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Beginnings: Geelong Football Club, nicknamed The Cats, are an Australian rules football club named after and reigning from the city of Greater Geelong. Playing in the AFL (Australian Football League), the club has been VFL/AFL premiers eight times. EST: 1859.

Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 49,109 on 30 August 1952: Geelong 10.17 (77); Carlton 3.14 (32)
  • * Most Games: 325 by Ian Nankervis 1967-1983
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 109,396 for 1967 grand final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
2 Geelong 22 17 5 0 2235 1554 143.8 68

Stewart the hometown hero

Last two mins: Cats v Power Watch the last two minutes of the Cats win over Port

AFL 2017 Round 10 - Geelong v Port Adelaide

Tom Stewart did just enough in the dying seconds against Robbie Gray

TOM STEWART'S last-minute heroics on Thursday night showed why he's quickly become indispensable to the Cats, coach Chris Scott says.

With Geelong needing to protect a two-point lead against Port Adelaide with a minute to go, all eyes fell on star Robbie Gray as he waited underneath a high kick in the forward 50.

Gray had only defender Stewart for company, and Cat midfielder Mitch Duncan admitted he was worried.

"[We] probably left Tom Stewart out to dry a little bit," Duncan said after the match.

But Stewart was unperturbed, forcing Gray to spill the mark before pouncing on the ball until help arrived.

Such was the 24-year-old's coolness in the moment that when his teammates patted him on the back after the siren and said "great...


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Thursday night's alright for ratings

AFL 2017 Round 10 - Geelong v Port Adelaide

Geelong's last-gasp win over Port Adelaide got bumper ratings

THURSDAY night's thriller between Geelong and Port Adelaide has proved a ratings bonanza for television rights holders, eclipsing one million viewers.

In the first of five consecutive weeks of Thursday night games, the increasingly popular marquee timeslot attracted mega audiences.

The combined average metro and regional audience on Seven and 7mate was 753,000, according to the overnight figures from ratings provider OzTam.

The free-to-air coverage peaked at 1,089,000.

An additional 247,000 average audience watched on Fox Footy, peaking at 344,000.

Thousands more watched on Telstra's AFL Live App and overseas through the Watch AFL service.

Fox Footy provided extended post-game analysis, while Seven turned to comedy with its Front Bar show, offering fans a distinct choice – along with radio coverage from six commentary...


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Happy homecoming for Ablett

Honouring our 2007 premiers Watch our 2007 heroes in the motorcade at Simonds Stadium

AFL 2017 Round 10 - Geelong v Port Adelaide

Nathan Ablett chats with premiership teammate Paul Chapman during Thursday night's lap of honour

Simonds Stadium may be almost unrecognisable for Geelong premiership-player Nathan Ablett, but the adoring crowd certainly is not.

Returning to his former club to celebrate the 10-year reunion of the drought-breaking 2007 grand final win, Ablett spoke to Krock Football while enjoying a lap of honour before the Cats downed Port Adelaide on Thursday night.

“It’s been such a long time since I’ve been here and the stadium has completely changed,” the 31-year-old said.

“Coming into an atmosphere like this, it’s been such a long time for me so it’s just nice to see the crowd.”

“It’s good to see the fellas again, I haven’t seen them in so long. After chatting with them all, they’ve all got families and it’s...


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Ottens and memories from three-quarter time

Honouring our 2007 premiers Watch our 2007 heroes in the motorcade at Simonds Stadium

AFL 2007 Grand Final � Geelong v Port Adelaide

Brad Ottens flies high over Port Adelaide's Dean Brogan in the 2007 grand final

Geelong premiership ruckman Brad Ottens has one vivid memory which stands out above the others from grand final day 2007.

At three quarter time, with a 90-point lead in the Cats’ favour, Geelong’s longstanding premiership drought looked all but over with 20 minutes and time on to play.

Speaking to Krock Football as part of Thursday night’s 10-year reunion celebrations, Ottens joked there was one player who, with one eye on the scoreboard, was more than happy to call the game then and there.

“A lot of people ask when was the game won and all those sorts of things and I couldn’t really put a finger on that,” Ottens said.

“But I remember at three quarter time, Scarlo [Matthew Scarlett] saying ‘what’s the record margin?...


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Cats edge out Power

GEELONG has staved off Port Adelaide's best efforts to spoil its 10-year premiership party, winning by two points in an absorbing contest at Simonds Stadium on Thursday night.

With just over a minute-and-a-half on the clock, Cats superstar Patrick Dangerfield kicked a brilliant goal on his left boot, narrowly avoiding the outstretched hand of Port's Darcy Byrne-Jones to lead his side to an 11.15 (81) to 11.13 (79) victory.

As the Power surged the ball forward in the dying stages of the match, Robbie Gray just fumbled his marking attempt in a one-on-one battle with young Cat Tom Stewart before Geelong managed to clear the area and cling on to a narrow win.

A controversial umpiring decision in the fourth quarter cost Port Adelaide dearly, when big forward Charlie Dixon was ruled to have taken too long over a set shot for goal and was forced to play on.

Cats skipper Joel Selwood had a...


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Storylines: round 10

AFL 2007 Grand Final � Geelong v Port Adelaide

Jimmy Bartel, Tom Harley and the 20 other 2007 premiership heroes will be celebrated on Thursday night

The Cats are back on the winner's list and looking to solidfy their position in the top four as they take on Port Adelaide at Simonds Stadium in round 10. Cats Media have indentified four points of interest to follow:

Rest up or keep on rolling

Last week was one to remember for the Cats: welcoming the new $91 million Charles Brownlow Stand into the world with a comprehensive 23-point win; a win which snapped a three-game losing streak that threatened to derail their season altogether.

Geelong has been granted just six days to recover and reload for their next match on Thursday night, which is nothing unusual in the modern-day AFL.

What is unusual is the fact their opponents, Port Adelaide, have not only travelled to China for their last fixture, but will have had an 11-day break...


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Talking Points: Cats def Power

Last two mins: Cats v Power Watch the last two minutes of the Cats win over Port

AFL 2017 Round 10 - Geelong v Port Adelaide

Joel Selwood's night included this screamer

1. Charlie Dixon's time runs out
The game-changing moment in a Thursday night thriller came when Dixon took a strong mark inside 50 with less than four minutes remaining. With Port two points ahead he was a huge chance to kick the goal and put Port Adelaide clear. But as the shot clock ticked down, Dixon dithered and failed to start his run-up. Called to play on, he was swamped by Mitch Duncan and the chance was gone. It capped a forgettable night for Dixon, who floored Cats' skipper Joel Selwood with a bump at the start of the second quarter, then upset Port fans by missing a simple set shot in the same quarter.

2. Patrick Dangerfield is a freak
Everyone knows Dangerfield is a champion but sometimes we forget to credit his work. However his last quarter goal...


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Pat and Joel deliver, says Scott

Chris Scott post-match Watch Cats coach Chris Scott after the epic win over the Power

RELIEF was the overriding emotion Geelong coach Chris Scott felt after watching his team kick the last goal of the game to defeat Port Adelaide by two points at Simonds Stadium.

The win keeps the Cats in the top four with seven wins and puts Port Adelaide, which has played one fewer game, back among the pack with five wins for the season.

Scott said it was an old-fashioned eight-point game as he considers Port Adelaide to be a genuine contender this season and remains hopeful the Cats will finish high on the ladder.

"In the context of the season [the win] is important because we think they are going to be up there and we hope we are too," Scott said.

The Cats had 72 more disposals, 14 more inside 50s and laid 15 more tackles than Port Adelaide but were behind with two minutes to go before Patrick...


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Geelong's indigenous greats

AFL 2015 Rd 23 - Geelong v Adelaide

Mathew Stokes celebrates kicking a goal in his last game for the Cats in 2015

As part of our celebrations for the Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round, we got together with Steven Motlop to pay tribute to four great indigenous Cats players. 

MATHEW STOKES

Years at Geelong: 2006-2015

Games: 200

Goals: 209

A premiership player in 2007 and 2011, Stokes first made a name for himself as a small forward, then became a dominant midfielder. 

Motlop says: Someone I really respect a lot. Being a Darwin boy, he helped when I first go here, which was really great for me.

TRAVIS VARCOE

Years at Geelong: 2006-2014

Games: 138

Goals: 130

A premiership player in 2009 and 2011, Varcoe, who these days is running around with Collingwood, made a name for himself at the Cats as a dynamic half-forward. His goal in the opening seconds of the 2011 Grand Final will long live in the memory of Geelong...


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Security tight for Cats v Power

AFL 2017 Round 09 - Geelong v Western Bulldogs

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19: Cats fans celebrate during the 2017 AFL round 09 match between the Geelong Cats and the Western Bulldogs at Simonds Stadium on May 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

The Kardinia Park Stadium Trust has reviewed its security arrangements in the wake of the Manchester Stadium tragedy and tomorrow night’s Geelong Football Club match against Port Adelaide.

Trust CEO Michael Brown today met with Victorian Police, its independent security provider, the Trust’s security advisors and said in the wake of the review the Trust has been advised that there had been no change to the stadium’s current threat assessment.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the devastated families of the victims in Manchester,” said Mr Brown.

“And as the venue for the first Victorian major sporting event after the Manchester tragedy, we have reviewed the...


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Cats name round 10 side

AFL 2017 JLT Community Series - Hawthorn v Geelong

Jordan Cunico in action during the JLT Community Series

GEELONG has rested veteran key defender Tom Lonergan from Thursday's clash against Port Adelaide at Simonds Stadium, and has awarded medium defender Jordan Cunico his long-awaited debut.

The Cats have also recalled Cam Guthrie, who was a late withdrawal against the Western Bulldogs with a virus, and Darcy Lang, while Nakia Cockatoo (hamstring) and Mark O'Connor (omitted) are the other exclusions.

The Power have replaced injured star Chad Wingard (calf) with Aaron Young in their only change from the round eight team that defeated Gold Coast in Shanghai. 

Match preview: Cats v Power

Cunico was selected by the Cats with pick No.59 in the 2014 NAB AFL Draft, but has had an injury-plagued start to his time at Simonds Stadium.

The former Gippsland Power player managed only four VFL games last season as he battled issues in both...


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Finding the defensive mojo

Ask the Coach (Rd10) Cats coach Chris Scott answers your question via social media thanks to Momentum Energy

AFL 2017 Round 09 - Geelong v Western Bulldogs

Andrew Mackie has long been a defensive general for the Cats

The Cats may have righted some wrongs through last week’s 23-point win over the Western Bulldogs, but Chris Scott says defence is still an area of concern.

Consistently a top-two defensive side in the competition last season, Geelong is now ranked 13th in the AFL, averaging 93.2 points against.

Speaking on this week’s episode of Momentum Energy’s #AskTheCoach, Scott identified a lack of pressure inside the Cats’ forward half as a key factor in the shift.

“The part that’s shifted that we’re not comfortable with is our ability to force turnovers in our forward half,” Scott said.

“The opposition are getting through a little bit further and we’re having to defend deeper on the ground.”

“Some people have suggested that...


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Cats delighted to be kicking off Indigenous Round

Celebrating Polly Polly Farmer's teammates talk about his impact

AFL 2017 Round 06 - Geelong v Collingwood

Steven Motlop is the Cats' most experienced indigenous player

Geelong and Port Adelaide will kick off the Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round at Simonds Stadium on Thursday night.

The Cats will be wearing a special guernsey created by local indigenous artist Nathan Patterson, which tells the story of the region and the Wathaurong people.

“I really wanted to do something that spoke to the traditional custodians of the land, the Wathaurong people and I wanted to make it community focused too so it was something supporters can get behind,” Patterson said.

Patterson, who has also designed Indigenous guernseys for Essendon, Collingwood and Richmond in the past, said his design has strong links to the Geelong landscape.

“I wanted to make it Geelong focused so that people that saw it recognised the landmarks in the design,...


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Cunico called up

AFL 2017 JLT Community Series - Hawthorn v Geelong

Jordan Cunico will make his senior debut for the Cats on Thursday night

Midfielder Jordan Cunico will make his senior debut for the Cats on Thursday night against Port Adelaide at Simonds Stadium.

Drafted at pick 59 in the 2014 draft, the 21-year-old has fought injury in his first two seasons with Geelong, but with a month of consistent performances at VFL level in his corner, a single phone call from senior coach Chris Scott has made it all worth the wait. 

“It was a bit different. He [Scott] doesn’t usually call me very often,” Cunico laughed.

It’s obviously been a long wait. I’ve been at the club for two and a half years basically so to play my first game, I’ve been waiting a long time.”

My first year I had knee surgery and in my second year again I had surgery on both of my knees. I’ve spent a fair bit of time in rehab, which can get lonely when you’re by yourself.”

But Scotty...


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No rule change for jumper punches

AFL 2017 Media - AFL Excecutive Announcement

AFL executive Simon Lethlean

PUNCHING opponents in the guts will no longer be tolerated, with the AFL putting players and clubs on notice that the practice must stop.

However, the crackdown will not require any rules to change, with AFL football operations boss Simon Lethlean confident the MRP has sufficient scope to ensure jumper punches and gut punches are eliminated.

Lethlean said the benefit of the doubt may have been given to the players in previous seasons as there was a reluctance to rub players out for low level offences.

He said jumper punches and gut punches were not part of the game and as the head of football he had a responsibility to do whatever was required to stamp such acts out.

"I do not like the current conduct of so-called gut punches or jumper punches. It is my role to stamp that out," Lethlean told AFL.com.au.

"The MRP has the tools at their disposal to...


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Enemy Camp: One change for Power

AFL 2017 Round 03 - Port Adelaide v Adelaide Crows

Aaron Young in action for Port Adelaide

PORT Adelaide forward Aaron Young will return in place of the injured Chad Wingard for Thursday night's clash with Geelong at Simonds Stadium.

Young was dropped for the Power's victory over Gold Coast in Shanghai, but gets another chance after Wingard sustained a calf strain at training last Saturday.

"Aaron will probably be the one who will come in and all things being equal that will be the only change we will make," Power coach Ken Hinkley said on Wednesday morning.

"Aaron was very unlucky to go out of the side, (but) Brendon Ah Chee's form was so good we had to play him.

"Karl Amon went out of the side a couple of weeks ago and came straight back in, 'Youngy' will be the same this week."

Fellow half-forward Aidyn Johnson was the only travelling emergency for the Power as they arrived at Adelaide Airport for the flight to Melbourne.

Hinkley...


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Narkle ready but House knocked down

GMHBA Health Report (Rd10) The latest from Cats Physiotherapist Mark Young on the injury front

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Quinton Narkle has been training strongly in recent weeks

There's mixed news on the injury front for two Geelong youngsters.

Timm House will have an extended stint on the sidelines after suffering concussion and a broken collarbone in the VFL Cats' win over Footscray last weekend.

But Quinton Narkle is set to return to action in the VFL next week after recovering from his hamstring injury.

"[Quinton has] been moving well for a couple of weeks now," Cats physio Mark Young said on the round 10 episode of the GMHBA Medical Report.

"He's a victim of the bye in the VFL.

"He probably would have played this weekend, but you'll see him the following week."

Unfortunately the short-term outlook isn't so positive for House.

"He was concussed and fell heavily to the ground - fractured his collarbone...


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Preview: Cats v Power

Last Time: Cats v Power Re-watch the highlights as the Power and Cats clash in round 5, 2016

SUMMARY
Geelong responded emphatically to its dismal 14-tackle first half against Essendon by amassing a club record 134 tackles against the Western Bulldogs last round, withstanding a gritty second-half comeback in the process. It was a swift turnaround considering Geelong laid a total of just 40 tackles against the Bombers the week prior, with the upset loss representing the first time since 2006 they'd dropped three successive games. The third-placed Cats face a six-day break ahead of the second of three straight matches under lights at the redeveloped Simonds Stadium, and must replicate the explosive intensity they showed against the Bulldogs. Port Adelaide, meanwhile, will be feeling refreshed from its early mid-season bye coming off a historic win in China. However, there's some...


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AFL to change punch rules

AFL 2017 Media - AFL Excecutive Announcement

AFL executive Simon Lethlean

THE AFL will introduce legislation immediately to give the Match Review Panel the power to suspend players for stomach and jumper punches.

After a spate of incidents across the past few weeks there have been calls for any type of punch to be punished with a suspension.

In the past, players have usually been given a fine for punches deemed low impact.

AFL football operations boss Simon Lethlean told SEN radio it was up to him to give the MRP greater powers to suspend players.

"I think a change is required. Clearly the deterrent of fines is not stopping on-field punching in various forms and we want to stamp that out," he said.

"It's unusual (to make rule changes mid-season), but we're going to. We don't want punching to continue. We're unequivocal about that and we'll make that really clear to the players and clubs.

"We'll make a change that gives the MRP...


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Cats taking no chances with Cocky

Chris Scott press conf 23/5 Hear from Cats coach Chris Scott ahead of the big clash against the Power

AFL 2017 Round 09 - Geelong v Western Bulldogs

Nakia Cockatoo after straining his hamstring

GEELONG youngster Nakia Cockatoo has been ruled out of Thursday night's clash against Port Adelaide at Simonds Stadium with a hamstring injury.

Midfielder Cameron Guthrie is likely to return after being a late withdrawal ahead of Friday night's game against the Western Bulldogs because of a virus, while Cats coach Chris Scott said Rhys Stanley would also be available for the game against the Power after recovering from a knee injury.

Scott said Cockatoo could miss just one week with the hamstring injury he suffered in the first quarter of Friday night's game against the Western Bulldogs.

But with the exciting forward's injury at the minor end of the scale, the Cats are hopeful he may be ready to play against Adelaide on Friday...


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Round 8
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 22 May (7:50 pm) Geelong 22.8 (140) def. Carlton 9.9 (63) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 32,032)
Saturday, 23 May (1:45 pm) St Kilda 12.6 (78) def. by West Coast 20.11 (131) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 23,598)
Saturday, 23 May (2:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.12 (108) def. Adelaide 12.12 (84) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,481)
Saturday, 23 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 9.9 (63) def. by Collingwood 20.12 (132) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 16,440)
Saturday, 23 May (7:20 pm) Hawthorn 9.15 (69) def. by Sydney 11.7 (73) MCG (crowd: 63,319)
Saturday, 23 May (5:40 pm) Fremantle 17.13 (115) def. North Melbourne 5.12 (42) Domain Stadium (crowd: 35,836)
Sunday, 24 May (1:10 pm) Essendon 21.10 (136) def. Brisbane Lions 12.6 (78) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 36,857)
Sunday, 24 May (3:20 pm) Melbourne 15.13 (103) def. Western Bulldogs 9.10 (64) MCG (crowd: 29,381)
Sunday, 24 May (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 5.13 (43) def. by Richmond 11.10 (76) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 44,451)

Round 9
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 29 May (7:50 pm) Sydney 19.8 (122) def. Carlton 9.8 (62) SCG (crowd: 32,105)
Saturday, 30 May (1:45 pm) Hawthorn 14.9 (93) def. Gold Coast 6.4 (40) Aurora Stadium (crowd: 11,320)
Saturday, 30 May (1:40 pm) Melbourne 8.6 (54) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) TIO Traeger Park (crowd: 4,866)
Saturday, 30 May (4:35 pm) Western Bulldogs 16.17 (113) def. Greater Western Sydney 11.2 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 16,395)
Saturday, 30 May (7:25 pm) Richmond 10.12 (72) def. Essendon 8.11 (59) MCG (crowd: 83,804)
Saturday, 30 May (7:10 pm) Adelaide 7.15 (57) def. by Fremantle 10.8 (68) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 45,009)
Sunday, 31 May (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 13.8 (86) def. by St Kilda 16.12 (108) Gabba (crowd: 16,898)
Sunday, 31 May (3:20 pm) Collingwood 17.10 (112) def. North Melbourne 14.11 (95) MCG (crowd: 43,452)
Sunday, 31 May (2:40 pm) West Coast 16.24 (120) def. Geelong 10.4 (64) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,676)
  • Dustin Fletcher of Essendon became the third player in VFL/AFL history to play 400 games.[23]
  • Aaron Sandilands (Fremantle) recorded 69 hit-outs against Adelaide, the highest amount since game statistics were documented from 1965;[24] this broke the previous record of 63 set in 1982 by Gary Dempsey.[25] The new record stood for only two weeks, before Sandilands bettered the tally in Round 11.[26]
  • Fremantle recorded its best ever start to the season, winning its first nine matches; its previous best unbeaten start to a season was three matches, in 2010.[27]

Round 10
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 5 June (6:10 pm) Fremantle 10.10 (70) def. by Richmond 15.7 (97) Domain Stadium (crowd: 38,019)
Saturday, 6 June (1:40 pm) Carlton 14.6 (90) def. by Adelaide 14.15 (99) MCG (crowd: 32,035)
Saturday, 6 June (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 5.11 (41) def. by Sydney 13.15 (93) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 13,068)
Saturday, 6 June (7:20 pm) Essendon 7.11 (53) def. by Geelong 19.8 (122) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 40,632)
Saturday, 6 June (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 16.4 (100) def. Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 40,907)
Sunday, 7 June (1:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 14.13 (97) def. Brisbane Lions 10.7 (67) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,079)
Sunday, 7 June (3:20 pm) North Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. West Coast 10.15 (75) Blundstone Arena (crowd: 12,011)
Sunday, 7 June (4:40 pm) St Kilda 10.9 (69) def. by Hawthorn 20.12 (132) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 33,886)
Monday, 8 June (3:20 pm) Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. by Collingwood 17.8 (110) MCG (crowd: 66,120)

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