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Distribution list: Tuesday 18 August

 
 
Coronavirus (Covid-19) update
Please find below the thirty-sixth edition of our coronavirus (Covid-19) update.

We have provided a reminder that we are at Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap, of our advice to clubs in local lockdown areas and that in September the NatWest Rugby Force weekend will take place on the 5th/6th, followed by the Pitch Up for Rugby weekend on the 12th/13th.

There’s also a last call for the rugby community to take part in our Diversity and Inclusion Survey.

Please visit our dedicated web portal on the England Rugby website to access coronavirus information and updates here.

Past editions of these weekly updates can be found on this part of the website. Click here if you need to find a previous edition.
 
 
RFU headlines
Update on the return to community rugby
We remain at Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap.

If they wish to, the rugby community can now recommence some larger group rugby activity, initially non-contact, subject to adherence with RFU guidance and also continuing to follow Government Coronavirus (Covid-19) Guidelines.

The return is initially through Ready4Rugby, a non-contact game, enabling two teams of up to 10 players to engage in training and match activity in their own club environment. Other touch rugby activity (including O2 Touch centres) will also be able to recommence.
 
 
 
Join the NatWest Rugby Force and Pitch Up for Rugby weekends in September
Having reached Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap, let’s celebrate in September, with NatWest Rugbyforce on weekend of 5th and 6th, when more than 800 clubs will improve facilities ready for the following weekend’s Pitch Up for Rugby on 12th and 13th.

During the Pitch Up for Rugby weekend players will enjoy touch and Ready4Rugby on the pitch. Make sure you register here and read this helpful guide.

Clubs should only take part in these activities if they feel ready to do so.

Join our webinar at 7pm on Thursday 20 August to get advice and tips on making both of the September weekends a success. Click below to register.

More information on the NatWest Rugby Force and Pitch Up for Rugby weekends is also available below.
Webinar
More Information
 
 
 
Local lockdown guidelines
Clubs are reminded that the powers around local restrictions lie with local authorities. We are advised that unless local restrictions specifically mention restrictions on team sports and/or rugby clubs should follow the NGB guidelines.

Currently, all clubs in North lockdown areas can continue to operate at Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap as the government website makes it clear that those sports that have action plans approved by government may continue to operate as per NGB guidelines.

North of England local restrictions - read

However, clubs in Leicester are currently restricted to groups of no more than 6 in socially distanced activity and hence must remain at Stage B.

Leicester local restrictions - read

All clubs may need to limit their activities in line with any local restrictions and are advised to consult with the local authority in which their facilities are located should they be in any doubt. Information regarding any new local lockdown restrictions will be posted on the government website below. We will provide an update to the game if there is any change in guidance to playing rugby union.
Lockdown News
 
 
 
Other important updates
Diversity and Inclusion
Time is running out to complete the survey before the deadline of 11.59pm on Wednesday 19 August 2020. If you haven’t already done so, please give your feedback by clicking on the link below and also share it with other members of your club or constituency.

Findings from our survey will inform the development of a new Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which will be published in the autumn.
Take Survey
 
 
 
Adult Male Future Competition Structure
The Future Competitions Structure Group (FCS) has released a Recommendation Paper regarding the adult male competitions structure (English Club Championship Level 3 and below), for implementation in the 2021/22 season. This follows frequent engagement with the game over the last nine months and the collection of extensive evidence, both providing critical insight into the challenges identified. Click below to read the plan.

Your feedback is welcomed ahead of any RFU Council decision on 2 October 2020. Please click below to give your views. Please also share with your members so that they can have their say too.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions.
Read Plan
Take Survey
 
 
 
Other important updates
Training Course Updates - August 2020
Face to face training courses will re-start when it is safe to do so, and when the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap has progressed sufficiently for us to carry out components of the training courses such as use of tag belts, simulated tackle and scrummaging.

As we have not yet progressed into any contact or tag rugby, the Kids First webinar courses planned for August have been pushed back.

TackleSafe and new Headcase eLearning courses are due to go live by the end of August.

As announced last week, the new Introduction to Safeguarding eLearning course is live. Please register below.
Register
 
 
 
Eddie Jones’ webinar series - Leading High Performing and Effective Rugby Environments in the Adult Game
Join Eddie Jones, England Head Coach; Bill Sweeney, RFU CEO; Steve Grainger, RFU Rugby Development Director and John Inverdale, the newly appointed Chairman of the NCA and a RFU Council member, on one the following webinars – just click on the date to register:

24 August 7-8pm Level 5/6
26 August 7-8 pm Level 7-12

Eddie will chat to John about his experiences in managing and adapting to change and how to stay ahead of the game.

Given the level of interest in the webinar we ask that there are no more than five representatives from each club. Please share the invite with those who might be interested.

Once all the events have taken place, an on demand version will be made available on englandrugby.com.
 
 
 
Running your Club – Virtual Workshops September to November 2020
The first of the next round of Club Matters workshops will take place on 2 September between 6.30-8.30pm. Titled Volunteer Experience, this workshop will aim to provide top tips in recruiting, retaining and rewarding volunteers. Places are limited to 18 attendees, allocated on a first come, first served basis. Click below to discover details of all of the workshops and also to register for the 2 September event.
Workshop Details
Register
 
 
 
Catch up on previous webinars
For those who want to catch up on previous webinars, these are available on the England Rugby website. Please click on the links below:

Club Webinars
Referee Webinars
Coach Webinars
 
 
 
Other important news
Re-open right with Britvic
Britvic, Official Soft Drink Supplier to England Rugby want to Pitch In and help rugby clubs across the country to re-start their businesses by ensuring they have all the support and information at hand, making the re-opening of on-trade and bar operations as smooth as possible. Just click on the Britvic Sensational Drinks portal below to access the latest trends, guides and advice to help your club recover from lockdown and move towards growing your business, making more money from your returning players and supporters.
Britvic Portal
 
 
 
Rugby community doing great things
Today we highlight the merger of East Dorset RFC and Dorset Dockers who have become East Dorset Dockers, a development which will help grow the player pool. Click here to read more.

In addition to clubs helping their communities, we are now highlighting clubs’ self-help initiatives, as well as activities being undertaken to improve diversity and inclusion at clubs, on englandrugby.com.

Mitsubishi Motors in the UK are proud supporters of the rugby volunteers across England who make up an integral part of the game. Help us recognise your work by sharing your club and individual stories and videos with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click below to find out more about the Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer Recognition Programme.
Recognition Programme

This is an opportunity for male players for the ACE (Academy Colleges & Education) was AASE.

Age Group U16s - School year 11 in September 2020 who wish to be considered for the ACE intake in season 2021-22.

 

 

Contact Richard Pryor at London Irish for more details  - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

ACE Flyer small

 

Please click HERE for an update from Terry Burwell our RFU Council Representative.

 
 
 
 
Community Game Update – August 2020
Content:
1. Update on the return to community rugby
2. Join the NatWest Rugby Force and Pitch Up for Rugby events
3. Local lockdown guidance
4. ADULT MALE FUTURE COMPETITIONS STRUCTURE
5. Safeguarding update
6. Diversity and Inclusion - complete the survey
7. Register for an Eddie Jones webinar
8. Running your Club – Virtual Workshops - Sept to Nov 2020
9. 2020 Annual General Meeting – Draft Minutes
10. Share your Ready4Rugby stories and videos

Welcome to the August 2020 Community Game Update. We hope you find the update useful, and if you have any feedback, queries or content that you would like to feature, please email Vee Montebello, RFU Senior Communications Manager (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Our communications to you are based on the data held in the Game Management System (GMS). To ensure you receive the communications that you want to from the RFU, please check the information held on this system is up to date and active. In addition, if you know of a colleague who should be receiving these updates, but isn’t, please help them to check their details on GMS.

This communication is only sent to the roles highlighted in the distribution list above. Please share it with others in your club who need to see it.
 
 
Update on the return to community rugby
We have announced we are now at Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap.

As a result, the rugby community can now recommence some larger group rugby activity, initially non-contact, subject to adherence with RFU guidance and also continuing to follow Government Coronavirus (Covid-19) Guidelines.

The return will initially be through non-contact rugby focused on Ready4Rugby, a non-contact game, enabling two teams of up to 10 players to engage in training and match activity in their own club environment. Subject to satisfactory operation through August, we hope to then be able to move to inter-club Ready4Rugby in September. Other touch rugby activity (including O2 Touch centres) will also be able to recommence.
 
 
 
Calling on clubs across the country to join the September celebrations
Having reached Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap, let’s celebrate in September, with NatWest Rugbyforce on September 5 and 6 weekend, when more than 800 clubs will improve facilities ready for the following weekend’s ‘Pitch Up for Rugby’ on September 12 and 13.

During the Pitch Up for Rugby Weekend players will enjoy touch and Ready4Rugby on the pitch. Make sure you register here and read this helpful guide.

Join our webinar at 7pm on Thursday 20 August to get advice and tips on making both the NatWest Rugby Force and Pitch Up for Rugby weekends a success. Click below to register.

Click below for guidance and information on the NatWest Rugby Force and Pitch Up for Rugby weekends.
Webinar
More Information
 
 
 
Local lockdown guidelines
Clubs are reminded that the powers around local restrictions lie with local authorities. We are advised that unless local restrictions specifically mention restrictions on team sports and/or rugby clubs should follow the NGB guidelines.

Currently, all clubs in North lockdown areas can continue to operate at Stage C on the Return to Rugby Roadmap as the government website makes it clear that those sports that have action plans approved by government may continue to operate as per NGB guidelines. However, clubs in Leicester are currently restricted to groups of no more than 6 in socially distanced activity and hence must remain at Stage B.

All clubs may need to limit their activities in line with any local restrictions and are advised to consult with the local authority in which their facilities are located should they be in any doubt.

North of England local restrictions - read
Leicester local restrictions - read

Luton local restrictions were lifted on 1 August, therefore National restrictions now apply.

Information regarding any new local lockdown restrictions will be posted on the government website below. We will provide an update to the game if there is any change in guidance to playing rugby union.
Lockdown News
 
 
 
ADULT MALE FUTURE COMPETITIONS STRUCTURE

The Future Competitions Structure Group (FCS) has today released a Recommendation Paper on the adult male competitions structure (English Club Championship Level 3 and below), for implementation in the 2021/22 season. This follows frequent engagement with the game over the last nine months and evidence collection.

We know that players are playing less games each season due to lifestyle reasons and modern day demands on time.

We now have the opportunity to establish a competition structure across the game that serves the interests of all of our players and clubs and underpins our game for the future. The paper recognises the significant opportunity for rugby to develop an optimal playing offer and structure which: protects the future health of the adult male game; meet the needs of current and future players; balances quality of experience and player welfare needs and limits travel, while protecting the sustainability of clubs.

The proposals include: reducing league sizes in a number of instances; introducing league break weekends, and organising leagues which minimise travel, all essential to meet the game’s needs. Player feedback has highlighted the importance of knockout rugby, therefore it is proposed that we invigorate cup/knock-out rugby. Click below to read the plan.

Your feedback is welcomed ahead of any RFU Council decision on 2 October 2020. Please click below to give your views. Please also share with your members so that they can have their say too.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions.

 

Read Plan
        
Take Survey

 

 
 
 
Safeguarding Update
RFU Regulations - Club Safeguarding Officers should have received a detailed review of all Regulation 21 changes in the RFU Safeguarding Bulletin via their Constituent Body Safeguarding Manager.

GMS Club Safeguarding Audit - the deadline is extended for season 2020/21 to 30 November 2020. The CSO, or another officer with access to the club’s organisational profile, should complete questions by that date in the questionnaire tab. The ideal is to have all clubs able to answer yes to each question, but understand that there may be work in progress. Don’t forget to tick the safeguarding declaration at the end and press submit.

Introduction to Safeguarding eLearning course – so that all those in a position of trust have an understanding of safeguarding before starting in their role, it is now compulsory for anyone requiring DBS clearance to first complete the new Introduction to Safeguarding eLearning course. This course is free, open to all and will be recorded on GMS. It will take about 30 minutes and must be completed by anyone making new DBS applications, renewing their certificates or wishing to participate in the England Rugby Coaching or Refereeing Award courses. We strongly recommend that all coaches, referees and volunteers working with children and young people complete this course before rugby activity resumes this season.

This course does not replace Play it Safe, but ensures that everyone has a grasp of the basics in relation to safeguarding, including being able to recognise and report concerns on the signs of abuse. Play it Safe will build on that knowledge.

To book onto the course you will need your personal GMS login details and it will appear on your GMS profile 14 - 21 days after completion. Access the Introduction to Safeguarding eLearning course by logging into the MS Course Administration Centre below.
Login Here
 
 
 
Diversity and Inclusion
We are committed to a step change in increasing diversity and inclusion and are conducting a survey among our stakeholders as we really want to listen and hear your views and experiences. We want to understand what is already working, what we need to do to accelerate change and how to do that.

Findings from our survey will inform the development of a new Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which will be published in the autumn. This is not a quick fix, but the start of a continual drive to ensure our sport is open to all.

If you haven’t already done so, we’d really appreciate you taking some time to complete the survey, as well as sharing it with other members of your club or constituency, before the deadline of 11.59pm on Wednesday 19 August 2020.
Take Survey
 
 
 
Eddie Jones’ webinar series - Leading High Performing and Effective Rugby Environments in the Adult Game
Join Eddie Jones, England Head Coach; Bill Sweeney, RFU CEO; Steve Grainger, RFU Rugby Development Director and John Inverdale, the newly appointed Chairman of the NCA and a RFU Council member, on one the following webinars – just click on the date to register:

17 August 7-8pm NCA Level 3/4
24 August 7-8pm Level 5/6
26 August 7-8 pm Level 7-12

Eddie will chat to John about his experiences in managing and adapting to change and how to stay ahead of the game.

Given the level of interest in the webinar we ask that there are no more than five representatives from each club. Please share the invite with those who might be interested.

Once all the events have taken place, an on demand version will be made available on englandrugby.com.
 
 
 
Running your Club – Virtual Workshops 2 September to 4 November 2020
We are working with Club Matters to deliver club support virtual workshop sessions on a number of topics. The workshops will run for a maximum of 2 hours (6:30pm-8:30pm) and will be limited to 18 attendees, allocated on a first come, first served basis. Click below to discover details of all of the workshops.

The first of these workshops, titled Volunteer Experience – gain top tips in recruiting, retaining and rewarding volunteers - will take place on 2 September. Register below.
Workshop Details
Register
 
 
 
2020 Annual General Meeting – Draft Minutes
The draft minutes from the 12 June virtual AGM are now available on the AGM webpage. These will be submitted to members for approval at the 2021 AGM, and you can view them.

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. below if you have any comments or questions.
Draft Minutes
 
 
 
Calling on the rugby community to share their stories
We are now calling on clubs to send in videos of their players engaging in Ready4Rugby activities to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and/or post the videos on their social media channels using #Ready4Rugby. Please ensure anything you post on social media reflects fully the approved format of the game.
 
 
Distribution list: Tuesday 11 August

 
 
Coronavirus (Covid-19) update
Please find below the thirty-fifth edition of our coronavirus (Covid-19) update.

We have provided an update on the return to community rugby following a move to Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap and advice for clubs in local lockdown areas .

We have also announced two weekends of celebration in September – the NatWest Rugby Force Weekend on the 5th/6th, and the Pitch Up for Rugby Weekend on the 12th/13th.

There’s also a call for the rugby community to take part in our Diversity and Inclusion Survey.

Please visit our dedicated web portal on the England Rugby website to access coronavirus information and updates here.

Past editions of these weekly updates can be found on this part of the website. Click here if you need to find a previous edition.
 
 
RFU headlines
Update on the return to community rugby
Last Saturday we announced a positive step forward on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap, which has been updated to move from Stage B to Stage C.

Our roadmap was first published ahead of the Government releasing its framework for return to recreational team sport. When that Government guidance was issued there was a requirement to provide a detailed assessment of exposure risk through face to face contact across both contact and non-contact rugby together with evidence of mitigations put in place to allow for safe return in some format of the game. The latest roadmap reflects those discussions and provides further guidance to clubs on acceptable rugby activity within Stage C, as defined

The fact based medical assessment highlighted a significantly increased risk in transmission when playing full-contact rugby and therefore any form of contact rugby is still NOT permitted. Premiership Rugby will return this week but they are operating under Elite Sporting Guidance and strict Covid-19 testing regimes.

In order to move from group training in teams of six, we undertook an extensive process of submitting detailed fact based medical proposals to be scrutinised by the Government - including DCMS, Public Health England and N0 10. These proposals were approved last week and clubs can now play Ready4Rugby. Subject to satisfactory operation through August we hope to be able to move to inter-club Ready4Rugby in September. Other Touch Rugby activity (including O2 Touch centres) will also be able to recommence.

The introduction of these options is in addition to non-contact skills based group activity, carried out following the Government’s social distancing guidelines, which clubs would normally develop as part of their pre-season training. Guidance on acceptable training activity is provided in the Guidance on Restarting Competitive Grassroots Rugby, and also in this on-demand webinar. We would encourage coaches and clubs to share their best practice with others.

We are continuing to undertake detailed analysis on potential adaptations to the key high risk contact areas in the game, and will be seeking Government approval to bring back contact training when it is deemed safe to do so. We will keep you informed on this, in the meantime.

In the meantime, thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on their experience of Ready4Rugby. We are now calling on clubs to send in videos of their players engaging in Ready4Rugby activities to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and/or post the videos on their social media channels using #Ready4Rugby. Please ensure anything you post on social media reflect fully the approved format of the game.
 
 
Local lockdown guidelines
As more areas of the country are entering local lockdowns, clubs are reminded that the powers around local restrictions lie with local authorities. Clubs may need to limit their activities in line with any local restrictions and are advised to consult with the local authority in which their facilities are located should they be in any doubt.
 
 
Future Competitions Structure – CB opportunity
The Future Competitions Structure Group (FCS) are preparing a Recommendation Paper that will be shared with the Game (including CBs) on Friday 14 August.

We would also like to offer CBs the opportunity to speak directly with members of the FCS Group about the proposed recommendations to the adult male competitions structure (English Club Championships Level 3 and below).

CBs can sign up to one of ten sessions via an invitation which will be sent by email direct to the CB Honorary Secretary. The sessions will provide an opportunity for CB officials to ask questions and discuss the proposed changes. The sessions dates will take place on the following dates in August:

- 19th: 7pm
- 20th: 3pm and 7pm
- 21st: 3pm
- 24th: 3pm and 7pm
- 25th: 3pm and 7pm
- 27th: 3pm and 7pm
 
 
Rugby is back - we call on clubs across the country to join the celebrations
The rugby community is now able to recommence some larger group rugby activity, initially non-contact, subject to adherence with RFU guidance and also continuing to follow Government Coronavirus (Covid-19) Guidelines, together with any local government lockdown restrictions that may be implemented.

With the move to Stage C on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap confirmed, there will be two weekends of celebration in September.

NatWest Rugbyforce will kick things off on September 5 and 6, enabling over 800 clubs to make improvements to their facilities. Now in its 12th year, a record number of clubs are getting involved with the nationwide initiative developed with the RFU. With the programme now able to return safely, NatWest is offering more support for the rugby community than ever before. Grants awarded to clubs have ranged from £500 to £3,000 to help clubs remain sustainable for longer in these challenging times.

Just a week later, we are calling on communities to ‘Pitch Up for Rugby’ and join their local clubs during the weekend of September 12 and 13. There will be action back on the pitch in the form of touch and Ready4Rugby, the new non-contact game which enables two teams of up to 10 players to engage in match activity.

Click below for guidance and information on the NatWest Rugby Force and Pitch Up for Rugby weekends.
More Information
 
 
We want to hear your views about Diversity and Inclusion
Our sport is founded on inclusion and being open to all and we want rugby to reflect the diversity of society. We acknowledge that there are many great examples of inclusivity in our sport, but we believe that overall there is more we should be doing.

We are committed to a step change in tackling diversity and inclusion. As part of this, we are conducting a survey among our stakeholders as we really want to listen and hear your views and experiences. We want to understand what is already working, what we need to do to accelerate change and how we can do that. Your input is invaluable to help us achieve this.

We will be using the findings from our survey to inform the development of a new Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which will be published in the autumn. We know this is not a quick fix, this is the start of a continual drive to ensure our sport is open to all.

If you haven’t already done so, we’d really appreciate you taking some time to complete the survey, as well as sharing it with other members of your club or constituency.
Take Survey
 
 
 
Other important updates
Webinars: Volunteers and law & zero hour contracts - Thursday 13 August 7pm - 8pm
This webinar run by our legal partner, Irwin Mitchell, will cover the key legal issues in relation to volunteers and those engaged on zero hour contracts at your club.

Register now for the webinar and you will be automatically entered into a competition to win a signed England Rugby shirt.
Register
 
 
Eddie Jones’ webinar series - Leading High Performing and Effective Rugby Environments in the Adult Game
We would like to invite you to join Eddie Jones, England Head Coach, Bill Sweeney, RFU CEO, Steve Grainger, RFU Rugby Development Director and John Inverdale, the newly appointed Chairman of the NCA and a RFU Council member, on one the following webinars, which have been organised for the community game – just click on the date to register:

17 August 7-8pm NCA Level 3/4
24 August 7-8pm Level 5/6
26 August 7-8 pm Level 7-12

Eddie will chat to John about his experiences in managing and adapting to change and how to stay ahead of the game.

The invitation is for the roles of Club Chairs, Honorary Secretaries, Treasurers, coaches and players’ representatives at clubs at level seven and below. Given the level of interest in the webinar we ask that there are no more than five representatives from each club.

Once all the events have taken place, an on demand version will be made available on englandrugby.com.

Places are limited so please book early.
 
 
Making Pitch In & Pitch Up a success - Thursday 20 August 7pm-8pm
This webinar will provide advice and tips on making both the NatWest Rugby Force and Pitch Up for Rugby weekends a success.
Register
 
 
Catch up on previous webinars
For those who want to catch up on previous webinars, these are available on the England Rugby website. Please click on the links below:

Club Webinars
Referee Webinars
Coach Webinars
 
 
 
Other important news
World Rugby Transgender Proposal
The RFU has been contacted by World Rugby as part of their consultation on transgender rugby players. We are currently carrying out a detailed review of the proposals and evidence put forward by World Rugby in order to determine the RFU’s response to the consultation.
 
 
 
Rugby community doing great things
Today we thank Grasshoppers RFC for getting involved at the last minute to help us launch the Ready4Rugby event at Twickenham early Saturday morning. From Chair to coaches, players and parents/carers, all made a valuable contribution to helping the event run successfully. Click here to watch their involvement.

Players who have piled on some weight during lockdown and want to get fit again for the fast, new, non-contact rugby may want to sign up to an initiative launched by Old Albanians and raise money for charities which include the RFU Injured Players Foundation. The original Calorie Challenge was such a success that the club ran another and rolled it out to other clubs, and you can find out more below.

Northallerton Rugby Club in North Yorkshire lies in an area where tourism has suffered during lockdown and where a rugby club is a much needed part of the local community. You can see how they've been helping out below.
Calorie Challenge
Northallerton RFC
 
 
In addition to clubs helping their communities, we are now highlighting clubs’ self-help initiatives, as well as activities being undertaken to improve diversity and inclusion at clubs, on englandrugby.com.

Mitsubishi Motors in the UK are proud supporters of the rugby volunteers across England who make up an integral part of the game. Help us recognise your work by sharing your club and individual stories and videos with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click below to find out more about the Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer Recognition Programme.
Recognition Programme

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