Great Britain Lions look set to be without Luke Thompson and Oliver Gildart for the remainder of their tour after the duo suffered injuries against a Tonga Invitational XIII.

The Lions made their international return on Saturday but went down 14-6 in Hamilton in the first match of a trip that will also see them play New Zealand twice and Papua New Guinea.

Super League stars Thompson and Gildart came off against Tonga. Thompson, a Grand Final winner with St Helens, made way after just 12 minutes due to a rib injury, while Wigan Warriors centre Gildart later suffered a dislocated shoulder.

Coach Wayne Bennett said: "I don't think they will probably play again this series.

"We have got Jake Connor here [as cover]. I don't know [about calling up new players], I haven't checked.

"I'm happy with the squad right now. We can cover it - we've got the best players in England here. It's not panic time for us."

Bennett attributed the Lions' loss to a lack of patience.

"We have just got to pick up a bit with our patience and discipline with the football," Bennett said, quoted on the NRL website.

"[It is about] being patient - just believing, if you stay at it long enough, opportunities will come your way.

"Against these teams here, what you saw out there in the first half tonight is what you have got to be able to play week in and week out.

"If we can't do that, we can't be the team I know we can be."

Great Britain Lions' Test comeback ended in defeat as they slipped to a surprise 14-6 loss to a Tonga Invitational XIII at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton, New Zealand.

The Lions were making their first appearance on the international stage since 2007, with Saturday's clash the first of a four-match series including two Tests against New Zealand and one against Papua New Guinea.

However, Wayne Bennett's side struggled against a bullish Tonga attack, with Michael Jennings and Sione Katoa giving new St Helens boss Kristian Woolf's side – playing as an invitational XIII due to a dispute with their governing body – a 12-0 lead by half-time.

Suo Siua Taukeiaho added a further two points with a penalty after the restart and, though Canberra Raiders star John Bateman hauled Great Britain – captained by James Graham on his 50th Test appearance – back into contention with 10 minutes remaining.

It was not enough to spark a late comeback though, with Tonga, who lost a Rugby League World Cup semi-final to England in 2017 and are currently ranked fourth in the world, holding firm to secure a deserved victory.

Great Britain's focus will now switch to the second Test of their series against New Zealand in Auckland on November 2.

Tonga hooker Paula Ngauamo has been given a seven-week ban for kicking an opponent in the face during his country's Rugby World Cup victory over the United States.

The incident was not spotted during Tonga's 31-19 victory on Sunday, but Ngauamo was cited after the game for an act of foul play.

Ngauamo, who argued he had "acted recklessly, not deliberately", did not attend the hearing and was given a hefty ban by the judicial panel having already been suspended twice in the past four years.

With Tonga already eliminated from the World Cup, Ngauamo will miss seven weeks of the new Top 14 season for his club Agen.

Birthday boy Siale Piutau dedicated a fitting Tonga swansong to his late sister after the Pacific Islanders beat the United States 31-19 in their final match of the Rugby World Cup.

The Tonga captain celebrated turning 34 on Sunday by scoring a try and slotting over the first conversion he has ever taken in a man-of-the-match performance at Hanazono Rugby Stadium.

A first win of the tournament ensured it was the USA rather than Tonga who finished bottom of Pool C.

Piutau was carried off the field by his team-mates after the game before paying tribute to his sister Ema, who lost her battle with stomach cancer in April.

"It’s been a tough journey, but all this has been done in her memory." said Piutau.

The centre added: "The boys have given me the best birthday possible. It's been a great honour to represent this jersey."

Piutau was relieved to hit the target after Telusa Veainu's bonus-point score as he was concerned that his final international appearance would be remembered for a different reason.

"I didn't want to take it [the conversion], but they insisted, and I certainly didn't want to miss it because I would have become an online meme." said Piutau.

The USA finished a second successive World Cup without picking up a point, having been 12-7 up at half-time.

Coach Gary Gold said: "It's pretty raw right now, but if it shows anything it's just how bloody difficult it is to win a game at the Rugby World Cup.

"The margin is very small between being competitive and getting a result."

 

 

Tonga avoided finishing bottom of Pool C at the Rugby World Cup after overcoming the United States 31-19 on Sunday.

With both teams already eliminated, Tonga bowed out on a winning note by scoring four tries to USA's three in Higashiosaka.

Tonga trailed USA 12-7 at half-time after substitute Mike Te'o had grabbed a brace shortly after coming on.

But Tonga rallied to snap a run of five consecutive losses, which was their joint-worst streak at a World Cup.

Tonga started brightly and opened the scoring in the 17th minute thanks to Siegfried Fisiihoi, who bundled himself over after some desperate USA defending had initially held up the Tongans – with Sonatane Takulua adding the extras.

However, Tonga's 7-0 lead was short-lived as USA responded in brilliant fashion four minutes later.

USA sliced Tonga open – quick hands finding Te'o, who was too slick for his opponents on the wing and AJ MacGinty nailed the conversion to level proceedings.

Te'o was at it again in the 26th minute as USA turned the match on its head. The wing found himself in acres of space to stroll in, though MacGinty was unable to convert.

Tonga trailed 12-7 at the break after a golden opportunity went begging – Fisiihoi broke the lines but Ruben de Haas reached in for a tackle and broke the ball loose with five minutes remaining.

It was a Tonga onslaught to start the second half as they looked to strike back, and they reduced the deficit via Takulua's 51st-minute penalty.

Tonga regained the lead as the hour mark approached as Telusa Veainu's kick forward, with no one ahead, bounced favourably and allowed Mali Hingano to eventually sprint clear under the sticks.

After Takulua successfully converted, the tiring Americans conceded again four minutes later as retiring captain Siale Piutau weaved his way past three opponents to stretch Tonga's advantage to 24-12.

Tony Lamborn's late try set up a grand-stand finish but Veainu's five-pointer after the siren made sure of Tonga's first victory of this year's tournament.

 

Tonga send Piutau out a winner

In his final international match, 34-year-old Piutau scored a try and celebrated a victory in a dream Tonga farewell.

Te'o double not enough for USA

A pair of first-half tries from Te'o had USA dreaming against Tonga. However, his efforts were not enough as the United States matched their worst run in World Cup games – 10 straight defeats.

What's next?

Both teams are heading home after a spirited effort at the showpiece tournament, with England and France qualifying from Pool C.

Tonga coach Toutai Kefu is determined to send retiring captain Siale Piutau out a winner against the United States in a Rugby World Cup contest on Sunday that is still in the hands of the weather.

Typhoon Hagibis has already seen two of Saturday's clashes called off and the Pool C dead rubber at Hanazono Stadium in Osaka will be subject to a late check on the morning of the game.

If it does go ahead as scheduled, Bristol Bears centre Piutau will bow out of the international scene – bar the possibility of "special occasions" – and Kefu paid tribute to his skipper.

"He has been a great servant to the game. When I came in as head coach he was the one I wanted to be captain," Kefu said.

"We would love to put him out with a win. He's been our best player over the four weeks and leads from the front."

Tonga's solitary return from spirited performances against England, Argentina and France is a losing bonus point in a 23-21 defeat against the latter last Sunday.

For Piutau – who, weather permitting, will celebrate his 34th birthday by jointly breaking his country's record for World Cup appearances alongside Sione Kalamafoni – the only focus is helping the team leave Japan with a win to their name.

"I'm not putting the focus on myself, but I want to leave the team on a high – that's my priority. There is no place I would rather be than with these boys," he said.

"It's been a huge honour and privilege and I'm grateful for the opportunities that the red jersey has given me."

USA are also without a victory and will be desperate to prove strides have been taken in what is the first World Cup since the inception of Major League Rugby.

Head coach Gary Gold believes USA can emulate the successes enjoyed by hosts Japan, who are on the cusp of a famous quarter-final berth, if the nation is awarded the 2027 World Cup.

Japan did not a win a match at the 2011 tournament but shocked South Africa en route to becoming the first team to win three pool matches and not reach the last eight four years ago in England.

"For us, [Japan] are an unbelievable role model for so many reasons and I'm talking about the USA particularly," said Gold, who was working in Japan with Kobelco Steelers in 2015.

"This is the reason why I feel so very strongly that if World Rugby genuinely do want to grow the game, as they claim they want to, then USA have to be a contender for the 2027 Rugby World Cup.

"For them to now be quarter-final contenders is a fairy tale come true. 

"It's something that can be done, but it was largely off the back of them having been awarded a Rugby World Cup."

 

PLAYERS TO WATCH

USA – Blaine Scully

USA skipper Scully is set to make an 11th World Cup appearance, a joint-record for his country. Scully is one of two players for USA to have played every minute of this tournament, alongside fellow winger Marcel Brache. 

Tonga – Siale Piutau 

What better way to celebrate a birthday and a landmark showing than with a final World Cup hurrah for one of Tongan rugby's finest servants? The powerhouse centre has led by example throughout the tournament and will be a major threat against USA. 

KEY OPTA FACTS

- This will be the 10th clash between USA and Tonga in Tests, the Eagles won the first encounter in 1999 but Tonga have won the subsequent eight meetings.
- USA and Tonga have met just once before in the World Cup, Tonga prevailing 25-15 when in 2007 in Montpellier.
- The Eagles have won just three of their 28 Rugby World Cup matches so far (L25), losing their last nine on the trot. Their most recent win came against Russia in 2011.
- Tonga have lost their last five World Cup matches, the third time they have endured a losing streak of this length. They have never gone six games without registering a victory.

A frustrated Jacques Brunel said France have to "go back to basics" after stumbling past Tonga to reach the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals.

Les Bleus won 23-21 on Sunday to set up a Pool C decider against England next week but it was a performance blighted by turnovers and handling errors in Kumamoto.

The impressive Alivereti Raka, who scored a try and set up another, helped France into a 17-0 lead, only for Tonga to put up a brave fightback.

Head coach Brunel cut an exasperated figure when addressing the media after the game and says France will have to put in the hard work on the training ground.

"We want to play better so we need to train more," he said.

"We wanted a bigger scoreline but because of handling errors we were not able to achieve that. Therefore, I guess, we need to go back to basics.

"We tried many different things which didn't work. 

"I'm dissatisfied, like the players who are frustrated. We did attack, had clear opportunities to score quite heavily in the first half, but we made handling errors."

On facing England next time out, Brunel added: "Of course, it's a formidable opponent. We know the difficulty that awaits us, but I think it will be a good meeting before our quarter-final."

Tonga famously defeated France in the 2011 pool stages and head coach Toutai Kefu rued a slow start on this occasion.

"We haven't started games well and it's definitely an issue for us," he said. "Maybe we warm up too long, I don't know.

"But I'm definitely proud of what happened after that – the way they stuck in there and put us in a position to maybe win.

"I'm always proud of the boys, the sacrifices they make just to turn up and endure what they endure on tour."

A frustrated Jacques Brunel said France have to "go back to basics" after stumbling past Tonga to reach the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals.

Les Bleus won 23-21 on Sunday to set up a Pool C decider against England next week but it was a performance blighted by turnovers and handling errors in Kumamoto.

The impressive Alivereti Raka, who scored a try and set up another, helped France into a 17-0 lead, only for Tonga to put up a brave fightback.

Head coach Brunel cut an exasperated figure when addressing the media after the game and says France will have to put in the hard work on the training ground.

"We want to play better so we need to train more," he said.

"We wanted a bigger scoreline but because of handling errors we were not able to achieve that. Therefore, I guess, we need to go back to basics.

"We tried many different things which didn't work. 

"I'm dissatisfied, like the players who are frustrated. We did attack, had clear opportunities to score quite heavily in the first half, but we made handling errors."

On facing England next time out, Brunel added: "Of course, it's a formidable opponent. We know the difficulty that awaits us, but I think it will be a good meeting before our quarter-final."

Tonga famously defeated France in the 2011 pool stages and head coach Toutai Kefu rued a slow start on this occasion.

"We haven't started games well and it's definitely an issue for us," he said. "Maybe we warm up too long, I don't know.

"But I'm definitely proud of what happened after that – the way they stuck in there and put us in a position to maybe win.

"I'm always proud of the boys, the sacrifices they make just to turn up and endure what they endure on tour."

France booked their place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals but made hard work of beating Tonga 23-21 in Kumamoto.

Jacques Brunel's men looked set to triumph with ease on Sunday when they moved into a 17-0 lead, thanks largely to the impressive Alivereti Raka scoring one try and laying on another for Virimi Vakatawa.

However, Tonga - who famously stunned France with a 19-14 win in the 2011 pool stage - came roaring back, cutting their deficit to three points through converted scores from Sonatane Takulua and Malietoa Hingano.

Two Romain Ntamack penalties gave France breathing space, but they ended up hanging on for victory after a 78th-minute try from Tonga's Zane Kapeli. Les Bleus will know they must improve significantly in order to beat England on Saturday in what is now a shootout for first place in the pool.

Tonga were ultimately punished for a sloppy start, which saw them fall 10-0 down inside six minutes.

An early Ntamack penalty was followed by Vakatawa's score, the centre left with an easy finish after Raka's fine break and pass.

Raka got on the scoresheet himself after 31 minutes, collecting his own chip to dot down after Baptiste Serin's quick tap-and-go had caught Tonga napping.

Yet the underdogs were given hope before the break when scrum-half Takulua burrowed over for a score he also converted.

Charles Ollivon galloped over for France early in the second half, but his try was chalked off for a forward pass from Sebastien Vahaamahina and Tonga immediately capitalised on the let-off, Hingano crossing after Cooper Vuna's kick had bounced awkwardly to deceive Maxime Medard.

A pair of three-pointers from Ntamack eased French nerves and ultimately proved vital as Kapeli latched on to a high kick to earn Tonga a deserved bonus point.

 

France fly-half Romain Ntamack insists he and his team-mates have no interest in discussing one of the biggest humiliations in the national team's history ahead of Sunday's Rugby World Cup showdown against Tonga.

Ntamack will feature alongside scrum-half Baptiste Serin in France's third halfback partnership of the tournament after coach Jacques Brunel made 11 changes to the side that beat the United States 33-9.

Relatively comfortable wins in games where a major nation are heavy favourites are not always a formality, however, as France found out against Tonga at the 2011 World Cup.

Les Bleus might have ended the tournament as runners-up, but they only got out of the pool stage on account of accruing more bonus points after losing 19-14 to the Pacific Islanders in Wellington.

"We do not talk about it at all," said Ntamack, whose father Emile was a member of France's backroom staff at the 2011 World Cup.

"It has never been on the table. It is not a debate that has been started.

"I believe there are three players who experienced this match and none of them have spoken about it. It's not something we look at. My father has not told me anything about it."

A battling opening victory over Argentina means France have won two out of two, and a repeat of Tonga's heroics of eight years ago feels a far-fetched prospect.

Losses to England and Argentina mean there is not a point on the board yet for coach Touta Kefu, who brings tight-head prop Ma'afu Fia and wing Cooper Vuna into his Tonga starting XV.

Nasi Manu is back on the bench after a hip problem sidelined him against Argentina.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

France – Jefferson Poirot

Brunel's willingness to rotate means Poirot becomes France's third captain of the tournament as he leads a reshuffled pack. Poirot came off the bench to score against the USA, when number eight Louis Picamoles stood in for benched hooker Guilhem Guirado.

Tonga – Cooper Vuna

The highlight of Vuna's lively contribution off the bench against Argentina was a wonderful backhanded pass to release Telusa Veainu to touch down. Tonga will need plenty more of that inspiration and flair in Kumamoto, with Vuna starting on the wing.

KEY OPTA FACTS

- There have been three red cards in the five previous clashes between Tonga and France. Feleti Mahoni was sent off for Tonga in 1995, while Yoann Maestri and Sona Taumalolo were given their marching orders for fighting each other in a 2013 match.
- Sione Kalamafoni and Siale Piutau are set to make their 11th Rugby World Cup appearances, joining Vunga Lilo and Soane Tonga’uiha as Tonga's most capped players in the competition.
- Camille Lopez is the only France player with multiple try assists (two) at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, both coming from kicks. Four of Lopez’s five try assists in his Test career have come via kicks.
- Pierre-Louis Barassi could become the eighth France player to make his Test debut at a Rugby World Cup should he feature off the bench. Remy Grosso was the last to do so against Canada in 2015.

Jefferson Poirot will captain a France side that includes 11 changes for the Rugby World Cup encounter with Tonga on Sunday.

Jacques Brunel has selected a third different half-back pairing in as many matches in the tournament, with Baptiste Serin in at scrum-half and Romain Ntamack getting the nod at fly-half.

Prop Poirot leads Les Bleus after coming off the bench to score in an unconvincing bonus-point success over the United States on Wednesday.

Camille Chat, Paul Gabrillagues, Sofiane Guitoune and Alivereti Raka are the only players to retain their starting berths for the encounter at Kumamoto Stadium.

Brunel will name his replacements on Friday for a match France will be expected to take maximum points from ahead of a huge Pool C showdown with leaders England.

France are a point adrift of England, who face Argentina on Saturday, with two wins out of two.

 

France: Maxime Medard, Damian Penaud, Virimi Vakatawa, Sofiane Guitoune, Alivereti Raka, Romain Ntamack, Baptiste Serin; Jefferson Poirot (captain), Camille Chat, Rabah Slimani, Paul Gabrillagues, Sebastien Vahaamahina, Wenceslas Lauret, Charles Ollivon, Gregory Alldritt.

 

Argentina coach Mario Ledesma fears his side will be punished by England if they fail to improve on Saturday's performance against Tonga.

Julian Montoya's first-half hat-trick helped the Pumas triumph 28-12 in Higashiosaka, providing a morale-boosting bonus-point win after their opening Pool C loss to France.

It is England up next for Ledesma's men and he urged his team to up their game for the clash with Eddie Jones' side in Tokyo.

"Even if this was our best performance, it's not enough to play against England," Ledesma said.

"Losing the ball and missing tackles will make it very difficult.

"They have come here to win the World Cup – Eddie has been telling you that for the last four years."

Tonga were left to rue a slow start that saw them fall 28-0 down within half an hour.

Hopes of a comeback were stifled when winger David Halaifonua was denied a try by Tomas Lavanini's intervention, which Tonga coach Toutai Kefu felt was illegal.

"I thought it was a try – I thought it was a shoulder charge," he said.

"I looked at the front view – he did wrap his right arm and I think that's why they probably got called off, but I thought there were a couple of 50-50s we didn't get. It was critical for us.

"I'm used to it after four years of Tier 2. You move on. But had we got that, we would have come out with a lot more belief. It was not to be."

Julian Montoya's first-half hat-trick helped Argentina beat Tonga 28-12 for their first win of this year's Rugby World Cup on Saturday.

Montoya and the Pumas dominated the opening 25 minutes of the Pool C clash in Higashiosaka on their way to an important victory.

Tonga had no answers to Montoya, whose hat-trick helped inspire Argentina – coming off a narrow loss to France in their opener – to their win as they scored four tries.

The bonus-point victory boosted Mario Ledesma's Pumas, although Tonga were much improved after being dominated in the first half.

After a scrappy start, Argentina took the lead through Montoya, who dived over in the right corner following a nice move from a line-out.

The Pumas dominated territory during what was an otherwise stop-start opening 15 minutes before Montoya scored again thanks to the forward pack.

Tonga were rattled and found themselves 21-0 down after just 20 minutes, a bad turnover around halfway allowing Santiago Carreras to race away and score.

Montoya was unstoppable in the first half, forcing himself over from close range to to earn a hat-trick and Argentina a bonus point.

Tonga finally settled and found a response through Telusa Veainu before half-time.

A couple of huge hits highlighted an even start to the second half before Veainu dived over in the corner to close the deficit to 16 points with 15 minutes to play.

However, Argentina looked to slow the game down late on, ending their worst ever run of defeats at 10.

 

Marvellous Montoya lifts Pumas

The first half belonged to Montoya and it was what Argentina desperately needed. Tonga were unable to stop the hooker, who scored three tries and set up the Pumas' win. Montoya became the first hooker to score a hat-trick at a Rugby World Cup since 1999.

Argentina left with questions to answer

A bonus-point win was just what the Pumas needed, but they were unconvincing in the final hour. Argentina avoided a fourth straight Rugby World Cup defeat, although improvement defensively from Tonga saw them struggle after their fast start.

What's next?

Argentina continue their campaign with a tough clash against England on October 5, while Tonga meet France a day later.

Israel Folau's hopes of a rugby league return have been dashed after the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) suspended Tonga.

Former Wallabies star Folau – who was sacked by Rugby Australia (RA) for homophobic posts on social media in April – planned to make a rugby league comeback for Tonga in upcoming Tests against Great Britain and Australia.

However, the RLIF board voted to cancel the Tonga National Rugby League's (TNRL) international membership on Thursday, pending a full investigation into issues raised by various parties, including the Rugby Football League and the Australia Rugby League Commission.

The unanimous decision came after the "Tonga Prime Minister advised the RLIF that TNRL had lost the trust and support of its members, clubs and players", with a list of Tonga's highest profile players making themselves unavailable under the current administration.

"The RLIF has received representations and concerns from the Office of the Prime Minister of Tonga, the Tongan Sports Council, the RFL, the ARLC, the RLPA on behalf of leading players and from concerned groups in the Kingdom of Tonga," RLIF chairman Graeme Thompson said in a statement.

"In view of the considerable evidence that the interests of international rugby league were not being best served at this time. The RLIF Board voted unanimously that the TNRL’s membership be suspended with immediate effect while these matters are properly investigated. The RLIF, at the request of the Tongan government will work with the Tongan Sports Council to ensure that the forthcoming international calendar is not undermined.

"The RLIF stresses that the suspension of TNRL is not an expulsion and is intended to provide a period of stability, while the matters raised by the various stakeholders can be properly and fully investigated. We now call on all parties to cooperate fully with the process to ensure a swift resolution."

A former Melbourne Storm and Brisbane Broncos star in the NRL, Folau – who last played rugby league in 2010 before switching to rugby union in 2013 following a spell in Australian rules football – in July opened court proceedings against his former employer after his contract was terminated for expressing views which breached the team's code of conduct on his official channels.

Folau and the Tonga National Rugby League announced his selection in the squad for the upcoming games on October 26 and November 2, however, the RLIF on Monday denied the 30-year-old had been approved to represent the 2017 Rugby League World Cup semi-finalists.

Telusa Veainu will be a crucial performer if Tonga are to overcome Argentina in their Rugby World Cup clash on Saturday, according to coach Toutai Kefu.

Leicester Tigers full-back Veainu was absent from Tonga's opening Pool C match, as the islanders went down 35-3 to England.

Veainu missed a chunk of last season with a foot injury, with Kefu deciding not to risk one of his star names in a match which was always unlikely to go Tonga's way.

However, he is one of four faces brought into the Tonga line-up to play against Argentina, who were beaten 23-21 by France in their first match, and Kefu is thrilled to be able to welcome Veainu back to the fold.

"We don’t have many players like Telusa," said Kefu. "He is high quality and has a lot of X factor.

"He is vital, critical for us. That's why we've thrown him straight in, rather than among the replacements. He is an integral part of the team. I think he will give us a spark in attack."

Paula Ngauamo and Malietoa Hingano have returned from injury, with James Faiva also in line for a start.

Meanwhile, Argentina captain Pablo Matera has insisted the Pumas – who are on a 10-match losing run in competitive games – have not been busy licking their wounds from the tight defeat to France, but instead it has given them extra motivation to claim the first win of their campaign.

"We have to win all three games. Having lost at the weekend is hard, but the goal remains the same," Matera said.

"It was important to turn the page as soon as possible. Training was especially hard, because everyone wants to wear the shirt.

"There was frustration and anger over the weekend and we transformed it into energy and motivation to improve."

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Argentina – Emiliano Boffelli

The Pumas full-back missed what would have been a match-winning penalty in the last minute against France, and Boffelli – one of Argentina's brightest prospects – will be out to make amends in Osaka.

Tonga – Telusa Veainu

Without Veainu, Tonga lacked any cutting edge against England, even though Eddie Jones' side failed to reach their best level. Now he is back, the 28-year-old will be eager to make his mark on this World Cup, especially since Tonga's record try-scorer Kurt Morath is out injured.

KEY OPTA FACTS

- Argentina and Tonga have met just once before in Test rugby, a clash at the 2015 Rugby World Cup which the Pumas won 45-16 in Leicester.
- Tonga have failed to score a try in each of their last two Rugby World Cup matches, having crossed for a try in each of their 17 games before this run.
- Tonga are the only side at the 2019 Rugby World Cup who had no players in their original 31-man squad that play club rugby in their country's domestic league.
- If Agustin Creevy comes off the bench, he will join Felipe Contepomi (87 appearances) as Argentina’s most-capped player.

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