New York U-14 Trials

New York Cricket RegionNew York Cricket Region (NYCR) will conduct screening for cricketers within the under-14 age group on May 31st, June 1st and 2nd at the Idlewild Cricket Park. Sessions begin at 5:pm each day and interested applicants should call NYCR Youth Coordinator at 631-578-7226

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EACA Power 40 Division II Schedule 2016

Second Division Round 2
1 8-May East Side Warriors CC VS Scorpions CC Brentwood 11
Long Island United CC Camelot CC Brentwood 1
All Stars CC Victory CC Bay Park
Phantom CC Arsenal CC Belmont State
NY Centurian CC BYE
2 15-May Scorpions CC VS NY Centurian CC Flushing 1
All Stars CC East Side Warriors CC Flushing 11
Arsenal CC Long Island United CC Brentwood 1
Victory CC Phantom CC Brentwood 11
Camelot CC BYE
3 22-May NY Centurian CC VS Camelot CC Flushing 11
Scorpions CC All Stars CC Flushing 1
East Side Warriors CC Phantom CC Brentwood 11
Long Island United CC Victory CC Brentwood 1
Arsenal CC BYE
4 5-Jun All Stars CC VS NY Centurian CC Flushing 1
Camelot CC Arsenal CC Flushing 11
Phantom CC Scorpions CC Belmont State
Long Island United CC East Side Warriors CC Brentwood 1
Victory CC BYE
5 12-Jun Arsenal CC VS NY Centurian CC Brentwood 11
All Stars CC Phantom CC Flushing 1
Camelot CC Victory CC Flushing 11
Long Island United CC Scorpions CC Brentwood 1
East Side Warriors CC BYE
6 19-Jun NY Centurian CC VS Phantom CC Bay Park
Victory CC Arsenal CC Brentwood 11
All Stars CC Long Island United CC Flushing 1
East Side Warriors CC Camelot CC Brentwood 1
Scorpions CC BYE
7 26-Jun NY Centurian CC VS Victory CC Flushing 1
Phantom CC Long Island United CC Belmont State
Arsenal CC East Side Warriors CC Brentwood 1
Camelot CC Scorpions CC Flushing 11
All Stars CC BYE
8 10-Jul NY Centurian CC VS Long Island United CC Flushing 1
East Side Warriors CC Victory CC Brentwood 11
Arsenal CC Scorpions CC Brentwood 1
Camelot CC All Stars CC Flushing 11
Phantom CC BYE
9 17-Jul NY Centurian CC VS East Side Warriors CC Flushing 1
Victory CC Scorpions CC Brentwood 11
Camelot CC Phantom CC Flushing 11
Arsenal CC All Stars CC Brentwood 1
Long Island United CC BYE
Second Division Round 2
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10 24-Jul NY Centurian CC VS Scorpions CC Van Courtland
East Side Warriors CC All Stars CC Brentwood 11
Long Island United CC Arsenal CC Brentwood 1
Phantom CC Victory CC Belmont State
Camelot CC BYE
11 31-Jul Scorpions CC VS East Side Warriors CC Flushing 1
Camelot CC Long Island United CC Flushing 11
Victory CC All Stars CC Brentwood 11
Phantom CC Arsenal CC Brentwood 1
NY Centurian CC BYE
12 7-Aug NY Centurian CC VS Camelot CC TBD
Scorpions CC All Stars CC Brentwood 11
Phantom CC East Side Warriors CC Belmont State
Victory CC Long Island United CC Brentwood 1
Arsenal CC BYE
13 14-Aug NY Centurian CC VS All Stars CC Flushing 1
Camelot CC Arsenal CC Flushing 11
Phantom CC Scorpions CC Brentwood 11
East Side Warriors CC Long Island United CC Brentwood 1
Victory CC BYE
14 21-Aug Arsenal CC VS NY Centurian CC Brentwood 11
All Stars CC Phantom CC Flushing 1
Camelot CC Victory CC Flushing 11
Long Island United CC Scorpions CC Brentwood 1
East Side Warriors CC BYE
15 28-Aug Phantom CC VS NY Centurian CC Belmont State
Arsenal CC Victory CC Brentwood 11
Long Island United CC All Stars CC Brentwood 1
Camelot CC East Side Warriors CC Flushing 1
Scorpions CC BYE
16 11-Sep NY Centurian CC VS Victory CC Flushing 1
Long Island United CC Phantom CC Brentwood 1
East Side Warriors CC Arsenal CC Brentwood 11
Scorpions CC Camelot CC Flushing 11
All Stars CC BYE
17 18-Sep NY Centurian CC VS Long Island United CC Flushing 1
Victory CC East Side Warriors CC Brentwood 11
Arsenal CC Scorpions CC Brentwood 1
All Stars CC Camelot CC Flushing 11
Phantom CC BYE
18 25-Sep East Side Warriors CC VS NY Centurian CC Belmont State
Scorpions CC Victory CC Flushing 1
Camelot CC Phantom CC Flushing 11
Arsenal CC All Stars CC Brentwood 1
Long Island United CC BYE
Second Division Semi-Finals
1 2-Oct First Place VS Fourth Place TBD
2 Second Place Third Palce TBD
Second Division Finals
1 9-Oct Winner of 1 VS Winner of 2 TBD
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EACA Power 40 Division I Schedule 2016

1 8-May Liberty SC VS Gladiator CC 108 Canarsie
Big Apple CC Falcons CC Lido Beach
Atlantis CC – NY Galaxy CC Hecksher 11
Richmond Hill CC Everest/ACS CC Baisley Cage
2 15-May Falcons CC VS Liberty SC Belmont State
Galaxy CC Gladiator CC Bay Park
Everest/ACS CC Big Apple CC Lido Beach
Richmond Hill CC Atlantis CC – NY Baisley Cage
3 22-May Liberty SC VS Galaxy CC Bay Park
Falcons CC Everest/ACS CC Belmont State
Gladiator CC Richmond Hill CC Lido Beach
Big Apple CC Atlantis CC – NY Baisley Cage
4 5-Jun Everest/ACS CC VS Liberty SC Lido Beach
Richmond Hill CC Galaxy CC Baisley Cage
Atlantis CC – NY Falcons CC Hecksher 11
Big Apple CC Gladiator CC Bay Park
5 12-Jun Liberty SC VS Richmond Hill CC Baisley Cage
Everest/ACS CC Atlantis CC – NY Lido Beach
Galaxy CC Big Apple CC Bay Park
Falcons CC Gladiator CC Belmont State
6 19-Jun Atlantis CC – NY VS Liberty SC Hecksher 11
Big Apple CC Richmond Hill CC Baisley Cage
Gladiator CC Everest/ACS CC Lido Beach
Galaxy CC Falcons CC Belmont State
7 26-Jun Liberty SC VS Big Apple CC Bay Park
Atlantis CC – NY Gladiator CC Hecksher 11
Richmond Hill CC Falcons CC Baisley Cage
Everest/ACS CC Galaxy CC Lido Beach
First Division Round 2
8 10-Jul Gladiator CC VS Liberty SC Bay Park
Falcons CC Big Apple CC Belmont State
Galaxy CC Atlantis CC – NY Baisley Cage
Everest/ACS CC Richmond Hill CC Lido Beach
9 17-Jul Liberty SC VS Falcons CC Baisley Cage
Gladiator CC Galaxy CC Belmont State
Big Apple CC Everest/ACS CC Bay Park
Atlantis CC – NY Richmond Hill CC Lido Beach
10 24-Jul Galaxy CC VS Liberty SC Bay Park
Everest/ACS CC Falcons CC Lido Beach
Richmond Hill CC Gladiator CC Baisley Cage
Atlantis CC – NY Big Apple CC Hecksher 11
11 31-Jul Liberty SC VS Everest/ACS CC Baisley Cage
Galaxy CC Richmond Hill CC Bay Park
Falcons CC Atlantis CC – NY Belmont State
Gladiator CC Big Apple CC Lido Beach
12 7-Aug Richmond Hill CC VS Liberty SC Baisley Cage
Atlantis CC – NY Everest/ACS CC Hecksher 11
Big Apple CC Galaxy CC Bay Park
Gladiator CC Falcons CC Lido Beach
13 14-Aug Liberty SC VS Atlantis CC – NY Bay Park
Richmond Hill CC Big Apple CC Baisley Cage
Everest/ACS CC Gladiator CC Lido Beach
Galaxy CC Falcons CC Belmont State
14 21-Aug Big Apple CC VS Liberty SC Bay Park
Gladiator CC Atlantis CC – NY Lido Beach
Falcons CC Richmond Hill CC Belmont State
Galaxy CC Everest/ACS CC Baisley Cage
First Division Semi-Finals
1 28-Aug First Place VS Fourth Place TBD
2 Second Place Third Palce TBD
First Division Finals
1 11-Sep Winner of 1 VS Winner of 2 TBD
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Sean Stanislaus Looks To Make American Combine Count

SeanSean Stanislaus started his cricket career as a fourteen year old opening batsman at the renowned Queens Park Cricket Club, Trinidad and Tobago. Dubbed a future Trinidad and Tobago Captain by former West Indies batsman and Queens Park Cricket Administrator, Bryan Davis, Stanislaus has always been destined to succeed in cricket. Davis even compared Stanislaus to the now globetrotting cricket superstar Dwayne Bravo.

In 2001 Stanislaus made the switch from the Twin Island republic to the United States of America to pursue a better education. In 2012 on his return to Queens Park, Stanislaus learned that his departure in 2001 was just mere days before a call up to Trinidad and Tobago national trials. It would be another six years before Stanislaus found cricket again. In 2007 Stanislaus joined Global Cricket Club of the Millennium Cricket League, one of the most competitive and near professional leagues in the North East. Stanislaus has been a core member on Global since, dominating the League with six 40 over titles and seven twenty/20 titles. Stanislaus has even led Global with former First Class and Test Players such as Sudesh Dhaniram, Niel Mc Garrell, Kevin Darlington and Jermaine Lawson.

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Stanislaus has shown that he has longevity and commitment to stick with one club for an extend duration. In 2008 he joined the established GWIA of the Garden State Cricket League, one of the toughest, if not the most challenging league in the North East and the Nation. Stanislaus featured as a match winner alongside Mc Garrell season after season scoring two hundred and five fifties lifting the championship two times and was League MVP in 2012. Stanislaus exploits did not go unseen whether it be, his batting, wicket keeping or seam bowling. In 2008 he was rewarded with a selection to the Atlantic Region Team for the USACA Eastern Conference Tournament and has played at the regional level ever since. In 2014 Stanislaus walked out at the USACA National Championship as the Atlantic Region captain showcasing his leadership ability at the national level.

Apart from being a standout at the club and regional level Stanislaus has been a consistent figure at the US Open, Radiant Info Twenty/20 among other marquee tournaments across the land. Stanislaus is the fifth top run scorer in the history of the Millennium Cricket League with 2906 runs (40-Overs). Like the best students of the game Stanislaus can bat, bowl, wicket-keep and lead, and is seen by his contemporaries as a true asset to the US national program.

*Sean Stanislaus brings batting from 9:24 and is wearing #10 shirt

Major Teams: Atlantic Region, Bedessee Destroyers, Global CC, Berbice Royals, GWIA, Richmond Hill CC, Gymkhana CC, and Queens Park Cricket Club

OVERALL 40 OVER CAREER:

M            I               NO         Runs      HS           Avg        100         50           CT          

184         172         11           4587       144         28.49     5              23           64          

O             Runs      M            W            BBI         5W         10W       Avg        SR          

550         4004       79           194         6/36       1              0              20.64     17.10    

MILLENNIUM CRICKET LEAGUE CAREER

http://www.millenniumcricketleague.com/Home/ShowPlayer.aspx?pid=1144

GARDEN STATE CRICKET LEAGUE CAREER.

http://www.dreamcricket.com/gsclnj/PlayerDetails.aspx?Uid=13928

CRICKET LEAGUE OF NEW JERSEY CAREER

http://www.dreamcricket.com/clnj/PlayerDetails.aspx?Uid=7725

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West Indies PCL Team of the Round IX

WI Professional Cricket League Team of the Ninth Round

JD CampbellJohn Campbell was the player of the round back in the third round and this week he topped the charts again. Campbell, the captain of Jamaica Scorpions led by example scoring 135 and 83 not out as well as picking up a five wicket haul with the ball. Campbell is sixth on the batting charts going into the final round with 572 runs and 20 wickets placing him at 13th on the wicket taking list. Campbell’s form of late has definitely shown signs of maturity and is surely one for the selectors to consider. This is Campbell’s second appearance on the team of the round.

Kraigg Brathwaite scored his third hundred this campaign, 123 to undo the Red Force. Only Vishaul Singh has as many centuries this season. Brathwaite is fourth on the run charts with 645 runs and this is his fifth appearance on the team of the round and is making his place on the test team one of the easiest to determine come selection time.

Devon Smith has been revving the run scoring engines over the last two rounds and even went one better this round. Smith scored 125 for Windward Island Volcanoes his 26th First Class century. Even though his efforts were not enough to avoid defeat to the Jamaica Scorpion Smith is surely pushing himself to be consider for the India test series with 588 runs and fifth overall.

Kyle Hope has been a revelation this season, sort of a late bloomer, following a successful NAGICO Super 50 tournament, he has been a consistent performer at the top of the order for the Red Force. Ironically, Hope a Barbadian provided the only resistance for Red Force against his former mates, the Barbados Pride, scoring 77 and 76. Hope is making his first appearance on the Team of the Round.

Montcin Hodge scored an unbeaten 149 for Leeward Island Hurricanes in a commanding performance against league leaders Guyana Jaguars. This was Hodge’s maiden First Class hundred elevating him to his first appearance on the Team of the round. Hodge has the second best batting average of 65.50.

Devon Thomas scored his second First Class hundred with a fluent 122 as the Scorpions made light work of the Volcanoes. This is Thomas’ first significant score this season and his first appearance on the team of the round. This century will do well to repay the Scorpions’ faith in him.

Kevin Stoute has been a consistent performer during the campaign for the Pride especially with his seam bowling. This round Stoute reminder us of his batting ability scoring 66 in addition to taking four wickets to oust the Red Force. Stoute is the second best quick bowler this season with 25 wickets and is tenth overall on the wicket taking charts. This is Stoute’s second appearance on the team of the round.

Gavin Tonge like Stoute put in an all-round performance this round scalping four wickets and scoring 59 with the bat. Tonge is the fifth best quick bowler this season with 19 wickets. This is Tonge’s first appearance on the team of the round.

Kemar Roach back from injury showed shades of his old self with a four wicket haul against the Red Force. Roach will be looking to continue this form going into the final round match against the Hurricanes. Roach will be pressing to impress on the selectors that he is still capable. This is Roach’s first appearance on the team of the round.

Damion Jacobs snared a five wicket haul to derail the Volcanoes. Jacobs has claimed 30 wickets this term and is the ninth most successful bowler. This is Jacob’s second appearance on the team of the round.

Jomel Warrican was the third bowler to claim five wickets this round as he helped Pride rout the Red Force. Warrican has taken 19 wickets from less that half the number of matches played, in his case four. Warrican completes the sextet of players making their team of the round debut.

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USA Cricket Combines – 2016

The 2016 USA Cricket Combine application process is now open.

icc-americas-cricket-combine-p-cmykThe Combines aim to identify the best talent in the USA, and provide senior male, female and U-17 players with the opportunity to test themselves against the best in the country. 

The Combines will take place during April, May and June in 8 cities, as follows:

 Venue  Combine Date  Player Type   Applications close
 Los Angeles  April 7 – 10  Senior Men only  March 21st
 San Francisco  April 14 – 17  Female & U17 only  March 28th
 Fort Lauderdale  April 21 – 24  Female, U17 & Senior Men  April 4th
 Houston  May 5 – 8  Female, U17 & Senior Men  April 18th
 Chicago  May 12 – 15  Female, U17 & Senior Men  April 25th
 Washington DC  May 19 – 22  Female, U17 & Senior Men  May 2nd
 New Jersey  June 2 – 5  Senior Men only  May 16th
 New York  June 9 – 12  Female, U17 & Senior Men  May 23rd

Should you wish to apply to attend one of the Combines, please click on the below link:

http://iccamericas.com/cricketcombine/players

Applicants can only attend one of the Combines, so please select the one most convenient to you. 

In addition, applicants must also be eligible to represent the USA (see eligibility criteria on the website).

The Combine program will also provide opportunities for local coaches to be involved alongside the high-profile coaches that will be brought in to assist.  Like the players, all interested coaches need to apply online (see link below) to be considered.

http://iccamericas.com/cricketcombine/coach

The USA Cricket Combines will be coordinated by ICC Americas, in collaboration with the USA cricket community.

If you want to test yourself against the best, apply now.  For California and Florida, please note your Combines are fast approaching!

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West Indies PCL Team of Round 8

West Indies Professional Cricket League Team of the Round – 8

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Leon Johnson (source: espncricinfo)

Leon Johnson struck his second hundred of the season and the only century of the round, 107 to lead the Guyana Jaguars to victory over Jamaica Scorpions. Johnson is the second top scorer this season and is one who is pressing for a Test team recall when India arrives in the summer. Johnson has appearrf in the Team on the round on three previous occasions this season.

Kraigg Brathwaite scored 66 and 37 as Barbados Pride got the better of the Winward Islands Volcanoes. Brathwaite an incumbent on the West Indian Team has been doing his bit to retain his place. This is Brathwaite’s fourth appearance on the Team of the round and he sits fifth among the season’s leading run scorers.

Devon Smith appetite for runs does not seem to be waning with age. The Grenadian opener posted two fifties, 87 and 51 for the Volcanoes against the Pride and is the leading scorer for his side. Smith is tenth on the run scoring charts, but faces stiff competition if he is to gain a recall in the twilight of his career. This is Smith second and consecutive appearance on the Team of the Round.

Imran Khan who started his First Class career as a Batting All-rounder, but has been consistent of late mainly with his Leg Spin bowling, showed that he still have the tenacity to score runs. Promoted to open the batting a position he is familiar with especially in the dawn of his career, Khan scored 82 to add to his six wickets as he led the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force over the Leeward Islands Hurricanes. Khan is the third best bowler this season with 37 wickets and has previously appeared on the Team on the round once .

Roston Chase is making his fourth appearance on the Team of the Round on the back of 53 and an unbeaten 35 in Pride’s win over the Hurricanes. Chase is the third best batsman this term with 584 runs. His name should come up for consideration when the selector sit ahead of the India tour.

Narsingh Deonarine scored 68 for the Red Force over the Hurricanes which lifted him to his third appearance on the Team of the round. Deonarine has scored 384 run this campaign and sits twelfth on the batting charts.

Rakheem Cornwall had made the Team of the round in the past for mainly his bowling, but so too for his batting. This round Cornwall went one better displaying both his batting a bowling capabilities, scoring 31 and 65 as well as scalping five wickets. Cornwall has scored 328 run (16th) and taken 37 wickets to be the second best bowler in the league.

Justin Greaves makes his debut on the team of the round on the back of his five wicket haul against the Scorpions. Greaves in one of three Fast bowlers to make the team this round, the most by the Quicks for the Team of the Round this season.

Nikita Miller has been an unstoppable force this season featuring in six of eight Team of the rounds this term. Miller’s consistency has been sublime of late starring in all of the last five rounds. Miller is twenty plus wickets ahead of Cornwall in second with 58 scalps. If there was a time for Miller to have his chance it would be no other time than this season.

Mervin Matthews like Greaves makes his first appearance on the Team of the round this season. Matthews’ six wicket haul against the Jaguars lifted him to the Team of the round. Matthew is the third most successful fast bowler this term with 18 wickets.

Ronsford Beaton completes the pace bowling trio for the Team of the round as he too makes his first appearance to the Team . His five wicket burst stunned the Hurricanes. Beaton is the sixth best quick this campaign with 15 wickets.

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Free Spring Cricket Coaching From April 2 to May 7th

CLPUSA Wh logoCLPUSA will open its Free Spring Cricket Coaching on April 2 to May 7. Students between the ages of seven and 15 years old are encouraged to be part of the history making experience. Location: Baisley Pond Park, Queens

TRY OUT FOR OUR U-15 TEAM WITH A CHANCE TO PLAY AT THE NATIONAL U-15 TOURNAMENT THIS SUMMER

To register – Call: 917-266-5395

Email: ravellod@live.com 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CricketLetsplayUSA

Click:https://vellocricket.net/2014/04/23/register-for-cricket-lets-play-usa/ 

CLPUSA has introduced cricket to over 6500 students in the New York Elementary and Middle Schools. CLPUSA has been featured on One World Sports’ “Out of My League,” – http://tinyurl.com/n7jdaqo  while contesting the NATA Under-13 tournament. Over the winter CLPUSA conducted coaching programs geared on improving the technical ability of the players.

CLPUSAUnder the guidance of Dyon Ravello CLPUSA will continue to serve students with the latest and most effective drills and tips on improving their game. Ravello not only a coach with experience of coaching over 1500 students but too, is a certified umpire with experiences in officiating youth leagues like the Public School Athlete League and NYPD United as well as open  Leagues as in NYD Metropolitan Cricket Association and the Eastern American Cricket Association. Apart from coaching at the “Pee Wee” level, Ravello has coached Colt players up to age 21. Many of these players have represented the New York Region and even the US National Team, be it, seniors or Under 19.

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West Indies PCL Round Seven XI

West Indian Professional Cricket League Team of the Round

Evin LewisEvin Lewis entered the team of the round for the first time this season. His scores of 87 and 104 against Jamaica Scorpions earned him man of the match as well as player of the round as the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force notched the rounds only win. Lewis has shown maturity of late scoring his first hundreds in all three formats this season. Lewis is the ninth top run scorer this season.

Devon Smith is into the twilight of his career and has been knocking on the Team of the Round for a number of round and was finally able to break in this week. He score 89 for Windward Island Volcanoes versus Leeward Island Hurricanes.

Shai Hope has featured in the team of the week for all but one round of which he has played in. Hope followed up last weeks 162 with an unbeaten 114 against league leaders Guyana Jaguars. Hope is currently the fifth best run scorer this season and is taking destiny in his own hands as he tries to maintain his place on the regional team.

Jonathan Carter has feature in a prior selection of the Team of the Round and returned on the back of an undefeated even hundred from the Barbados Pride against the Jaguars. Carter is 12th best on the run charts this season

Kaveem Hodge struck his maiden first class hundred for the Volcanoes against the Hurricanes to propel him into the Team of the Round for the first time as well.

Jahmar Hamilton made his second and consecutive appearance in the Team of the Round with two cameos for the Hurricanes versus the Volcanoes.

Rahkeem Cornwall is the third best wicket taker this season but did not make the Team of the Round this week for his bowling. Cornwall near miss Hundred of 97 was enough for his third appearance on the rounds eleven.

Roston Chase and Cornwall swapped roles this round as chase who had made the Team of the round by virtue of his batting on two occasions. This week Chase bagged ten wickets against the Jaguars with his offspin, filling in for Sulieman Benn, Ashley Nurse and Jomel Warrican.

Kyle Mayers made first appearance on the Team of the Round on the back of an all-round performance for the Volcanoes. Mayer scalped five wickets, then score a half century.

Nikita Miller continues to be the number one wicket take in the Caribbean this season. His seven wickets against the Red Force earn him his fourth appearance on the Team of the Round

Jon Russ Jagesssar is only into his second first class match and has broken into the Team of the Round. Jagessar’s match haul of eleven wickets versus the Scorpions has pushed him to 14th on the wicket taking charts

Team of Round Five: Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Yannick Cariah, Narsingh Deonarine, Roston Chase, Yannick Ottley, Andre Fletcher, Shane Shillingford, Ashley Nurse, Gudesh Motie-Kanhai, Nikita Miller and Miguel Cummins.

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