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Teams: · U15. Melton Town Foxes Junior U15. Leicester & District Sunday Juniors · U17. Melton Town Foxes Junior U17. Leicestershire Youth League · U8. Melton Town. Home of the Navy Blues Arnolds Creek Reserve Football and Netball for all ages. We are a family orientated club with a strong focus on Football & Netball development, community & fun for all male and female junior players & members! melton football club juniors

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About
The Melton Football Club was formed in 1879 when it was known as the Bloods, playing in the Melton and Bacchus Marsh District Football League, where the club was successful winning 12 premierships between 1913 and 1963. Melton moved into the Riddell District Football League in 1973, winning the premiership in its first year.

With the depth of football standard in the RDFL on the decline, together with considerable opposition from former second division clubs on the formation of one division, the club voted to make the move to the highly rated Ballarat Football League with Sunbury, Darley and Melton South clubs for the commencement of the 1997 playing season.

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Home Ground
MacPherson Park, Coburns Road, Melton

Location
Melton is an urban area within metropolitan Melbourne, located 35 km west of the CBD. Melton began as a small town before being declared a satellite city in 1974. Since the 1990s it has experienced rapid suburban growth and become a commuter town in the Melbourne-Ballarat growth corridor. It is named after the town of Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire, England.

Premierships
1913-14-15-16-17-18-19, 1923, 1930-31, 1935, 1963, 1973, 1981, 1984, 1986, 2000-01, 2005

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Welcome to Our Website

This is a little information about our partners for the future development of our young players.

Melton Town FC were formed initially in 1894 and were founder members of the Leicestershire & Northamptonshire League. The present President Sam Ellis reformed the side in 2004 as Melton Mowbray FC joining the Leics & District League. They were crowned champions of Div 2 in 2007 winning the County Cup in the process. They moved to the North Leics League in 2010 and were champions in their first season and were promoted back to The Leics Senior League after an 18 year absence. They finished second in 2014 & 15 but were refused promotion due to not meeting the ground grading. In 2016 they finished 3rd and moved to a new ground with a step 6 grading and so were subsequently promoted to The UCL and changed their name back to Melton Town. This is currently their 5th season in the UCL. They finished 3rd in 2018~19 with 88 points losing the County Cup Final on penalties and were unlucky last season as promotion seemed a certainty until Covid-19 deemed the season null & void.

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Code of Conduct

Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club
Mini and Junior Section

CODES OF CONDUCT

THE PURPOSE OF THESE CODES

These codes are written for players, coaches, match officials, parents/carers and spectators. They are designed to ensure that all adults involved with the Club appreciate their role and responsibilities and understand the behaviour expected in Mini and Junior rugby. The Club wants our players to find enjoyment in their sport and fulfilment of their aspirations in the safe and positive environment which these codes seek to foster.

Further information on these topics can be found at:
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) Rules and Regulations website: http://www.rfu.com/TheGame/Regulations

THE GOOD PLAYERS CODE

AS A PLAYER YOU SHOULD:

  • Play because you want to do so, not to please coaches or parents/carers.
  • Remember that skill development, fun and enjoyment are the most important parts of the game.
  • Be focused and attentive at all training and coaching sessions.
  • Work as hard for your team as for yourself - both will then benefit.
  • Be a sportsperson - win or lose - and recognise good play by all players on both teams
  • Play to the International Rugby Board (IRB) Laws of the Game and accept, without question, all referees’ decisions.
  • Control your emotions. Verbal or physical abuse of teammates, opponents, parents, or match officials is unacceptable.
  • Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do not abuse, bully, or take advantage of any player.

AS A PLAYER YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO:

  • Recognise and appreciate the efforts of coaches, parents/carers, match officials and administrators in providing the opportunity for you to play the game and enjoy the rugby environment.
  • Understand the values of loyalty and commitment to your team, teammates and adults who contribute to it.
  • Recognise that every other player is entitled to play in a safe and abuse-free rugby environment.
  • Understand that if any individual or group of young players is not being treated acceptably, then you have a right to tell an adult either at the Club or outside of the game.

THE GOOD COACHES CODE

REMEMBER: COACHES WORKING WITH YOUNG PLAYERS UP TO THE AGE OF 12 MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY RFU RUGBY CONTINUUM. COACHES WORKING WITH PLAYERS AGED 13 MUST BE AWARE OF THE UNDER-15 AND UNDER-19 LAW VARIATIONS, INCLUDING THOSE THAT APPLY TO CROSS-BORDER MATCHES.

AS A COACH YOU MUST:

  • Ensure all youngsters are coached in a safe environment, with adequate first aid readily to hand.
  • Recognise that young players should never be exposed to unacceptable risk of injury, nor allowed to train or play when injured nor to face extremes of heat or cold.
  • Ensure safe and proper supervision of young players, on and off the field.
  • Develop an awareness of nutrition as part of players education in lifestyle management.
  • Recognise that it is illegal for players under 18 to drink alcohol or for those under 16 to smoke. By your conduct and example, actively discourage both.
  • Ensure that your knowledge and coaching techniques are up to date and in line with RFU philosophy.
  • Avoid overplaying any player; use a squad system to give every player satisfactory playing time.
  • Be aware of, and abide by, the policies and procedures which the RFU require for Child Protection, the Safety of Young People in Rugby and for young players tours.

AS A COACH YOU SHOULD:

  • Recognise when coaching the importance of enjoyment for young players and treat all fairly.
  • Understand that most learning is achieved through doing.
  • Appreciate the needs of the players before the needs of the sport.
  • Be a positive role model, encourage young players to behave in all circumstances with dignity and in accordance with the laws and to keep winning and losing in perspective.
  • Respect referees and their decisions; ensure your players recognise that they must do the same.
  • Provide positive verbal feedback in a constructive and encouraging manner, to all young players in both coaching sessions and games.

PLEASE SEE APPENDIX A FOR LIST OF SUSPENSIONS SHOULD ANY INFRINGEMENT OCCUR

THE GOOD MATCH OFFICIALS CODE

AS A MATCH OFFICIAL YOU SHOULD:

  • Recognise that the safety of players is paramount; before starting play check that the home team has provided a qualified first aider, ambulance access has not been obstructed and that appropriate equipment is available along with someone trained in its use.
  • Check before training sessions and matches that studs and other clothing are in accordance with the IRB Laws of the Game.
  • Be aware of, and abide by, the RFU Child Protection and Safety of Young Players policies and procedures.
  • Officiate to the rules of the Rugby Continuum and keep yourself updated on rule changes.
  • Be a positive role model; be consistent and objective and always penalise foul play.
  • Play advantage whenever possible in order to let the game flow.
  • Explain decisions - young players are still learning and spectators will understand the game better.
  • Be familiar with the Good Spectators Code and ensure that verbal abuse from players, coaches or spectators is not tolerated and is dealt with appropriately.
  • Recognise the importance of fun and enjoyment when officiating players, appreciating their needs before those of the sport.
  • Provide positive verbal feedback in a constructive and encouraging manner during games, emphasising the spirit of the game.
  • Understand the physical and behavioural development of players and show empathy for the age and ability of players.
  • Look to self-improvement through participation in training courses.

THE GOOD PARENTS CODE

AS A PARENT, GUARDIAN or CARER YOU SHOULD:

  • Recognise that the safety of players is paramount.
  • Remember that young people play rugby for their own enjoyment not that of their parents and they learn much, both good and bad, by example.
  • Encourage but do not force young people to play. Focus on their efforts and be realistic about their abilities; do not push them beyond the level they can achieve.
  • Respect match officials and encourage young players to do so.
  • Provide positive support at training and during games; show appreciation of good play by players from every team.
  • Stay positive: negative messages adversely affect the performance and attitude of players, officials and coaches.
  • Support the Clubs efforts to rid the game of unacceptable, abusive and violent behaviour.

AS A PARENT, GUARDIAN or CARER YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO:

  • Be familiar with the coaching and training program so that you can ensure that your child is fully involved and that coaches are aware of your child’s availability.
  • Understand with the teaching and coaching methods used by observing the sessions in which your child participates
  • Be aware that the Club has a duty of care and therefore, where appropriate, assist with the supervision of sessions, particularly where numbers are large or where players need transport to away games.
  • Be involved with Club activities and share your time and expertise.
  • Share concerns, if you have them, with Club officials.
  • Be familiar with the Good Coaches Code and support coaches in instilling the virtues it advocates.

THE GOOD SPECTATORS CODE

AS A SPECTATOR YOU SHOULD:

  • Remember children play rugby for their enjoyment not yours.
  • Acknowledge good individual and team performance from young players of all teams.
  • Respect match officials’ decisions. Remember these volunteers provide the opportunity for youngsters to play rugby.
  • Acknowledge effort and performance rather than the win at all costs ethic; never ridicule any player on any team and verbally encourage all players, irrespective of ability, in a positive way when supporting your team.
  • Never verbally abuse young players, match officials, other spectators, or coaches. Such behaviour creates a negative environment for young players and presents an unacceptable example for them.

AS A SPECTATOR YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO:

  • Act as a positive role model to all young players, showing respect for your Club and for the game in your behaviour as a spectator.
  • Be familiar with, and abide by, the RFU Child Protection and Safety of Young Players guidance in relation to abuse of all kinds.

CHILD PROTECTION & SAFEGUARDING VULNERABLE PEOPLE

ALL ADULTS WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PLAYERS IN A RUGBY ENVIRONMENT MUST:

  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every young person with whom they work and treat them equally in the rugby context.
  • Place their physical and emotional well-being above all other considerations, including the development of performance.
  • Ensure the relationship that a rugby coach develops with them is based on mutual trust and respect.
  • Ensure that all activities are appropriate to the age, maturity, experience and ability of young players.
  • Encourage them to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance.
  • Clarify with the young players (and their parents/guardians) what is expected of them both on and off the rugby field and also what they are entitled to expect from the coach.
  • Work in partnership with others within the game (officials, doctors, physiotherapists, sports scientists) to ensure the well-being, safety and enjoyment of all young players.
  • Promote positive aspects of the sport such as fair play. Violations of the Laws of the Game, behaviour contrary to the spirit of the Laws of the Game or relevant regulations and the use of prohibited techniques or substances must never be condoned.

APPENDIX A

Whilst it is understood that sport in general can be emotive, Rugby Football Union prides itself on discipline and respect for all. Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club will not tolerate any infringement of the values of our game.

  • Any play/aggression towards a player (home or away) that goes beyond the normal on field accepted play as judged by the referee or coach will be dealt with in the initial instance by the referee and/or coach. Depending on the severity/seriousness of the issue, escalation to the Mini and Junior Disciplinary Panel may be required.
  • The Mini and Junior Disciplinary Panel consists of the following cross section of roles from the club who will determine the length of suspension following any infringement of the above regulations.
    • Mini and Junior Safeguarding Officer
    • Mini and Junior Lead Coach
    • One Minis Coach
    • One Juniors Coach
    • One Girls Team Coach
    • Mini and Junior Vice Chair
    • Mini and Junior Chair

In the extreme occasions when prior interventions have not been positively responded to it is with regret that the following suspension from playing, training and socialising within the Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club environment will be enforced.

  • Extreme/foul or abusive language towards a player (home or away) a 2-week
  • Extreme/foul or abusive language towards a coach or parent (home or away) a 4-week
  • Extreme/foul or abusive language towards players, coaches, or parents in relation to age, disability, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity (home or away) a 6-week
  • Any physical assault on a coach or match official will result in a lifetime ban from the club.

These suspensions are to be passed for first occurrences in breach of the above, if repeat behaviour occurs a doubling of the suspension will occur apart from the lifetime ban.

Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club reserves the right to permanently suspend any player unable to abide by this code of conduct.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Welcome to Our Website

This is a little information about our partners for the future development of our young players.

Melton Town FC were formed initially in 1894 and were founder members of the Leicestershire & Northamptonshire League. The present President Sam Ellis reformed the side in 2004 as Melton Mowbray FC joining the Leics & District League. They were crowned champions of Div 2 in 2007 winning the County Cup in the process. They moved to the North Leics League in 2010 and were champions in their first season and were promoted back to The Leics Senior League after an 18 year absence. They finished second in 2014 & 15 but were refused promotion due to not meeting the ground grading. In 2016 they finished 3rd and moved to a new ground with a step 6 grading and so were subsequently promoted to The UCL and changed their name back to Melton Town. This is currently their 5th season in the UCL. They finished 3rd in 2018~19 with 88 points losing the County Cup Final on penalties and were melton football club juniors last season as promotion seemed a certainty until Covid-19 deemed the season null & void.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Code of Conduct

Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club
Mini and Junior Section

CODES OF CONDUCT

THE PURPOSE OF THESE CODES

These codes are written for players, coaches, match officials, parents/carers and spectators. They are designed to ensure that all adults involved with the Club appreciate their role and responsibilities and understand the behaviour expected in Mini and Junior rugby. The Club wants our players to find enjoyment in their sport and fulfilment of their aspirations in the safe and positive environment which these codes seek to foster.

Further information on these topics can be found at:
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) Rules and Regulations website: http://www.rfu.com/TheGame/Regulations

THE GOOD PLAYERS CODE

AS A PLAYER YOU SHOULD:

  • Play because you want to do so, melton football club juniors, not to please coaches or parents/carers.
  • Remember that skill development, fun and enjoyment are the most important parts of the game.
  • Be focused and attentive at all training and coaching sessions.
  • Work as hard for your team as for yourself - both will then benefit.
  • Be a sportsperson - win or lose - and recognise good play by all players on both teams
  • Play to the International Rugby Board (IRB) Laws of the Game and accept, without question, all referees’ decisions.
  • Control your emotions. Verbal or physical abuse of teammates, melton football club juniors, opponents, parents, or match officials is unacceptable.
  • Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do not abuse, bully, or take advantage of any player.

AS A PLAYER YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO:

  • Recognise and appreciate the efforts of coaches, parents/carers, match officials and administrators in providing the opportunity for you to play the game and enjoy the rugby environment.
  • Understand the values of loyalty and commitment to your team, teammates and adults who contribute to it.
  • Recognise that every other player is entitled to play in a safe and abuse-free rugby environment.
  • Understand that if any individual or group of young players is not being treated acceptably, then you have a right to tell an adult either at the Club or outside of the game.

THE GOOD COACHES CODE

REMEMBER: COACHES WORKING WITH YOUNG PLAYERS UP TO THE AGE OF 12 MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY RFU RUGBY CONTINUUM. COACHES WORKING WITH PLAYERS AGED 13 MUST BE AWARE OF THE Melton football club juniors AND UNDER-19 LAW VARIATIONS, INCLUDING THOSE THAT APPLY TO CROSS-BORDER MATCHES.

AS A COACH YOU MUST:

  • Ensure all youngsters are coached in a safe environment, melton football club juniors adequate first aid readily to hand.
  • Recognise that young players should never be exposed to unacceptable risk of injury, nor allowed to train or play when injured nor to face extremes of heat or cold.
  • Ensure safe and proper supervision of young players, on and off the field.
  • Develop an awareness of nutrition as part of players education in lifestyle management.
  • Recognise that it is illegal for players under 18 to drink melton football club juniors or for those under 16 to smoke. By your conduct and example, actively discourage both.
  • Ensure that your knowledge and coaching techniques are up to date and in line with RFU philosophy.
  • Avoid overplaying any player; use a squad system to give every player satisfactory playing time.
  • Be aware of, and abide by, melton football club juniors, the policies and procedures which the RFU require for Child Protection, the Safety of Young People in Rugby and for young players tours.

AS A COACH YOU SHOULD:

  • Recognise when coaching the importance of enjoyment for young players and treat all fairly.
  • Understand that most learning is achieved through doing.
  • Appreciate the needs of the players before the needs of the sport.
  • Be a positive role model, encourage young players to behave in all circumstances with dignity and in accordance with the laws and to keep winning and losing in perspective.
  • Respect referees and their decisions; ensure your players recognise that they must do the same.
  • Provide positive verbal shooting in york pa today in a constructive and encouraging manner, to all young players in both coaching sessions and games.

PLEASE SEE APPENDIX A FOR LIST OF SUSPENSIONS SHOULD ANY INFRINGEMENT OCCUR

THE GOOD MATCH OFFICIALS CODE

AS A MATCH OFFICIAL YOU SHOULD:

  • Recognise that the safety of players is paramount; before starting play check that the home team has provided a qualified first aider, ambulance access has not been obstructed and that appropriate equipment is available along with someone trained in its use.
  • Check before training sessions and matches that studs and other clothing are in accordance with the IRB Laws of the Game.
  • Be aware of, melton football club juniors, and abide by, the RFU Child Protection and Safety of Young Players policies and procedures.
  • Officiate to the rules of the Rugby Continuum and keep yourself updated on rule changes.
  • Be a positive role model; be consistent and objective and always penalise foul play.
  • Play advantage whenever possible in order to let the game flow.
  • Explain decisions - young players are still learning and spectators will understand the game better.
  • Be familiar with the Good Spectators Code and ensure that verbal abuse from players, coaches or spectators is not tolerated and is dealt with appropriately.
  • Recognise the importance of fun and enjoyment when officiating players, appreciating their needs before those of the sport.
  • Provide positive verbal feedback in a constructive and encouraging manner during games, emphasising the spirit of the game.
  • Understand the physical and behavioural development of players and show empathy for the age and ability of players.
  • Look to self-improvement through participation in training courses.

THE GOOD PARENTS CODE

AS A PARENT, GUARDIAN or CARER YOU SHOULD:

  • Recognise that the safety of players is paramount.
  • Remember that young people play rugby for their own enjoyment not that of their parents and they learn much, both good and bad, by example.
  • Encourage but do not force young people to play, melton football club juniors. Focus on their efforts and be realistic about their abilities; do not push them beyond the level they can achieve.
  • Respect match officials and encourage young players to do so.
  • Provide positive support at training and melton football club juniors games; show appreciation of good play by players from every team.
  • Stay positive: negative messages adversely affect the performance and attitude of players, melton football club juniors, officials and coaches.
  • Support the Melton football club juniors efforts to rid the game of unacceptable, melton football club juniors, abusive and violent behaviour.

AS A PARENT, GUARDIAN or CARER YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO:

  • Be familiar with the coaching and training program so that you can ensure that your child is fully involved and that coaches are aware of your child’s availability.
  • Understand with the teaching and coaching methods used by observing the sessions in which your child participates
  • Be aware that the Club has a duty of care and therefore, where appropriate, assist with the supervision of sessions, particularly where numbers are large or where players need transport to away games.
  • Be involved with Club activities and share your time and expertise.
  • Share concerns, if you have them, with Club officials.
  • Be familiar with the Good Coaches Code and support coaches in instilling the virtues it advocates.

THE GOOD SPECTATORS CODE

AS A SPECTATOR YOU SHOULD:

  • Remember children play rugby for their enjoyment not yours.
  • Acknowledge good individual and team performance from young players of all teams.
  • Respect match officials’ decisions. Remember these volunteers provide the opportunity for youngsters to play rugby.
  • Acknowledge effort and performance rather than the win at all costs ethic; never ridicule any player on any team and verbally encourage all players, irrespective of ability, in a positive way when stress free golf swing your team.
  • Never verbally abuse young players, match officials, other spectators, or coaches. Such behaviour creates a negative environment for young players and presents an unacceptable example for them.

AS A SPECTATOR YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO:

  • Act as a positive role model to all young players, showing respect for your Club and for the game in your behaviour as a spectator.
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CHILD PROTECTION & SAFEGUARDING VULNERABLE PEOPLE

ALL ADULTS WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PLAYERS IN A RUGBY ENVIRONMENT MUST:

  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every young person with whom they work and treat them equally in the rugby context.
  • Place their physical and emotional union grove youth basketball above all other considerations, including the soccer 3d deco light of performance.
  • Ensure the relationship that a rugby coach develops with them is based on mutual trust and respect.
  • Ensure that all activities are appropriate to the age, maturity, experience and ability of young players.
  • Encourage them to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance.
  • Clarify with the young players (and their parents/guardians) what is expected of them both on and off the rugby field and also what they are entitled to expect from the coach.
  • Work in partnership with others within the game (officials, melton football club juniors, doctors, physiotherapists, sports scientists) to ensure the well-being, safety and enjoyment of all young players.
  • Promote positive aspects of the sport such as fair play. Violations of the Laws of the Game, behaviour contrary to the spirit of the Laws of the Game or relevant regulations and the use of prohibited techniques or substances must never be condoned.

APPENDIX A

Whilst it is understood that sport in general can be emotive, Rugby Football Union prides itself on discipline and respect for all. Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club will not tolerate any infringement of the values of our game.

  • Any play/aggression towards a player (home or away) that goes beyond the normal on field accepted play as judged by the referee or coach will be dealt with in the initial instance by the referee and/or coach. Depending on the severity/seriousness of the issue, escalation to the Mini and Junior Disciplinary Panel may be required.
  • The Mini and Junior Disciplinary Panel consists of the following cross section of roles from the club who will determine the length of suspension following any infringement of the above regulations.
    • Mini and Junior Safeguarding Officer
    • Mini and Junior Lead Coach
    • One Minis Coach
    • One Juniors Coach
    • One Girls Team Coach
    • Mini and Junior Vice Chair
    • Mini and Junior Chair

In the extreme occasions when prior interventions have not been positively responded to it is with regret that the following suspension from playing, training and socialising within the Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club environment will be enforced.

  • Extreme/foul or abusive language towards a player (home or away) a 2-week
  • Extreme/foul or abusive language towards a coach or parent (home or away) a 4-week
  • Extreme/foul or abusive language towards players, coaches, or parents in relation to age, disability, race, religion or belief, melton football club juniors, sex or sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity (home or away) a 6-week
  • Any physical assault on a coach or match official will result in a lifetime ban from the club.

These suspensions are to be passed for first occurrences in breach of the above, if repeat behaviour occurs a doubling of the suspension will occur apart from the lifetime ban.

Melton Mowbray Rugby Football Club reserves the right to permanently suspend any player unable to abide by this code of conduct.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]
Melton Bloods AFL logo
About
The Melton Football Club was formed in 1879 when it was known as the Bloods, playing in the Melton and Bacchus Marsh District Football League, where the club was successful winning 12 premierships between 1913 and 1963. Melton moved into the Riddell District Football League in 1973, winning the premiership in its first year.

With the depth of football standard in the RDFL on the decline, together with considerable opposition from former second division clubs on the formation of one division, the club voted to make the move to the highly rated Ballarat Football League with Sunbury, Darley and Melton South clubs for the commencement of the 1997 playing season.

Website
Melton Bloods

Facebook
Juniors
Melton Bloods

Home Ground
MacPherson Park, melton football club juniors, Coburns Road, Melton

Location
Melton is an urban area within metropolitan Melbourne, located 35 km west of the CBD. Melton began as a small town before being declared a satellite city in 1974. Since the 1990s it melton football club juniors experienced rapid suburban growth and become a commuter town in the Melbourne-Ballarat growth corridor. It is named after the town of Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire, England.

Premierships
1913-14-15-16-17-18-19, 1923, 1930-31, 1935, 1963, 1973, 1981, 1984, melton football club juniors, 1986, 2000-01, 2005

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