
1. Each exhibit should consist of the following: One single rose
2. Conditions of stem and foliage to be take into account
3. In this competition, the exhibit must be the property of and be grown by the exhibitor.
4. Exhibitor must use vases provided by the Show Society
5. Marquee open from 7.30am on show morning and will be closed for judging at 10am sharp. Marquee will open to the public at 12 noon.
6. Exhibits should not be removed before 5pm
Direct postal entry to Secretary, Tullamore Show, Church St. Tullamore.
Online entries through: www.tullamoreshow.com

Prizes: 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €25

 

Class 781.

The Irish Shows Association & Tullamore Show Society presents
The Odlums All Ireland Home Baking Championship
Sponsored by: Odlums www.odlums.ie
Rules & Conditions:
1. Each competitor must bake the four items listed using Odlums products:
• Decorated Carrot & Walnut Cake 20cm/8ins Round
• Lemon Drizzle Cake 900g/ 2lb Loaf
• Tarte Tatin 18cm / 7ins Round
• Seed & Nut Cake 900g/ 2lb Loaf
N.B. All recipes can be found on the Odlums website. Own recipes may also be used.
2. Items to be displayed on individual plates and each exhibitor will be allocated their own space (trays optional) on a base 24” Square
3. Points will be awarded for taste, texture, appearance of baked items and presentation.
4. The competition is confined to amateurs, both male and female, with one entry per exhibitor at the final.
5. The items must be fresh and home baked by exhibitor.
6. A special class will be half at each qualifying show. Two entries may qualify from these shows for the final, if judges agree that the standard is high enough. The Qualifiers from each of these shows will go forward to the final, to be held at the Tullamore Show, on Sunday August 14th.
7. All items will be cut and/or sampled at the final.
8. Each of the successful qualifiers will receive a hamper containing Odlums products, on appearance at the final.
9. Certificates will be awarded to the finalists.
10. The judge’s decisions at all stages of the competition, IS FINAL.
11. Exhibits are displayed at owner’s risk
12. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules
13. Marquee open from 7.30am on show morning and will be closed for judging at 10am sharp. Marquee will open to the public at 12 noon and exhibits may not be removed before 5.00pm

Entry Fee: To qualifying show: €3 To Final: €6
Prizes: 1st €300+ Trophy, Goods in kind, 2nd €200 + Goods in kind, 3rd €100 + Goods in kind, 4th €60, 5th €60, 7th €60, 8th €60
Qualifying shows
Adamstown, Armagh, Bonniconlon, Bridgetown, Carnew, Castleblaney, Castlerea, Castlewellan, Charleville, Clonakilty, Clogher Valley, Cork, Corofin, Corrandulla, Crossmolina, Dundalk, Dunmanway, Ennistymon, Inishowen, Kilgarvan, Longford, Manorhamilton, Midleton, Mullingar, Newry, Omagh, Riverstown, Saintfield & District, Tinahely, Tralee

 

Class 835.

Tullamore Show Society Presents
The Odlums Youth All Ireland Home Baking Championship
Sponsored by: Odlums www.odlums.ie
This is a Direct Entry All Ireland Championship.
Postal entries closing on 8th July and online entries closing on 20th July 2016
Rules & Conditions:
1. Each exhibitor will bake all items listed below using Odlums products:
a) 6 Decorated Red Velvet Cupcakes
b) 6 Caramel Slices
c) 1 Healthy Bread (BAKED IN 900g / 2lb loaf tin)
N.B. All recipes can be found on the Odlum’s website, own recipes can be used.
2. The items to be displayed on individual plates and each exhibitor will be allotted their own space. On a base not more than 18” Square.
3. Points will be awarded for texture, taste and appearance of baked items and presentation.
4. Competition is opened to youths 18 years and under, both male and female, with one entry per exhibitor at the show.
5. The items must be fresh and home baked by the exhibitor.
6. All items will be cut and sampled on the day.
7. Judges decisions will be final at the competition.
8. Prize winners will be presented with a certificate and relevant prize.
9. Exhibits are displayed at owner’s risk
Prizes: 1st €100 and Goods in Kind, 2nd €75, 3rd €50, 4th, 5th &6th €25.
Marquee open from 7.30am on show morning and will be closed for judging at 10am sharp. Marquee will be open to the public at 12 noon and exhibits may not be removed before 5.30pm.
Direct postal entry to Secretary, Tullamore Show, Church St, Tullamore.
Online entries through www.tullamoreshow.com


Class 879.
The Irish Show Association & Moate Show Society Presents
The Easterlicious Cook of the Year
Sponsored by: J &M Digan LTD
Spar Express Athlone Road, Moate.
RULES AND CONDITIONS
1. Each exhibitor will bake/make 3 items
a) Decorated Orange Sponge Sandwich Cake
b) Marble Cake (1lb Loaf tin size)
c) 6 Cup Cakes (Decorated)
2. The items to be displayed as one exhibit on a base of 2ft X2ft approx.
3. Points will be awarded for texture, taste and presentation suitable for Afternoon Tea.
4. Competition is open to amateurs male or female and one tray to qualify per exhibitor.
5. All items to be home made by exhibitor.
6. A special qualifying class will be held at selected shows. Two trays may qualify for the Final if the Judges agree the standard is high enough.
7. Judges decision will be final at all stages of competition.
8. Exhibits are displayed at owner’s risk.
9. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules
Entry Fee: To Qualifying Show €3. To Final €6.
Prizes: 1st €300 2nd €200 3rd €100 4th €60 5th €50 6th 40. Each of the successful qualifiers will receive a memento on appearance at the Final

Qualifying Shows:
Adamstown, Armagh, Arva, Athlone, Bonniconlon, Bridgetown, Cappamore, Carnew, Castleblayney, Castlerea, Castlewellan, Charleville, Clogher Valley, Clonmany, Corrandulla, Ennistymon, Fermanagh, Gort, Grange, Kilgarvan, Manorhamiliton, Midleton, Mohill, Mullingar, Newry, Riverstown, Roscommon, Saintfield & District, Tinahely, Tullamore, Tullow, Tydavent.


Class 880.
THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & EYRECOURT AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT ALL IRELAND CHRISTMAS BAKING CHAMPIONSHIP.
GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY ALL HAYES MOTORS – PORTUMNA. Alhayesmotors.com
PRIZE FUND OF €750
RULES AND CONDITIONS:
THE CHRISTMAS BAKING CHAMPIONSHIP WILL CONSIST OF:
1. 2lb CHRISTMAS PUDDING
2. YULE LOG MADE WITH CHOCOLATE BUTTER CREAM FILLING AND COVERING. TO BE DECORATED IN A CHRISTMAS THEME.
3. 6 X MINCE PIES
Items to be displayed on 24” square tray.
Points will be awarded for taste, texture and appearance of baked items and presentation.
The competition is confined to amateurs, both male and female, with one entry per exhibit at the final.
The items must be fresh and home baked by exhibitor.
A special class will be held at each qualifying show. Two entries may qualify from the show to the Final.
All items will be cut and/or sampled at the Final.
At the Final each exhibitor will display the Al Hayes logo on their tray; this will be provided on the day.
The judge’s decision at all stages of the competition is final.
These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules.
Exhibits are places at owner’s risk.
Perpetual Cup, Plaques and Rosettes along with the following prize fund:
Champion: €300, 2nd €200, 3rd €100, 4th €75, 5th €50, 6th €25.
Entry Fee: To qualifying rounds €3 and to the Final €6.
Entries to the Final have to be placed by: 11.30, marquee will be open from 10am.
Judging will commence: 1pm Exhibits must not be removed before 5pm.

Qualifying Shows: Armagh, Arva, Athlone, Ballyshannon, Beltra, Bridgetown, Carbery, Castlerea, Castlewellan, Claregalway, Claremorris, Clogher Valley, Clonmany, Dunmanway, Enniscrone, Ennistymon, Fermanagh, Grange, Kildysart, Kilgarvan, Lurgan, Manorhamilton, Midleton, Moate, Mullingar, Newry, Roscommon, South Kerry, Ploughing, Strokestown, Tinahely, Trim, Tullamore, Tullow, Tydavent, Virginia.

 

Class 985.
All Ireland Amateur Painting Competition 2016 - Virginia
THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & VIRGINIA SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT
The Fleetwood Paints All Ireland Amateur Painting Competition
Kindly Sponsored by Fleetwood Irelands Paint Company
Rules & Conditions
1. Paintings must be the sole work of the exhibitor who must have amateur status.
2. Paintings to depict an Agricultural or Rural setting.
3. Paintings must measure no more than 26”X 20” not including the frame.
4. All Paintings must be ready to hang, that is framed and with a hanging cord attached.
5. The Judge’s decision will be final.
6. All entries to be exhibited at owners risk.
7. All entries to have amateur status as defined by the following.
a. Not to have had a commercial solo exhibition.
b. Not to have exhibited in a commercial gallery.
c. Not to be teaching or have taught art in any form.
To avoid any confusion would exhibitors please print their name & phone No on a label & attach to back of Painting
These rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A Rules.
Entry Fee: To qualifying Show €3. To Final €6
PRIZES: 1st: €300 2nd: €200 3rd: €100. 4th: €50.
Qualifying Shows
Adamstown, Armagh, Arva, Athenry, Ballinamore, Ballymoney, Carnew, Castleblayney, Castlewellan, Charleville, Claremorris, Clogher- Valley, Clonmel, Cork, Corofin, Dundalk, Ennistymon, Erris, Fermanagh, Gorey, Granard, Grange, Inishowen, Loughrea, Midleton, Mohill, Mullingar, Newry, Oldcastle, Omagh, Saintfield & District, Tullamore, Tullow.

 

Class 1039.
Tullamore Show Society Present The Redmills All Ireland Poultry Championship
Sponsored By: Connolly Redmills, Goresbridge, Co. Kilkenny
PRIZE FUND: €500
Direct Entry to Tullamore Show
Postal entries closing on 8th July and online entries closing on 20th July 2016.

Rules & Conditions

1. The competition is open to large fowl, heavy soft feather, female
2. Exhibits must be pure bred (confined only to the following breeds: Aus-tralorp, Barnvelder, Bramah, Cochin, Croad, Langshan, Dorking, Fav-erolles, Frizzle, Marams, Orpington, Plymoth Rock, Rhode Island Red, Sussex, Wyandotte. Also the following rare breeds: Houdans, Ixworth, Jersey Giants, La Fléche, North Holland Blue, Norfolk Grey, Orloff and Transylvanian Naked Neck.
These are the only breeds of birds accepted. No Bantams & No Waterfowl.
3. Only two entries per person allowed in final.
4. Exhibitors must declare the breed, variety, colour and sex on entry form.
5. Exhibits must be owned by the exhibitor at the time of show.
6. Exhibits in this class may not enter any other classes on day of final.
7. Cages will be provided at the final.
8. Each finalist will receive product on appearance at the final.
9. These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules.
10. Judges decision is final.
11. Exhibits cannot be removed before 5.00 pm.

Prizes: 1st €150 2nd €100 3rd €50 4th €25 5th €25 6th €25 7th €25

Direct postal entry to Secretary, Tullamore Show, Church St. Tullamore or Online Entries through.www.tullamoreshow.com



 

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