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TENNIS - National23 Sep 2022

Bilal, Haider advance in Aitchison College Junior Tennis Championship
SPORTS BULLETIN Lahore:-Emerging tennis stars Bilal Asim and Haider Ali Rizwan advanced to the next round of the Aitchison College Junior National Tennis Championship 2022 here at the Aitchison College tennis courts on Thursday. Results: Under-18 (Round-2): Bilal Asim (SICAS) beat Arman Kamran 6-2, 6-2, Mohammad Zaryab Khan beat Hassan Ali 6-2, 6-2, Haider Ali Rizwan (LGS Paragon) beat Hamza Jawad 6-0, 6-3, Ahtesham Humayun beat Mohammad Shahid 6-3, 6-2, Asad Zaman beat Harris Wahla 6-1, 3-6, 6-1, Farman Shakeel beat Shehryar Anees 6-3, 7-5, Mohammad Ahtesham beat Salaar Khan 2-6, 6-7, 6-4 and Abdul Hanan Khan beat Husnain Ali Rizwan 6-3, 6-4. Under-16 (Round-2): Bilal Asim beat Hanzla Anwar 6-0, 6-0, Arman Kamran beat Mohammad Sohaan Noor 6-3, 6-3, Ahtesham Humayun beat M Salaar Khan 3-6, 6-1, 6-1, Shehryar Anees beat Raja Mustafa 6-2, 6-3, Haider Ali Rizwan beat Waleed Humayun 6-4, 6-1, Hamza Rehmat beat Mohammad Shaheer Khan 6-2, 6-2 and Asad Zaman beat Zain Saeed 6-2, 6-3. Under-14 (Round-2): Ismail Aftab beat Aryan Hassan 4-0, 4-0, Abubakar Talha beat Ihsan Ullah 4-0, 4-0, Abdur Rehman beat Eesa Bilal 4-1, 4-1, Omer Jawad beat Muzamil Khan 4-0, 5-3, Nabeel Ali Qayum beat M Rehan Shahid 3-5, 4-2, 4-2, Ameer Ali Mazari beat Allay Hussain 4-1, 4-1. Under-12 (Round-1): Haziq Ali Arejoo beat Safi Ullah 4-0, 4-0, Rashid Ali Bachani beat Abdur Rehman Zahid 4-1, 4-1, Moazam Babar beat Mohammad Araiz Hussain 4-0, 4-0, Ali Bachani beat Hafiz Hassan 4-0, 4-1, Ismail Aftab beat Eesa Khan Malik 4-0, 4-0, Majid Ali Arejoo beat Romail Shahid 5-3, 4-1, Abubakar Talha beat Mohammad Ali Bhand 4-0, 4-0.  Under-10 (round-1): Shafay Iqbal beat Mohammad Nameer 4-0, 4-2, Zayd Ahmad beat Musa Ali 4-0, 4-1, Mohammad Ali Bhand beat Taha Asad 4-0, 4-1, Moazam Babar beat Shaheer Hassan 4-0, 4-0, Aimen Rehan beat Saad Ullah 5-3, 4-1, Ameen Abdullah beat Hayyan Farrukh 4-1, 4-1.

TENNIS - Int News23 Sep 2022

Rashid Malik retains ITF Seniors 50+ singles, 45+ doubles titles in India
SPORTS BULLETIN Lahore:-Pakistan's senior player and former Davis Cupper Rashid Malik successfully defended his 50 plus Singles and 45 plus Doubles titles in the ITF Seniors World Ranking Tennis Championship in Jalandhar, India. According to information made available here on Thursday, Rashid Malik outpaced India’s Yogesh Kohli by 6-2, 6-2 in the 50plus final. Malik was off to a flying start and conceded just two points to win the first set 6-2. The second set was identical to the first one, where once again, Malik showed his class and didn’t allow his opponent play freely, thus winning the second and decisive set by 6-2 and also succeeded in defending his title.  Rashid Malik, while speaking on the occasion, said: “The defending the title by defeating an Indian player in India is a big victory and I dedicate this victory to the flood victims of Pakistan. My next target is to win the ITF Senior World Title in Portugal”. “I have been serving Pakistan tennis for a long time and will continue this noble cause. I hope that the government will also recognise my services for Pakistan tennis and honor me so that I may do things with a better way and with more zeal and fervor,” he added. Rashid Malik doubled his crowns when he, partnering with Tikam Singh, outsmarted the pair of Faiz Ahmad and Syed Babar 6-2, 6-1 in the 5 plus doubles finals. Both Malik and Tikam were in good form and played tremendous tennis to outshone their opponents and claim the doubles title.  “I resumed playing ITF Seniors after a gap of four years due to Covid and now I will play a couple of more ITF events to get ready for the World Championship next year in Portugal.” After the doubles final, partner Tikam Singh said: “Thanks to Malik for partnering me and finishing as title winners and I thank Malik for being my partner in doubles and because of him, we could win the 45 plus doubles title. During the match, Malik guided me well and boosted me and my morale that helped me give my hundred percent and emerge as title winners. He is a very fine sportsperson and we wish him good health and good luck for the world championship.”

CRICKET - Int News23 Sep 2022

Rohit, not captain cool
BIPIN DANI Unlike Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is calm on field regardless of the situation, both his successors Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma lose their tempers more than often.  On Tuesday, Team India captain Rohit Sharma lost his cool when no request for a DRS signal came from bowler Yuzvendra Chahal or Dinesh Karthik. Only the captain has to signal for the DRS but the bowler and wicket-keeper are at the best angles to suggest to the captain.  Former Australian captain Steve Smith was trapped by Chahal in front of the stumps as he was looking to drop it on the leg side and pinch a single. When the replays shown on the big TV screen suggested that the ball was going on to hit the stumps. Rohit saw the footage on the big screen, he appeared annoyed with Chahal and wicket-keeper Dinesh Karthik but at that time it was too late and the 15-second DRS time had already elapsed. It was at this moment Rohit was seen grabbing DK's neck in a playful manner.  According to Rohit Sharma's childhood coach Dinesh Lad, this was done in jest. "I don't think Rohit grabbed DK's neck in psainful manner. Both are good friends. I think Rohit is just telling him, ``why didn't you prompt me to take a DRS immediately". Lad, however, agrees that Rohit is not as cool as Dhoni.  Leave aside Rohit's recent gesture, there have been other instances when he has lost cool on the field of play. * He got angry at Bangladesh bowler Mustafizur Rahman. * He was livid at Navdeep Saini and asked him to use his head.   * He abused Rishabh Pant after an overthrow. 4) Rohit Sharma once was seen abusing the Umpires. 5) During the recent Asia Cup, he was seen shouting at Arshdeep Singh when a simple catch was dropped.

CRICKET - Int News23 Sep 2022

Hosts Pakistan thrash England by 10 wickets in Second T20 to level series 1-1
SPORTS BULLETIN Karachi:-Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan form the best T20I opening pair and why that is the case was on display in front of a packed house at the National Stadium as the duo overhauled a mammoth 200-run target with three balls spare against England to hand Pakistan their second 10-wicket win in the format. They are the only pair to put seven 100-plus stands together and to make over 1,800 runs together. The hosts entered the contest at the back of a defeat in a one-sided affair on Tuesday and as England went 1-0 up in the seven-match series, Pakistan faced their third consecutive loss. With the pressure mounting on Babar’s side, Moeen Ali, the England captain, influenced by the dryness and cracks on the pitch elected to bat and his side dominated the first half of the match, making the journey to a daunting 199 for five. The need of the hour was batting brilliance and the 30,000 fans that turned out to back their side were not disappointed from the onset of the run chase as Rizwan – who struck his career’s 18th half-century – cut and flicked David Willey for two boundaries in the first over. Babar, who became only the second captain from a Test playing nation after India’s Rohit Sharma to score two centuries in the format – made his intentions clear in the third over pulling Sam Curran for a four at deep mid-wicket and lifting his slower-one down the ground for another boundary. Pakistan, from that point, primarily dealt in boundaries, with Rizwan’s signature pick-up off the pads going for six in the fifth over being the highlight, and won the powerplay by piling 59 runs. England had made 48 for two in their first six overs. Rizwan had reprieves on the way – the first in the powerplay when Alex Hales spilled a chance backpeddling at mid-off and the second at the start of the seventh over when Phil Salt failed to glove Adil Rashid’s ball with the batter down the wicket. He made England pay right away dispatching Adil for two fours on the bounce two balls later. Babar, at the start of his second over, dispatched Adil for a four through covers through a cracking shot. The two gathered singles every remaining ball. It was the constant strike rotation that formed the hallmark of their partnership in the middle overs and denied the England bowlers any opportunity to tie one of them up. Liam Dawson, one of the regular features in the HBL Pakistan Super League, replaced Richard Gleeson to add to the spin bowling stocks, and despite the bite on offer on occasions, Pakistan openers comfortably pushed the England spinners back. The tactical genius of the two meant Pakistan won the first 10 overs as well, finishing seven runs better than England. Rizwan reached the 50-run mark right after the drinks break. Soon the moment of the match was to follow as Babar and Rizwan took turns dispatching Moeen into the stands in an over that cost the tourists 21 runs and left the one of the biggest amphitheatres of the country buzzing. Babar, on the first ball, spanked Moeen over mid-wicket, then deposited him over wide long-on, before Rizwan smashed the England captain over backward square. The over lifted Pakistan’s run rate to 9.61, just 1.10 behind the required, and one over later when the two smashed Adil for a six each, the current run rate surpassed the required, and left Pakistan needing 49 off the last five. Babar, who had come into the series after a string of bad scores in the ACC Men’s T20 Asia Cup, completed his record second century in the 18th over when he tapped and ran to complete a single on his 62nd ball. They say the penultimate over is the most important in T20 cricket and Moeen, in his last ditch effort, handed the ball to previous match’s top-performer, Luke Wood, to tilt the 20 off 12 equation into England’s favour, but Babar and Rizwan stole 17 off it, making the nervy left-arm pacer bowl three wides. Babar drilled Curran through covers - with the equation now down to one off four - to complete one of the most fascinating run chases of all time. A run chase that seemed insurmountable had now turned into a cakewalk, something that is a testament to the class of these two. England had a field day with the bat as Moeen’s fascinating 55 not out from just 23 balls lifted them to 199 for five. The opening pair of Salt and Alex Hales provided a solid start to the visitors gathering 42 in five overs before the shrewd introduction of Shahnawaz Dahani bowled Hales and Dawid Malan on the first two balls of the sixth. Ben Duckett played an exceptional innings in the middle. He attacked Mohammad Nawaz’s left-arm orthodox with masterful sweeps (both traditional and reverse) and scoops, making 43 off 22 (seven fours) before he was cleaned up by Nawaz. Harry Brook looked in good touch as he attacked the pace bowlers, but missed Haris Rauf’s guileful cutter to be bowled in the 17th. Moeen then took on the charge and spanked Dahani for two fours in the 18th and deposited Hasnain, who gave only three runs in the first over, courtesy some disciplined and tight bowling, for consecutive sixes on the last two balls of the innings. Haris was the other bowler to finish with two wickets as Dahani. This win also made Babar Pakistan’s most successful T20I captain with 30 wins. Scores in brief: Pakistan beat England by 10 wickets England 199-5, 20 overs (Moeen Ali 55 not out, Ben Duckett 43, Harry Brook 31, Phil Salt 30, Alex Hales 26; Haris Rauf 2-30, Shahnawaz Dahani 2-37) Pakistan 203-0, 19.3 overs (Babar Azam 110 not out, Mohammad Rizwan 88 not out) Player of the match – Babar Azam (Pakistan)
Lead and Speed World Cup Trophies at Stake in Jakarta
SPORTS BULLETIN Jakarta (Indonesia):-The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Lead and Speed World Cup 2022 season will come to a close in Jakarta, Indonesia, this weekend, with the final medals up for grabs across the two disciplines.  Over 180 athletes from all around the world will descend on the Southeast Asian Island to try and secure not only a podium spot, but an IFSC World Cup Series 2022 trophy in either Lead or Speed. Kiromal Katibin is the current world record holder with five seconds flat, and maybe a home crowd will be enough to push the Indonesian climber under that magic 5-second barrier. Although Katibin has been fast, Speed medals have been in short supply as those quick times have come from qualification rounds. One thing is for sure though: the full Speed event is a must see right from the start! Another home nation athlete to look out for in the men’s event is Veddriq Leonardo who is looking for a hat-trick of titles after wins in Seoul, South Korea, and Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, earlier in the year. Veddriq also has gold from The World Games Birmingham 2022 in his list of achievements from this season. Both Katibin and Leonardo are in with a chance at winning the Speed World Cup 2022 title. On the women’s side of the competition, Desak Made Rita Kusuma Dewi has two bronze medals to her name in 2022, and like her compatriot Katibin, will be hoping a little home support will give her an edge to gain a few steps up the podium. It will be tough for the home nation athlete though, as Poland yet again bring a strong women’s Speed team headlined by the Kalucka sisters – Aleksandra and Natalia – who faced off in the gold medal race at the last World Cup event, in Edinburgh, Scotland, Great Britain. Aleksandra has the safety net of knowing the 2022 Speed title is sewn up with Natalia almost certainly earning herself a place on the Trophy podium. USA’s Emma Hunt splits the pair on the season standings in second helped by her bronze in Edinburgh behind the Kalucka sisters. Another American having a recent surge in Speed is young gun Samuel Watson who not only reached his first final in Edinburgh, but won it for the country’s first ever Speed gold. That came off the back of a Youth World Championships podium in Dallas, Texas, USA, with Watson keen to be taking advantage of the medal winning run in Jakarta. Watson is part of a well-rounded USA team which includes Hunt in Speed, Natalia Grossman in women’s Lead, and Colin Duffy and Jesse Grupper who are in a rich vein of form in men’s Lead. Duffy made history in Innsbruck, Austria, securing gold in both Boulder and Lead at the same event, while teammate Grupper won gold in Briançon, France, and Edinburgh last time out. Both of the Americans are high in the Lead season standings which Japan’s Homma Taisei tops, just ahead of Slovenia’s Luka Potocar. In early September, the Koper World Cup event was headlined by Mori Ai of Japan returning to competition to stop Slovenian Janja Garnbret’s unbeaten streak in Lead for 2022. Mori again beat Garnbret in Edinburgh, but with the Japanese climber not competing the Olympic champion has to be seen as a favourite for gold. Mori will be hoping one of her Japanese teammates can pick up the baton for a medal push, a climber such as Tanii Natsuki who was just off the podium in Edinburgh where she finished fourth and who took a silver in Dallas, last August.
Pakistan ready to take revenge against India in next T20 World Cup: Sultan
ABDUL JABBAR FAISAL Islamabad:-Pakistan is all set and well prepared to take revenge against India in the upcoming 3rd T20 Blinds’ Cricket World Cup, which will be taken place in the three cities of India from December 4 to 17 this year 2022, said Chairman Pakistan Blinds’ Cricket Council (PBCC), Syed Sultan Shah during an exclusive sitting with Editor www.sports-bulletin.com at his office. “Green Shirts had lost the finals against India in the previous two editions of the T20 World Cup, as our team was going through a new shape and in a building process. Now we have set the thing to overcome all the challenges in the third World Cup, which will be played at Bangalore, Delhi and Faridabad. Besides Pakistan, hosts India, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka will fight for the top honour in the World Cup, “he added. Sultan Shah, who is also president World Blind Cricket Council (WBCC), further said that Pakistan Greens and Pakistan Whites would play three T20 practice matches on September 24 and 25 at Mirpur cricket ground. “We will hold the training camps in two parts, as in the first phase the camp will be staged from October 23 to 31 at Bahawalpur and in the second at Lahore from November 20 to December 3, 2022, as our team will enter in India via Waga Border, “he said. Responding to a question, he revealed that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) enhanced the annual grant of PBCC from Rs.18 million to 22 million. “I met with Chairman PCB Ramiz Hasan Raja in April 2022 and he was very kind to us and assured us to provide maximum support to blind cricket in Pakistan. This financial help is for all national and international fixtures. PCB also awarded one million rupees to the winning team of the Dubai tri-nation tournament, “Sultan Shah indulged.  Head of the PBCC Syed Sultan Shah to another question said that Pakistan blind cricket team would also participate in the World Blinds Games, which would be held in England under the banner of International Blinds Sports Federation (IBSF) in August 2023, “We will also try to host 2025 T20 Blind Cricket World Cup and we have lot of international and national activities in upcoming couple of years. We have invitations for bilateral series but we are not in position to give green signals at this time, “he maintained. Regarding domestic cricket he said, “PBCC will organize two tournaments in Multan and Bahawalpur respectively in October and November this year 2022. Our major aim is to provide maximum opportunities to upcoming players at the local level. We are also inducting young blood in the national team, as the number of players is increasing in the country. Our selection committee pickups the boys on merit and performance, “he concluded.

CRICKET - Int News22 Sep 2022

Sri Lankan bowler Maheesh Theekshana is now Army Sergeant
BIPIN DANI Sri Lankan spin bowler Maheesh Theekshana has been promoted in the Sri Lankan Army to Sergeant on producing sparkling performance in the recently concluded Asia Cup 2022 at Dubai, United Arabs Emirates. The 22-year-old right-arm off-spinner has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant. This promotion has been given to him considering his recent performance in the Asia Cup and success in the red and white ball games. Theekshana was also financially benefited and a cheque of Rs. Five lacs was presented to him by Lt. Gen. Vikum Liyanage at his office on Tuesday. Known for his mystery spin bowling, Maheesh Theekshana was the first 21st century-born player from Sri Lanka, who made his debut against the visiting South Africa team at the R. Premadasa Stadium last year. His international debut earned him the wicket with the very first ball. Maheesh was brought up by his grand-mother Indra Padmini, who was visibly happy to learn the news of her grand-son's promotion. Maheesh did seek the blessing of his guardian on Wednesday morning. Maheesh is a Xerox of Ajantha Mendis, who now is in India playing matches. Maheesh was playing for Colts' Cricket Club but his life changing decision to move to Army was taken in consultation with mentor Chinthika Perera, whom Maheesh called him on Wednesday morning and thanked him.   Speaking exclusively, Perera said: "Maheesh is a well disciplined honest and humble cricketer. He got the right direction now. He is completing his dream and I am sure he will gain many more successes in cricket and life".

TENNIS - National21 Sep 2022

Aitchison College Junior National Tennis Championship kicks off
SPORTS BULLETIN Lahore:-The qualifying and main draw matches of different categories were decided in the Aitchison College Junior National Tennis Championship 2022 that commenced here at the Aitchison College Mall Road, Lahore on Wednesday. Omer Zaman Khan (Games Master Aitchison College) and Sajjad Rasul (Head of Sports/Tennis/Tournament Referee) inaugurated the championship, as they interacted with the players, welcomed them and wished them all for their better performance in the championship during opening ceremony. Results: Under-18 (First Round): Bilal Asim beat Shaheer Dilshad 6-0, 6-0 Hassan Ali beat Abubakar Khalil 6-1, 6-1 Haider Ali Rizwan beat Husnain Ali 6-4, 6-2 Ahtesham Humayun beat Yahya Musa Luni 6,-2, 6-0 Hammad beat Zaeem Ghafoor 6-7, 6-1, 7-6 Asad Zaman beat Inam Qadir 6-0, 6-0 Harris Wahla beat Rehan Omer 6-2, 6-1 Shehryar Anees beat Aized Khalil 6-0, 6-0 Farman Shakeel best Ahmad Ismail Sheikh 6-0, 6-0 Mohammad Ahtesham beat Zain Saeed 6-1, 6-1 Mohammad Salaar Khan beat Kanwar Rehman 6-2, 6-1 Hussnain Ali Rizwan beat Hamza Rehmat 6-4, 6-4 Abdul Hannan Khan beat Yafat Nadeem 6-2, 6-3. Under-16 (First Round): Bilal Asim beat Manan Arshad 6-0, 6-0 Hanzla Anwar beat Ihsan Ullah 6-1, 6-1 Mohammad Sohaan Noor beat Nadeem Ali 6-1, 6-1 Mohammad Salaar Khan beat Hammad Shahid 6-2, 6-1 Mohammad Rehan Shahid Aized Khalil 6-1, 6-2 Hussain Ali Rizwan beat Muzamil Khan 6-1, 6-4 Shehryar Anees beat Ameer Hamid 6-0, 6-0 Haider Ali Rizwan beat Yahya Musa 6-4, 6-3 Mohammad Shaheer Khan beat Inam Qadir 7-5, 7-5 Hamza Rehmat beat Abubakar Khalil 6-4, 6-4.

SQUASH - Int News21 Sep 2022

Pakistan Squash Federation celebrates Women Squash Week
SPORTS BULLETIN Islamabad:-Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has set one-day event to celebrate the Women’s Squash Week at Mushaf Squash Complex Islamabad, as this day is being staged all over the world from September 17 to 24, 2022. According to an official of PSF, federation arranged a squash event for women on September 21 at Mushaf Squash Complex, as a group of women players from all over Pakistan participated in the event. In the event match, Amina beat Mishka Zaman 3-0 in straight games with score-line of 11-4, 8-11 and 12-10. Mrs. Col Asif Zaman, Director General, Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) graced the closing ceremony as chief guest and awarded trophies, gifts and souvenirs to the players. DG PSB Col Asif Zaman also attended the ceremony.
Gujranwala and Mardan to play Pakistan Junior League opener
SPORTS BULLETIN LAHORE:-The Pakistan Cricket Board today unveiled the schedule of the inaugural Pakistan Junior League edition that will be staged at the iconic Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. Gujranwala Giants and Mardan Warriors will create history when they compete in the opening match of the tournament – the first of its kind – on Thursday, 6 October under the GSL lights. Bahawalpur Royals will play Hyderabad Hunters in their tournament opener on October 7, 2022, this match will also be staged under the lights. A total of 19 matches will be played in the 15-day tournament which includes 15 round matches followed by four playoffs including the 21 October final (Friday). Each of the six sides will play five matches in the single-league format (one against each of the five teams). In order to provide the local cricket fans an extended opportunity of seeing the next generation of cricket stars play under the guidance of team mentors Javed Miandad (league mentor), Sir Vivian Richards (Gwadar Sharks), Shahid Afridi (Mardan Warriors), Shoaib Malik (Gujranwala Giants), Imran Tahir (Bahawalpur Royals), Daren Sammy (Hyderabad Hunters) and Colin Munro (Rawalpindi Royals), a total of four double-headers will be staged in the inaugural edition – all on weekends. The first double-header day (Saturday, 8 October) will see Rawalpindi Raiders and Gwadar Sharks play their opening match of the tournament. Gujranwala Giants will play Bahawalpur Royals in the second match of the day. Other than the day-night fixtures,15 matches will be staged under lights. The day-night matches start at 3:30pm while the night matches (single-headers) start at 8pm. The tournament final will also start at 8pm. The local players in the meantime continue to prepare for the PJL at the ongoing Engro Cricket Coaching Project under the PCB Pathway Programme at the National High Performance Centre, Lahore. The foreign players will join their respective sides at the beginning of the tournament support period – 28 September. The foreign mentors will join their teams in the first week of October. All six sides will start practice with their squads and coaching staff during the event support period. Pakistan Junior League 2022 schedule: 6 October – Gujranwala Giants vs Mardan Warriors 7 October – Bahawalpur Royals vs Hyderabad Hunters 8 October – Rawalpindi Raiders vs Gwadar Sharks; Gujranwala Giants vs Bahawalpur Royals 9 October – Hyderabad Hunters vs Gwadar Sharks; Rawalpindi Raiders vs Mardan Warriors 10 October – Bahawalpur Royals vs Mardan Warriors 11 October – Hyderabad Hunters vs Rawalpindi Raiders 12 October – Gujranwala Giants vs Gwadar Sharks 13 October – Mardan Warriors vs Hyderabad Hunters 14 October  - Rawalpindi Raiders vs Gujranwala Giants; Bahawalpur Royals vs Gwadar Sharks 15 October – Hyderabad Hunters vs Gujranwala Giants; Bahawalpur Royals vs Rawalpindi Raiders 16 October – Mardan Warriors vs Gwadar Sharks 18 October – Qualifier 1 (1 vs 2) 19 October – Eliminator (3 vs 4) 20 October – Qualifier 2 (Loser Qualifier 1 vs Winner Eliminator) 21 October – Final (Qualifier 1 Winner vs Qualifier 2 Winner)
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