Barlow Park, Cairns
Sun Apr 26, 4:00pm
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Brown is out. Aaron Gray has made his debut and started left center, Goodwin left wing, Johnston fullback, Inglis five-eighth, Tom Burgess prop, Grevsmuhl at lock. McInnes, Tyrrell and Clark started from the bench.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have gone down to the Canberra Raiders by 30-22 in front of 8713 at Barlow Park in Cairns. The Raiders were first to score inside the first five minutes of the match after a penalty to green machine for a high tackle gifted them field position – Jordan Rapana doing taking the points to make the score 4-0. Canberra almost doubled their points mere minutes later when Edrick Lee picked up a loose-ball before racing 40 metres to seemingly score. But the effort was disallowed after video replays showed Glenn Stewart was caught high as the ball went loose. Chris McQueen came within a whisker of hitting back for the red and greens when he hit a short-ball at speed close to the line. But the Raiders’ defence was equal to the task holding up McQueen millimetres short of the stripe. McQueen made no mistake the second time around though half way through the opening stanza, after some strong lead-up work from the Rabbitohs forwards – McQueen again hitting a beautiful ball from Luke Keary to charge over and score next to the posts. Issac Luke converted from short-range to take the lead at 6-4. The tide was about to turn further when Luke Keary put in a well-placed cross-field kick to an unmarked Bryson Goodwin who went in to score. Luke added the extras from the side-line to give Souths a 12-4 lead. Canberra compounded their problems when they sailed the ball over the dead-ball line from the kick-off, gifting the Rabbitohs possession and an instant crack going in again. But despite a dangerous attacking raid from the red and green backs, the ball would ultimately sail over the touch-line. Just minutes from half time, McQueen powered through the Raiders defence, streaking 30 metres before linking up with Alex Johnston who was mowed down just metres from the line. But with the Canberra side dishevelled, Greg Inglis took full advantage to score his 50th Rabbitohs try to make it 16-4. The second stanza started poorly for the Rabbitohs after the Raiders threaded a short-side play that saw Edrick Lee crash over, before Shannon Boyd added another four-pointer not long afterwards to make 16-14 in favour of the Raiders with Jarrod Croker’s conversion. South Sydney hit back mid-way through the second half when they ventured down the short-side before Bryson Goodwin kicked back in-field for a flying Luke Keary to touch down and score. Luke converted from just inside touch to make it 22-14. While the Rabbitohs looked in control, a penalty to the Raiders was all that was needed to turn the tide and Josh Papalii would be the main beneficiary when he streaked through the middle of the South Sydney defence to narrow the gap. Croker added the extras to make it a two-point ball-game at 22-20. The momentum began to build for the Raiders and more points were on the way with Blake Austin going over in similar fashion to Papalii to re-take the lead for the Raiders at 24-22. Croker blew the opportunity to make the difference four points when his conversion attempt from right in front hit the upright. With eight minutes remaining in the match, a crucial penalty within kicking distance to the Raiders was awarded, and Croker took advantage – making up for his earlier miss 25 metres out. Edrick Lee wrapped the match up though when he took a well-placed kick into the in-goal to grab his second of the afternoon to round out the match.
3 min 0-4 18 min 6-4 26 min 12-4 34 min 16-4 42 min 16-8 47 min 16-14 58 min 22-14 63 min 22-20 65 min 22-24 73 min 22-26 77 min 22-30 McQueen, Goodwin, Inglis, Keary tries Luke 3 from 4 goals Crowd 8,713 Referee A.Devcich/A.Shortall Penalities 6-9 Scrums 6-8 Min Tac Pe MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - Johnston, Alex 80 3 - 4 1 13 1 136 1 1 - - - - - LWng - Goodwin, Bryson 80 3 - 1 1 8 - 64 2 - 1 1 1 - - LCnt - Gray, Aaron 80 16 1 3 - 7 - 53 1 - 1 - - - - RCnt - Walker, Dylan 58 5 - 3 - 7 - 59 - - 1 - - - - RWng - Reddy, Joel 80 3 - - - 12 1 89 2 2 - - - - - 5/8 - Inglis, Greg 80 18 - 2 1 4 - 34 1 - 2 - 1 - - (c) Half - Keary, Luke 80 19 1 3 1 3 - 39 1 - 8 2 1 - - Prop - Burgess, George 52 39 1 - - 15 - 144 1 - - - - - - Hook - Luke, Issac 80 26 2 4 - 10 9 120 1 2 2 - - 3/4 - Prop - Burgess, Tom 55 24 - 1 - 18 - 185 1 1 - - - - - SRow - Stewart, Glenn 64 30 - 5 - 6 - 45 1 - - - - - - SRow - McQueen, Chris 80 24 1 2 - 10 - 94 1 - - - 1 - - Lock - Grevsmuhl, Chris 56 23 1 1 - 9 - 88 - 1 - - - - - Int - McInnes, Cameron 22 13 - - - 3 - 30 - - - - - - - Int - Tyrrell, Dave 27 8 1 1 - 6 - 51 - - - - - - - Int - Clark, Jason 39 23 - 1 - 6 - 35 1 - - - - - - Int - Grant, Tim 28 19 - 1 - 6 - 61 - - - - - - - TOTAL 312 9 32 6 143 1327 14 7 15 3 4 3/4 - Completion Rate - 22 / 34 65% Opposition Offloads - 3 Effective 1st Tackles 1 min 9m Keary kick / SS P(AGray) 65m / (C TRY) 8 min 15m P / SS Err(Reddy) SCR 9 min 81m SS P(TBurgess) 12 min 0m C Err SCR / Luke kick CIG 14 min 18m SS Err(McQueen) 15 min 29m Keary kick COF SS P(Grevsmuhl) 17 min 0m Keary kick COF CIG 18 min 0m TRY 21 min 71m SS Err(GBurgess) SCR 23 min 12m C Err SCR / Inglis kick 26 min 0m P / C 6TG SCR / Keary kick TRY 29 min 14m C Err P / SS Err(Johnston) SCR 31 min 22m Keary kick SS Err(AGray) 33 min 48m P / SS Err(Clark) SCR 13m / SS P(Stewart) 34 min 0m TRY 37 min 67m SS Err(Keary) 34m / SS P(Luke) 39 min 55m C Err SCR half time 40 min 65m Luke kick COF 26m / SS P(AGray) / (C TRY) 46 min 96m P / Keary kick COF 17m / SS P(McQueen) / (C TRY) 50 min 19m Keary kick 52 min 0m DWalker kick CIG 53 min 21m SS Err(Goodwin) SCR 55 min 29m Keary kick COF 57 min 82m SS Err(Goodwin) SCR 58 min 0m C Err SCR / Goodwin kick TRY 61 min 70m Inglis kick COF 7m / SS P(Luke) / (C TRY) 65 min 100m (C TRY) 69 min 54m C Err / SS Err(Luke) SCR 71 min 100m SS Err(Luke) SCR 73m / SS P(GBurgess) (C GOAL) 75 min 36m SCR / AGray kick DIG / (C TRY) 77 min 33m ShKO C 6TG / P / SS Err(Reddy) Average effective 1st tackle location - 36.1m - for the whole match - 24.3m - 1st half - 50.4m - 2nd half If you now remove the tries - 29.5m - 1st half - 54.2m - 2nd half Other FG Matches 38-14 StAu Wests-Tig b Canterbury 32-28 MtSm Gold Coast b Warriors 26-24 Hunt Nth Qld b Newcastle 14-12 SFS St Geo-Ill b Syd Rstrs 12-10 MRSt Manly b Melbourne 28-16 Lang Brisbane b Parramatta 26-18 Penr Penrith b Cronulla W D L B Diff PT BRISBANE 6 - 2 - +32 12 ST GEO-ILL 6 - 2 - +26 12 MELBOURNE 5 - 3 - +42 10 NTH QLD 5 - 3 - -5 10 WESTS-TIGERS 4 - 4 - +26 8 SOUTHS 4 - 4 - +6 8 GOLD COAST 4 - 4 - +1 8 PENRITH 4 - 4 - -2 8 Newcastle 4 - 4 - -11 8 Canberra 4 - 4 - -13 8 Canterbury 4 - 4 - -19 8 Syd Rstrs 3 - 5 - +37 6 Warriors 3 - 5 - -5 6 Cronulla 3 - 5 - -8 6 Parramatta 3 - 5 - -34 6 Manly 2 - 6 - -73 4
Grevsmuhl was placed on report in the 15th minute for a high tackle however no further action was taken by the MRC.
U20 National Youth Holden Cup - Round 8
v Canberra, Erskensville Oval, Sat Apr 25 3:00pm
Late Changes - Perrin is out, Makoare-Boyce starts fullback, Hedges five-eighth, Coleman hooker, Syme prop, Tangiiti lock, Boothy and Timoteo on the bench.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have defeated the Canberra Raiders 36-22 in a match that had to be stopped early due to a heavy hailstorm that resulted in a flooded Erskineville Oval. Devon Makoare-Boyce starred for the Rabbitohs at fullback as he scored two tries and was always a threat to the Raiders defence. The Rabbitohs began the game with a fast paced attitude as they earned back to back penalties early and almost went in to score through Jacob McCudden in the 6th minute of the game. Just a minute later, Jordie Hedges caught the Raiders defence out by throwing a wonderful pass to Clayton Williams who muscled his way over under the posts. Hedges converted the try to make it 6-0. A forward pass off the kickoff meant the Raiders had an immediate opportunity to hit back, and they did when Cameron Booth was on the end of a brilliant cutout pass by Brenko Lee to score in the left corner. Zac Woolford missed the kick and the score remained 6-4. The Rabbitohs defence was under the pump in this period of the game, as Luke Bateman made a linebreak straight of the kickoff, and the Raiders side marched down the field and earned a repeat set through a dropout. Eventually in the 22nd minute Booth scored his second try of the afternoon, giving the Raiders the lead for the first time. Jordyn Ballard took the conversion and slotted it from the sideline to make it 10-6 to the Raiders. Just five minutes later, the Rabbitohs hit back when Haimona Hiroti skipped through the defence and scored a solo try, which was off the back of a fantastic run by Dominic Timoteo. Hedges regained the lead to 12-10 after he converted the try. The Rabbitohs then scored off the kickoff set after Aaron Booth picked up a loose ball and passed it to a runaway Makoare-Boyce who put the ball down under the posts, leaving an easy conversion for Hedges to increase the lead to 18-10. Cameron Booth completed his hatrick for the Raiders in the 35th minute when he took a cross-field bomb and planted the ball down. Ballard converted to make it 18-16 to the Rabbitohs which was the halftime score. The second half began poorly for the Rabbitohs as the Raiders registered their fourth try of the match in the opening two minutes through Ballard. Dylan McGrath was the third kicker of the day for the Raiders, and he was successful in his attempt to give the Raiders a 22-18 lead. The rest of the game was all the Rabbitohs, scoring a further 18 unanswered points before the storm hit. Wallace Tangiiti scored in the 50th minute when he re-gathered a ball that rebounded off a Raiders defender. Hedges put the Rabbitohs back into the lead with a conversion to make it 24-22. Timoteo threw an optimistic offload behind him just four minutes after the last try, and Makoare-Boyce proved his finishing ability by evading various defenders to get through and score his second try of the afternoon. Hedges converted to make it 30-22. Makoare-Boyce was the victim of an accidental yet brutal high tackle with 20 minutes remaining and had to be taken off the field. In the 67th minute, Tangiiti scored his second try in 17 minutes on the right hand side of the field. Hedges continued his perfect goal kicking record of the afternoon, making it six from six. The first half was played in beautiful conditions, and it started to lightly rain at half time, but by the 75th minute of the game it began to vigorously hail and the rain was torrential. When it got to the point where the players could not see each other on the field, and the hail was so heavy that it was deemed dangerous, the referees called the players off the field in a hope it would stop soon to complete the game. The storm however caused Erskineville Oval to flood, making it impossible to play on even if the storm did stop. The game therefore was called off early, however the Rabbitohs were up 36-22 with less than five minutes remaining, so they were deservedly awarded the victory.
5 min 6-0 8 min 6-4 20 min 6-10 26 min 12-10 30 min 18-10 34 min 18-16 42 min 18-22 51 min 24-22 55 min 30-22 69 min 36-22 Makoare-Boyce 2, Tangiiti 2, C.Williams, H.Hiroti tries Hedges 6 from 6 goals Penalties 9-6 Final line up is - Min Tac Pe MT LB Rn DR m Er OL K TA T G/A FG Flbk - Makoare-Boyce, Devon 63 7 - - 1 8 - 85 1 - 1 - 2 - - Wing - Goolagong, Damon 75 2 - 2 - 5 2 32 - - - - - - - Cntr - Hiroti, Haimona 75 19 - 2 1 10 - 83 - - - - 1 - - Cntr - Simone, Irae 75 18 1 1 - 12 - 109 2 - - - - - - Wing - Ellison, Josh 75 3 - 1 - 3 - 34 - - - - - - - 5/8 - Hedges, Jordie 75 16 - 1 - 6 - 40 1 - 1 - - 6/6 - Half - O'Donnell, Chad 75 24 - 1 1 7 - 74 - - 4 - - - - Prop - Williams, Clayton 51 29 - 6 1 12 - 126 - - - - 1 - - (c) Hook - Coleman, Liam 71 7 2 - - 12 1 116 1 - - - - - - Prop - Syme, Eden 44 23 1 1 - 12 - 116 1 - - - - - - SRow - McCudden, Jacob 45 13 - 1 - 8 - 58 1 - 1 1 - - - SRow - Saumamao, Tulsa 75 35 1 2 - 14 - 136 1 - - - - - - Lock - Tangiiti, Wallace 75 16 - 2 1 7 2 56 - 1 3 - 2 - - Int - Preece, Hayden 4 1 - - - 1 - 8 - - - - - - - Int - Gardiner, Joe 17 15 1 1 - 2 - 15 - - - - - - - Int - Timoteo, Dominic 28 15 - 1 - 9 - 119 - 1 - - - - - Int - Booth, Aaron 52 21 - 3 - 9 6 76 - 1 - 1 - - - TOTAL 264 6 25 5 1284 8 3 10 2 6 6/6 - Opposition Offloads - 13 Other U20 Matches 46-6 StAu Wests-Tig b Canterbury 34-12 MtSm Warriors b Gold Coast 56-16 Hunt Nth Qld b Newcastle 50-14 SFS Syd Rstrs b St Geo-Ill 18-12 MRSt Melbourne b Manly 50-28 Lang Brisbane b Parramatta 34-4 Penr Penrith b Cronulla W D L B Diff PT BRISBANE 7 - 1 - +124 14 PENRITH 6 - 2 - +64 12 NTH QLD 5 1 2 - +143 11 WARRIORS 5 1 2 - +95 11 MANLY 5 1 2 - +62 11 SYD RSTRS 4 - 4 - +83 8 WESTS-TIGERS 4 - 4 - +44 8 CANBERRA 4 - 4 - -14 8 Melbourne 4 - 4 - -48 8 Newcastle 4 - 4 - -56 8 Souths 3 - 5 - -28 6 Gold Coast 3 - 5 - -33 6 Parramatta 3 - 5 - -64 6 Canterbury 2 1 5 - -77 5 Cronulla 2 - 6 - -122 4 St Geo-Ill 1 - 7 - -173 2 Club Championship W D L B Diff PT BRISBANE 13 - 3 - +156 26 Nth Qld 10 1 5 - +140 21 Penrith 10 - 6 - +62 20 Melbourne 9 - 7 - -6 18 Warriors 8 1 7 - +88 17 Wests-Tigers 8 - 8 - +70 16 Canberra 8 - 8 - -27 16 Newcastle 8 - 8 - -67 16 Manly 7 1 8 - -11 15 Syd Rstrs 7 - 9 - +120 14 Souths 7 - 9 - -22 14 Gold Coast 7 - 9 - -32 14 St Geo-Ill 7 - 9 - -147 14 Canterbury 6 1 9 - -96 13 Parramatta 6 - 10 - -98 12 Cronulla 5 - 11 - -130 10
Reserve Grade - NSW Cup Round 8
v Manly-Warringah, North Sydney Oval Sun Apr 26 3:00pm
Late Changes - A.Gray, Ross, Tate, J.Garlick and Wall are out, Chang starts on the wing, Olive center, Brown prop, Sione and Schaumarkel on the bench.
The Manly Sea Eagles made it two wins in a row with an impressive 38-22 victory over their old rivals, the North Sydney Bears. A double to Sea Eagles back-rower Black Leary, as well as strong performances by Dylan Kelly and Kurt Aldridge ensured a solid victory over the fast-finishing Bears. The first half saw vigorous aggression and determination in defence by both sides, whilst the second half saw 38 points scored. The Bears were the first to score in the 7th minute when Cody Walker put in a perfect chip kick to an unmarked Sam Manuleleua, who caught the ball and planted it down with ease. Darren Nicholls converted the try to make it 6-0 Sea Eagles fullback Dom Reardon leveled the scores in the 13th minute when he burst through the defence and skipped around multiple Bears defenders to score a wonderful try. Aldridge converted to make it 6-all. After a midfield scuffle 20 minutes into the contest, the Bears were in again when Walker threw a skillful offload to Manuleleua who scored his second try of the afternoon. Kelly forced a drop out in the 27th minute, and off the following set he stepped off his right foot to score another Sea Eagles try. Aldridge converted and the Sea Eagles led for the first time. The defensive aggression became increasingly evident when Manaia Rudolph was hit hard after a kick and was down injured momentarily. Two minutes later, Kelly received the same treatment whilst attempting a kick, and a fight broke out. The final five minutes of the first half saw some determined Bears defence, who were faced with multiple Sea Eagles repeat sets until the half time siren. The defence did not crack, and the score remained 12-10 at half time. That inspirational defensive effort came undone just three minutes into the second half when Michael Chee Kam pushed his way through some lazy defence and eventually got the ball down. Aldridge converted to extend the lead to 18-10. Five minutes later, Leary pounced on a loose ball that was grubbered into the in-goal area to make the score 24-10 after Aldridge converted the try. The Bears ignited in the second half as John Olive showed speed to score in the 53rd minute off the back of some superb second phase play. Nicholls converted to make it 24-16. In the 61st minute, Nicholls burst onto a Walker pass and scored a wonderful Bears try that came off the back of a great run by Olive. Nicholls converted his own try to bring it back to 24-22. The Sea Eagles successfully kicked a penalty goal to extend their lead to four points in the 67th minute. Leary registered his second try of the day just two minutes later after a Todd Wilson offload. Aldridge once again converted to make it 32-22 to the Sea Eagles. Tony Satini scored a runaway try off the following kickoff set which denied any opportunity of a miracle Bears comeback. Aldridge completed his perfect goal kicking record of seven goals from seven attempts.
10 min 6-0 15 min 6-6 25 min 10-6 30 min 10-12 43 min 10-18 47 min 10-24 53 min 16-24 60 min 22-24 67 min 22-30 71 min 22-36 80 min 22-28 Manuleleua 2, Olive, Nicholls tries Nicholls 3 from 4 goals Final Line up is - T G/A FG Flbk - Georgious, Bernard - - - Wing - Chang, Dane - - - Cntr - Olive, John 1 - - Cntr - Murphy, Ed - - - Wing - Manuleleua, Sam 2 - - 5/8 - Walker, Cody - - - Half - Nicholls, Darren 1 3/4 - Prop - Mauala, Fred Jnr - - - Hook - Hyland, Matt - - - (c) Prop - Brown, Nathan - - - SRow - Gray, Brock - - - SRow - Gosiewski, Jack - - - Lock - Roberts, Jesse - - - Int - Sione, Keresoma - - - Int - Lee, Evan - - - Int - Friend, Jethro - - - Int - Schmarkel, Lathrel - - - 4 3/4 - Other NSW Cup Matches 44-18 MtSm Warriors b Newtown 16-10 SMry Penrith b Mt Pritchard 22-14 Kanw Illawarra b Wyong 20-12 Kanw Newcastle b Canterbury 29-28 Ring Wests-Tigers b Wentworthville W D L B Diff PT MT PRITCHARD 7 - 1 - +49 14 PENRITH 6 - 2 - +50 12 WARRIORS 5 - 3 - +20 10 NEWCASTLE 5 - 3 - +15 10 WYONG 4 - 4 - +29 8 WESTS-TIGERS 4 - 4 - -8 8 NEWTOWN 4 - 4 - -12 8 ILLAWARRA 3 - 5 - +28 6 Canterbury 3 - 5 - -1 6 Manly 3 - 5 - -34 6 Wentworthville 2 - 6 - -60 4 Norths 2 - 6 - -76 4
NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup - Minor Semi Final
(6v3) v Balmain, Leic, Sat Apr 25 2:00pm
22 min 0-6 30 min 4-6 35 min 6-6 45 min 10-6 60 min 12-6 K.Kaloamatangi, J.Tufuga tries S.Talakai 2 goals Other U18 Matches (1) Manly bye (2) Penrith bye 29-22 Camp (5v4) Cronulla b Canberra
NSWRL U16 Harold Matthews Cup - Minor Semi-Finals
(6v3) v Balmain, Leic, Sat Apr 25 12:30pm
4 min 6-0 16 min 6-4 20 min 12-4 33 min 12-10 37 min 16-10 57 min 16-16 60 min 16-18 N.Mougios, C.Graham, D.Hawkins tries M.Hiroti 2 goals Sent Off D.Fifita Dissent Other U16 Matches (1) Parramatta bye (2) Canterbury bye 56-28 Camp (4v5) Cronulla b Wests
NSWRL U18 SG Ball Cup - Major Final
(3v1) v Manly-Warringah, Leic, Sat May 2 1:00pm
South Sydney’s SG Ball under 18s team is Grand Final bound after defeating the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in today’s (Saturday’s) preliminary final, 14 points to 10 in golden point extra time, at St Mary’s Leagues Stadium. The extra point thriller was a come-from-behind for Coach Willie Peters’ team who trailed 10-4 at the half time break to score ten unanswered points and earn themselves a berth in 2015 SG Ball Grand Final. The rain was tumbling down when the teams arrived at St Mary’s but the weather cleared up on kick off, despite still being very heavy under foot. South Sydney had the ascendency early, hammering away at the Sea Eagles’ line on the back of their powerful forward pack. Fullback Dylan O’Connor made the most of the opportunities presented, scoring in the left corner after a nice backline movement, taking the score to four-nil in favour of Souths after eight minutes. Manly struck back 20 minutes later when Harrison O’Toole scored in the right corner, levelling the scores at four-all. Manly took the lead three minutes before half time when Clint Maguire scored a lucky try, a grubber kick hitting the uprights and ricocheting into the in-goal for the try. Luke Polselli converted to give the maroon and whites a six-point advantage at the half time break. The second half began and the South Sydney forwards continued to make the inroads into the Sea Eagles’ defence, but poor discipline was hurting Souths. If they could keep calm heads they certainly had the momentum to regain the lead, and that’s exactly what happened. Rather than get intertwined into the push-and-shove from the Manly side, the Souths boys turned their concentration towards their football and they looked dangerous once again. In the 54th minute of the match, the Rabbitohs forwards rolled up field, giving hooker John Neil a chance to score from a dummy half scoot, and score he did. Centre and captain Siosifa Talakai added the extras from in front to level the scores at ten-all. Both sides threw plenty at each other over the remaining minutes of regular time, but the scores remained locked at 10-all, despite South Sydney looking to have scored a legitimate try in the left hand corner with just seconds remaining. The game would go into extra time, golden point, and both sides were primed for a final roll of the dice. Souths kicked off to Manly and the Sea Eagles worked the ball up field. They took the ball up over the half way line, but the typically brutal defence that had been on display for the previous 71 minutes from the South Sydney pack was in effect again, jolting the ball loose in Souths’ territory. Lock Cameron Murray scooped the ball up inside his own half and charged into, and through, the Manly defence, winding his way through a handful of defenders before setting sail for the try with a trail of Manly defenders left in his wake. The South Sydney boys were triumphant, 14 points to ten, and will head to Leichhardt Oval next weekend for the SG Ball under 18s Grand Final.
12 min 4-0 29 min 4-4 32 min 4-10 56 min 10-10 72 min 14-10 (GP) D.O'Connor, J.Neil, C.Murray tries S.Talakai 1 from 3 goals Other U18 Matches 12-0 Leic (2v4) Cronulla b Penrith 30-24 Lngl (1v2) Townsville b Bris-Easts
NSWRL U16 Harold Matthews Cup - Finals
Other U16 Matches 38-8 Leic (1v3) Parramatta b Balmain 38-18 Leic (4v2) Cronulla b Canterbury 31-30 Lngl (1v2) Townsville b Sunshine Coast
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