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  • PORT MACQUARIE AND DISTRICT

    EISTEDDFOD SOCIETY 34th ANNUAL

    SPEECH & DRAMA EISTEDDFOD 2013

    Adjudicator Noel Cislowski

    Monday 9th - Sunday 15th September 2013

    Uniting Church Oxley Highway

    Port Macquarie 2444

  • Proud sponsors of the 2013

    Speech and Drama Eisteddfod

  • 2013 SPEECH AND DRAMA COMMITTEE

    Director Tim Parry

    COMMITTEE MEMBERS

    Nicole Bann-Murray, Kristy Ismay, Lisa Gilchrist, Trisha McIntyre, Claire Michell, Louise Parry, Sandra Thompson,

    Larissa Toohey & Sandra Treeves

    Venue and Ticketing

    Uniting Church Oxley Highway

    Port Macquarie 2444

    Competitors are admitted free to the session/s in which they compete.

    Spectator Admission

    Event Pass 1 Adult Entry to all Sessions $30.00

    Family Day Pass 2 Adults & 2 Children - One Day only $20.00

    1 Adult & 3 Children - One day only $20.00

    All Day Pass 1 Adult to all Sessions - One day only $12.00

    Pensioner Day Pass 1 Aged Pensioner One day only $ 5.00

    Adult Session 1 Adult to 1 Session One Day only $ 5.00

    Pensioner Session 1 Aged Pensioner One Day only $ 3.00

    Child Session 1 Child Gold coin donation

  • We Welcome Our Adjudicator

    Noel Cislowski

    BA (Hons) Sydney A Ed (Qld); FSDA; FTCL (Speech and Drama);

    L Mus A; LTCL (Singing) Dip Mus (Hons)

    Noel Cislowski is a past president of the Music Teachers Association of NSW and of the Speech & Drama

    Association of NSW, a former deputy chairman, Board of Studies NIDA (19722000), a director of the City of

    Sydney Cultural Council, Deputy Chairman of the City of Sydney Eisteddfod Foundation, President of the Friends

    of Zenith Theatre, Chairman of the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra Board of Management and Chairman of the

    high School Debating and Public Speaking 19691991. He has been a teacher with the Queensland and NSW

    Education departments where he taught gifted and talented classes. He was an adviser in Speech and Drama for

    the NSW Department of Education then Head of the Speech and Drama Branch and Leader of the Creative and

    Practical Arts team in curriculum development. He has lectured at various tertiary institutions, including the

    Australian School of Pacific Administration, University of NSW, Macquarie University and the Australian Catholic

    University. He has been a private teacher and coach.

    Noel has had experience acting with theatre groups in Queensland and NSW as well as playing lead roles in

    musical comedy in Sydney and Brisbane. He has appeared with Sydney Symphony Orchestra in both singing

    and speaking solo performances. He has adjudicated major drama festivals in New Zealand, NSW and

    Queensland, including speech and drama adjudications in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania, ACT, Northern

    Territory and New Zealand, and vocal and instrumental adjudication in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania

    and Northern Territory. He is a Life Member of the Speech and Drama Association of NSW, received the Red

    Cross Medal for Meritorious Service (major stage productions in Sydney Town Hall and Opera House with school

    students), RSL Special Award (preparing student speakers for Anzac Service over 20 years) and Director of

    Youth Services for the Rotary Club of Chatswood.

  • Sponsors

    The Eisteddfod committee is extremely grateful to our Sponsors. Their support is critical to our success. We proudly acknowledge the

    following sponsors for their outstanding gifts.

    Gold Port Macquarie Orthodontics Waters Edge Boutique Hotel Port Macquarie

    Silver Advanced Aussie Blinds and Security

    Stacks The Law Firm Ironman Australia Port Macquarie

    Bronze Wok Eva Authentic Asian Cuisine Compass Financial Services Bunnings Warehouse

    Business Donations The Book Warehouse Port Macquarie Harvey Norman Computers & Electrical Players Theatre Port Macquarie Tropical Treasures Clark Rubber Dad & Daughter Nursery Awards Donations Saints Youth Drama Majestic Cinema Port Macquarie McDonalds Port Macquarie St Agnes Parish

    Section donations. Ultratune Port Macquarie, Dimension 4 Kitchens & Joinery,

    Alexander Byrne, Port Macquarie Lions Club, Charlie Hull, Jessica Ismay, Rylee Parry

    Trophy Donations. Aimee Couell, McKillop Senior College, Kiera Plews & Tayla

    Vatalidis, Maddison Beukers, Joel & Brendon Power, Lucas Tydd & Harry White,

    Keith Parry

    Additional Donations Danica Bridgeland, Grace Pfab, Wheeler Family, Laura

    Stewart, Emma Smith, Aiden & Reghan Buckley, Lachlan Wright

  • IMPORTANT NOTES

    1. Due to Copyright restrictions, set pieces cannot be reproduced in this programme.

    To obtain a copy of the set piece required for your section please contact your drama

    teacher or the Director Tim Parry 0421 151 007 or Secretary Louise Parry

    0400329495.

    2. The Eisteddfod volunteers must receive typed photocopies of competitors

    selections at least 15 minutes prior to session start times. The start times will be

    included in the program. There will be a table inside the main door of the venue for

    this purpose. Due to copyright restrictions copies will be destroyed after the

    Eisteddfod.

    3. The Port Macquarie and District Eisteddfod Society accepts no responsibility for

    infringement of the copyright act by competitors in its Eisteddfod.

    4. Parents and Guardians must not leave children unaccompanied. Children are not

    the responsibility of the eisteddfod committee members.

    5. Please read the rules and conditions.

    DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS

    Age Classification: It is only necessary to fill in the School Year of a candidate or

    group.

    Years and Stages: This Eisteddfod will use school years where possible and/or

    appropriate. Kindergarten will be rated, as Year K and post school will be called

    open. Where it is necessary to group contestants we will follow the NSW

    Department of School Education classification of Years into Stages. See the Schedule

    of Events, Fees and Times for details. The school year of the senior member of a

    group will determine the entry category for that group.

    Australian Verse: Is any verse written by an Australian poet.

    Narrative and Dramatic Verse: Poetry concerned is primarily with action. Narrative

    poems tell a story. In Dramatic verse, the characters speak for themselves.

    Choral Presentation: A program of two poems. Each program is restricted to ten

    minutes, which includes time to set and strike. Choirs will be judged on vocal

    performance. Dress will be school uniform. No props or costumes. This rule will be

    strictly adhered to. Marks will be deducted for any breaches.

    One Act Play or Sketch: From a published script maximum of 15 students per group.

    Great for any School Drama classes that have studied or performed their acts at

    School.

    Drama in Costume: Candidates will dramatise the portrayal of a character taken from

    a book, play or poem. Limited Props please.

    Dramatic Duologue: This will be a scripted dramatic performance by two children.

    Costume allowed but props to be limited.

  • Group Improvisation: Groups of three to six candidates will perform a non-scripted

    dramatisation of a topic given by the adjudicator. The adjudicator will decide

    preparation time.

    Humorous and Satiric Verse: Poetry where humour is the "dominant motive" and/or

    where the intention is to mock, ridicule or scorn.

    Memorised Prose Selection: The candidates will recite a selection of prose, of their

    own choice, from memory. No props or costume.

    Mime: This will be a solo prepared performance with no accompanying effects props

    or costume other than black tight fitting clothing. Performance should not

    exceed three minutes. Requires black clothing.

    Lyrical: Poetry concerned primarily with intellect and emotion. Lyrical verse deals

    with emotional themes, personal or impersonal. The name suggests a music-like

    quality.

    Impromptu Reading: Selections are set by the Adjudicator.

    Prepared Speech: A speech prepared by the candidate in which palm cards or notes

    may be used. Subject is own choice.

    Prose Reading from HSC Text: Candidates in Yrs. 11 Open may read a

    selection of their own choosing from a registered HSC English Text. Duration -

    Maximum 5 minutes.

    Bible Reading: Set text as per syllabus.

    Set Poems and Set Prose: Set texts as per syllabus.

    Own Composition- Poetry, Prose or Dramatic Monologue: The aim of this section is to

    encourage creative writing- adults are requested not to assist. The candidate reads or

    performs original material of their own composing, (A copy must be submitted).

    Shakespearean: Candidates must be in Year 7 or higher and will dramatise the

    portrayal of a character taken from a Shakespearean play. Costume and Props are

    optional.

    Solo Improvisation: This will be a performance of a topic given by the adjudicator.

    One minute preparation time for a maximum three minute performance. Requires

    black clothing.

    Verse for Multiple Voices: This will be a single piece of verse recited by two or more

    candidates (Maximum six voices). Rules as for solo verse. Costumes optional.

    Special Needs: this section is for competitors who attend a special school or a special

    unit/class within school.

    Time Limits: See Schedule of Events, Fees and Times for time limits for each

    category.

  • TO ALL AGE GROUPS

    Offensive or derogatory language will not be tolerated. This rule is necessary

    because of the varying ages in the audience. If you are unsure, please work to a 'G'

    rating or check your script with the Director or Secretary. The adjudicator may

    disqualify any performer using unsuitable or sensitive material on stage. Please check

    well beforehand to avoid embarrassment if asked to leave the stage during your

    performance.

    GENERAL RULES

    1. Competitors are expected to know the Speech and Drama rules of the Port

    Macquarie and District Eisteddfod Society. Lack of knowledge will not be accepted as

    an excuse for infringement. Breaches of rules may result in disqualification of the

    competitor(s)

    2. Entries must be on the current Entry Form and must be lodged with The Entry

    Secretary by the closing date. LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED NO LATER THAN

    FRIDAY 28th JUNE WITH AN ADDITIONAL $20. No entries will be accepted without

    PAYMENT. No cash to be sent through the post. Please send cheque or money order

    only.

    3. It is the responsibility of individual entrants or their teachers to collect all reports

    after each session. No submitted material will be returned to performers or teachers

    (except own compositions). Due to copyright regulations all submitted copies will be

    destroyed. Non-recovered reports will be held for one week following the Eisteddfod

    then destroyed.

    4. Teachers, parents or competitors must not approach the adjudicator during

    sessions. Contact may only be made through the committee members of the Speech

    and Drama section of the Port Macquarie District Eisteddfod. Breaches of this rule

    will result in disqualification and exclusion from the competition.

    5. Protests may be lodged with the Secretary in writing immediately after the session

    and must be accompanied by a deposit of $50. This will be forfeited if the protest is

    not upheld. The Director or Secretary (in the event of the Director being unavailable)

    of the Speech and Drama section of the Eisteddfod shall be the last level of appeal.

    The ruling given by the Director will be final.

    6. Where there are insufficient entries the Committee may decide to cancel a section

    and reserves the right to place the competitor(s) in the next eligible section. The

    Committee reserves the right to divide sections where there are a large number of

    entries.

    7. The Committee reserves the right to require a proof of school year from any

    competitor. Unless this is furnished, prizes may be withheld and may be awarded to

    the next best performer.

    8. The Eisteddfod is an amateur competition (Oxford dictionary definition of

    amateur) "Professionals" will not be admitted as competitors.

  • 9. Breaches of the Copyright Act by competitors will not be the responsibility of the

    Port Macquarie District Eisteddfod Society Inc. All competitors must name the author

    and the title of the work being performed. The competitor may give this information

    at the time of performance.

    10. The NOVICE section in each age group is only open to a competitor who has

    never won a place i.e. 1st, 2nd or 3rd place in any section of a Speech and Drama

    Eisteddfod.

    11. In the interests of child protection and copyright NO VIDEO RECORDING,

    DIGITAL OR FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY WILL BE ALLOWED DURING PERFORMANCES.

    Offenders will be asked to leave the auditorium.

    PERFORMANCE RULES

    1. Competitors must be punctual for the Eisteddfod sessions and report to the

    Secretary at least ten minutes prior to the session commencing. Entrants who are

    unable to compete are requested to advise the Session Secretary or the Organising

    Secretary as soon as possible. Please note that no refunds of entry fees are possible.

    2. Entrants must be prompt in answering calls for section competitors. Failure to

    report to the section announcer will be regarded as withdrawal from that event. The

    entry fee for that section will not be refunded.

    3. Unless otherwise stated, all material presented will be from memory.

    4. Teachers and students are advised that time limits will be strictly adhered to.

    Marks may be deducted from the scores of offending candidates in proportion to the

    time overrun.

    5. No offensive or blasphemous language to be used in any presentation. Text may

    be edited to delete any such language. If in doubt, please contact session secretary

    prior to commencement of Eisteddfod.

    6. Championships will not be awarded if there are less than three competitors or if

    the standard of presentations is very low. The Adjudicator will make this decision.

    7. Scholarships are intended for the extension of studies. Scholarships and all major

    awards are awarded at the discretion of the Adjudicator.

    8. No competitor shall be allowed to present the same item in more than one section

    or compete more than once in the same section of the Eisteddfod.

    9. No competitor shall re-present material with which he/she has been placed 1st at

    the previous Port Macquarie Eisteddfod.

    10. No practice is allowed on stage once the Eisteddfod commences.

    11. No competitors competing in events involving more than one performer e.g.

    Duologues or Group Sections are allowed backstage until summoned by the stage

    manager.

  • 12. In all sections, a second prize may be awarded if there are five or more

    competitors; a third prize will be awarded if there are seven or more competitors.

    Variations to this rule will be at the discretion of the Organising Committee.

    13. All Choral groups (except small school choral groups) will have a minimum of 20

    competitors. Small schools will have a minimum of 10 competitors. A small school is

    defined as a school with less than a total of 51 pupils. Choral sections are only open

    to stage 1, 2 and 3 students.

    14. No competitor or person associated with a competitor shall interfere in any way

    with the performance of another competitor. This includes all forms of heckling,

    gesture, intimidation or laughter. Competitors found to be in breach of this rule will

    be disqualified from the remainder of the eisteddfod. No refund of any fee.

    15. No competitor shall receive prompting or assistance (including all forms of cueing

    e.g. gesture, applause or staged laughter) other than from the Adjudicator during a

    performance.

    16. The cost of engraving on any trophy shall be borne by the winner.

    17. The Adjudicator will decide on the standards of dress, language and material

    presented and reserves the right to terminate a performance. No refund of fee will

    be considered if this occurs.

    18. Where none of the above rules apply the Director (or Secretary in cases of

    absence of the Director) reserves the right to decide disputes on the spot. These will

    not set precedents. All cases will be decided on their own merits. The decision is

    final and no correspondence shall be entered into. Concerns and constructive

    criticism that will improve future Eisteddfods are welcome. These should be in the

    form of a letter.

    19. Contact or communication with any non-competitor after the section has begun

    may render the competitor liable for disqualification.

    20. ALL COMPETITORS IN THE PORT MACQUARIE AND DISTRICT SPEECH AND

    DRAMA EISTEDDFOD PERFORM AT THEIR OWN RISK.

  • Monday 9th September 1.30pm

    100 a Prepared Speech Own Choice Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    Sponsored by Port Macquarie Lions

    1. Nat Francis 2. Kalisha Glover 3. Julia Williams 4. Tara Young 5. Millie Swan

    6. Finlay Minogue 7. Zac Roach 8. Julian Hiam 9. Ben Bowles 10. Nathan Smith

    59 Prepared Reading set Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    Sponsored by Charlie Hull

    1. Grace Pfab 2. Chloe Ross - Buzza 3. Abby Newman 4. Pallas Lockhart 5. Alyssa Geoghegan 6. Kalisha Glover

    7. Nat Francis 8. Jamie King 9. Maddison Beukers 10. Julia Williams 11. Claudia Todd 12. Joel Power

    100 b Prepared Speech Own Choice Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    Sponsored by Port Macquarie Lions

    1. Abby Newman 2. Laura Stewart 3. Robbie Moore 4. David Schuman 5. Claire Van Kampen

    6. Darcy Bull 7. Annika Toohey 8. Georgina Mulley. 9. Ruby Taylor 10. Ben Bowles

  • Tuesday 10th September 9.00am

    Sponsored by Advanced Aussie Blinds and Security

    53 Bible Reading Good News Bible Set Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. Alyssa Geoghegan 2. Abbey Towle 3. Maddison Beukers

    4. Alexis Byrne 5. Jessica Pateman 6. Paige Everingham

    71 Memorised Prose Own Choice, from memory Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Ruby Taylor 2. Kalisha Glover 3. Darcy Bull 4. Alyssa Geoghegan 5. Pallas Lockhart 6. Alexis Byrne 7. Grace Pfab 8. Kyden Power OToole

    9. Hannah Poppleton 10. Fay Hope Phelps 11. Charlie Hull 12. Claire Van Kampen 13. Lara Hickey 14. Ruby Taylor 15. Lachlan Wright 16. Hannah Black

    22 & 23 Lyrical - Own Choice Yrs 3 6

    Trophies donated by Maddison Beukers

    1. Abbey Towle 2. Kalisha Glover

    41 Australian Verse Own Choice Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. Kalisha Glover 2. Laura Stewart

    3. Claire Van Kampen

    115 a Dramatic Duologue Stage 3 Year 6

    1. Brooke Wilson & Ashleigh Boys 2. Alicia Robertson & Elise Smith 3. Jade Attard & Lilly Clarke 4. Lily Burgman & Phoebe Hiatt

    5. Claudia Todd & Jamie KIng 6. Darcy Bull & Charlie Hull 7. Rhys Lockery & Hannah Jordan

    Lunch

  • Tuesday 10th September 1.30pm

    109 Group Improvisation Stage 3 Year 5/Year 6

    1. Darcy Bull & Kalisha Glover

    95 Impromptu Speech Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. Pallas Lockhart 2. Kalisha Glover

    06 Verse Speaking - Set Poem Year 6

    1. Kalisha Glover 2. Claire Van Kampen

    3. Claudia Todd 4. Darcy Bull

    90a Novice Dramatic Characterisation In Costume Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    ***Does not qualify for championship***

    Trophies donated by Joel & Brendon Power 1. Abby Newman. 2. Maddison Beukers

    29 Narrative and Dramatic Own Choice Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    Sponsored by Alexander Byrne

    1. Jade Attard 2. Abby Newman 3. Abbey Towle 4. Elise Smith

    5. Lilly Burgmann 6. Maddison Beukers 7. Sophie Newman 8. Hannah Jordan

    115 b Dramatic Duologue Stage 3 Year 5

    1. Lara Hickey & Amber-Rose Rebecchi 2. Klaire Fallon & Jack Fallon 3. Hannah Poppleton & Zoe Brennan

    4. Amelia Kermerci & Paige Wilkinson 5. Lily Burgmann & Phoebe Hiatt

    17 Humorous and Satiric Verse - Own Choice - Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Laura Stewart 2. Alexis Byrne 3. Alyssa Geoghegan 4. Kyden Power OToole 5. Grace Pfab 6. Abbey Towle 7. Charlie Hull 8. Claire Van Kampen 9. Pallas Lockhart

    10. Ruby Taylor 11. Fay Hope Phelps 12. Lachlan Wright 13. Kalisha Glover 14. Hannah Poppleton 15. Lara Hickey 16. Darcy Bull 17. Hannah Black

    Dinner

  • Tuesday 11th September 6.30pm

    43 & 44 Australian Verse Own Choice Years 9 12

    Sponsored by Bunnings Warehouse Port Macquarie

    1. Tully Lockhart 2. Crystal Phillips

    3. Hannah Brown 4. Phoebe Lockhart

    73 Memorised Prose Own Choice, from memory Stage 5 Years 9 & 10

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Tully Lockhart 2. Myra Stoertzer 3. Christopher Treeves

    4. Helin Kocodag 5. Hannah Brown.

    61 & 62 Prepared Reading Set Stage 6 Years 11, 12 & Open

    1. Phoebe Lockhart 2. Hannah Brown

    74 Memorised Prose Own Choice, from memory Stage 6 Years 11 & 12

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    Trophies donated by Eve & Ebony Pollard and Tess Moore

    1. Phoebe Lockhart 2. Crystal Phillips

    19 Humorous and Satiric Verse - Own Choice Stage 5 Year 9/ Year 10

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Helin Kocodag 2. Hannah Brown 3. Tully Lockhart

    4. Myra Stoertzer 5. Christopher Treeves

    68 Impromptu Reading Stage 6 Years 11, 12 & Open

    1. Phoebe Lockhart 2. Crystal Phillips

    77 Drama Shakespearean Years 9 - Open

    1. Tully Lockhart 2. Helin Kocodag

    3. Christopher Treeves 4. Crystal Phillips

  • 93 Dramatic Characterisation in Costume Stage 6 Years 11, 12 & Open

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Elissa Donnellan 2. Jazlyn Alchin

    3. Meagen Collar 4. Crystal Phillips

    110 - 112 Group Improvisation Years 7 12

    Sponsored by Advanced Aussie Blinds & Security

    1. Tayla Cook 2. Bryanna Down, Brittany Duck, Myra Stoertzer, Courtney Irwin & Hannah Newman 3. Esther Abraham, Hannah Middlebrook, Rylee Parry, Tayla Fehon, Helin Kocadag, Chloe Boller 4. Eve Pollard, Ebony Pollard & Tess Moore

    25 & 26 Lyrical Own Choice Stage 5 & 6 Years 9 - 12

    1. Tully Lockhart 2. Hannah Brown

    117 & 118 Dramatic Duologue Years 9 - 12

    1. Tully Lockhart & Friend. 2. Christopher Treeves & Mitchell Treeves 3. Myra Stoertzer & Helin Kocadag

    4. Hannah Brown & Rylee Parry 5. Courtney Irwin & Bryanna Down

  • Wednesday 11th September 10.00am

    104 Choral Presentation Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    Sponsored by Stacks the Law Firm

    1. St Josephs Primary Yr 1 2. St Agnes Primary 3. Wauchope Public School Yrs 1 & 2 4. St Josephs Primary yr 2 5. Hastings Primary 6. St Josephs Primary K

    107 Small Schools Choral Presentation

    1. Herons Creek

    105 Choral Presentation Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    1. St Josephs Primary Yr 4 2. St Agnes Primary 3. St Josephs Primary Yr 3 4. Hastings Primary

    106 Choral Presentation Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. St Agnes Primary 2. St Josephs Primary Yr 5

    04 Verse Speaking - Set Poem - Year 4

    1. Sarah Hatherly 2. Chloe Allum

    3. Kashia McGrath 4. Conor Bann - Murray

    Lunch

  • Wednesday 11th September 2.30pm

    58 b Prepared Reading Set Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Ironman Australia Port Macquarie

    1. Paige Wheeler 2. Conor Bann - Murray 3. Kashia McGrath 4. Ainsleigh Baker

    5. Inez Vanderjagt 6. Lacee Williams 7. Astrid Fairhurst 8. Tahlia Lacey

    52 Bible Reading Good News Bible Set Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    1. Hannah Bambey 2. Sarah Hatherly 3. Jessica Ismay 4. Conor Bann-Murray

    5. Jadzia Stronell 6. Charlotte Schrader 7. Chloe Allum 8. Maddison Baxter

    99 Prepared Speech Own Choice Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Bunnings Warehouse Port Macquarie

    1. Jessica Ismay 2. Dominica Toohey 3. Nathan Smith 4. Alexander Byrne 5. Bede Munro 6. Keatin Nowak

    7. Sienna Toohey 8. Ella Handley 9. Sarah Hatherly 10. Madison Reed 11. Jesse Beard 12. Jadzea Gooch

    58 a Prepared Reading Set Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Dimension 4 Kitchens & Joinery

    1. Tom Fisher 2. Jadzia Stronell 3. Ella Shaw 4. Lexie Williams 5. Jessica Ismay

    6. Ruby Berryman 7. Shelby Filipek 8. Chloe Allum. 9. Charlotte Schrader

    03 Verse Speaking - Set Poem Year 3

    1. Shelby Filipek 2. Clayton Purkis 3. Tom Fisher

    4. Bronte Hudson 5. Paige Wheeler

    Dinner

  • Wednesday 11th September 7.00pm 122 - 124 Verse for Multiple Voices Stages 4, 5 & 6 Years 7 12

    Sponsored by Bunnings Warehouse Port Macquarie

    1. Tayla Cook 2. Rylee Parry & Friends

    3. Eve Pollard, Ebony Pollard & Tess Moore

    18 Humorous and Satiric Verse - Own Choice Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Mitchell Treeves 2. Tayla Cook 3. Brad Ellison 4. Lily Smith 5. Hannah Middlebrook

    6. Emily Nardella 7. Rylee Parry 8. Emily Towle 9. Maemie Bann-Murray

    36 & 37 Verse in Costume Own Choice Yrs 7 - 10

    1. Lily Smith. 2. Tayla Cook

    3. Rylee Parry 4. Hannah Brown

    24 Lyrical Own Choice - Stage 4 Year 7/ Year 8

    1. Lily Smith 2. Tayla Cook 3. Emily Towle

    4. Emily Nardella 5. Rylee Parry

    60 Prepared Reading set Years 7 & 8

    1. Lily Smith 2. Emily Nardella 3. Tayla Cook 4. Emily Towle

    5. Rylee Parry 6. Jamie-Lee Smith 7. Hannah Middlebrook 8. Chloe Densham-Ingram

    116 Dramatic Duologue Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    1. Tayla Cook2. Hannah Middlebrook & Chloe 3. Esther Abrahams & Rylee Parry 4. Jamie-Lee Smith & Chloe Densham-Ingram

    101 103 Prepared Speech Own Choice Stage 4 -6 Years 7 - 12

    1. Rylee Parry 2. Lily Smith

  • 07 Verse Speaking - Set Poem Year 7

    1. Rylee Parry 2. Lily Smith

    85 Mime Solo Stage 4 Years 7 - 12

    1. Rylee Parry 2. Lily Smith

    91 Dramatic Characterisation in Costume Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Maemie Bann-Murray 2. Emily Towle 3. Jamie-Lee Smith 4. Emily Nardella 5. Mitch Treeves

    6. Lily Smith 7. Chloe Densham-Ingram 8. Brad Ellison 9. Hannah Middlebrook 10. Rylee Parry

  • Thursday 13th September 9.00am

    34 Verse in Costume Own Choice Stage 2 Year 3/ Year 4

    Sponsored by Saints Youth Drama

    1. Lily Stace 2. Brittany Densham - Ingram 3. Charlotte Schrader 4. Sally Edmonds

    5. Saoirse Barltrop 6. Georgia Finch 7. Tahlia Lacey

    40 Australian Verse Own Choice Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    1. Conor Bann Murray 2. Sarah Hatherly 3. Bronte Hudson

    4. Alexander Byrne 5. Lily Stace 6. Lacee Williams

    16 Humorous and Satiric Verse - Own Choice Stage 2 Year 3/ Year 4

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Charlotte Schrader 2. Jadzia Stronell 3. Conor Bann - Murray 4. Lexie Williams 5. Ella Shaw 6. Sarah Hatherly 7. Inez Vanderjagt 8. Alexander Byrne

    9. Lily Stace 10. Hannah Bambey 11. Paige Wheeler 12. Astrid Fairhurst 13. Jessica Ismay 14. Sienna Toohey 15. Lilly Fritsch

    46 Own Composition Poetry, Prose or Dramatic Monologue Stage 2 years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Jessica Ismay

    1. Paige Wheeler 2. Maddison McGrath 3. Brandon Power

    4. Brittany Densham - Ingram 5. Saoirse Barltrop 6. Lilly Fritsch

    89a Novice Dramatic Characterisation in Costume Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    ***does not qualify for Championship***

    1. Chloe Allum 2. Maddison Baxter

    3. Brittany Densham Ingram 4. Saoirse Barltrop

  • 83 Mime Solo Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Dimension 4 Kitchens and Joinery

    1. Jessica Ismay 2. Conor Bann Murray

    3. Bridgitte Chilvers

    70 Memorised Prose Own Choice, from memory Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Conor Bann - Murray 2. Kashia McGrath 3. Paige Wheeler 4. Jadzia Stronell 5. Hannah Bambey 6. Lexie Williams 7. Charlotte Schrader

    8. Inez Vanderjagt 9. Jessica Ismay 10. Astrid Fairhurst 11. Ella Shaw 12. Alexander Byrne 13. Lilly Fritsch

    Lunch

  • Thursday 13th September 1.30pm

    89 Dramatic Characterisation In Costume Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Ella Shaw 2. Jessica Ismay 3. Paige Wheeler 4. Conor Bann - Murray 5. Alexander Byrne 6. Lexie Williams 7. Jadzia Stronell

    8. Charlotte Schrader 9. Lilly Fritsch 10. Astrid Fairhurst 11. Inez Vanderjagt 12. Hannah Bambey

    126 Novice Verse/Poem Own Choice Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Stacks the Law Firm Port Macquarie

    1. Madison Reed 2. Emma Smith 3. Claire McIntosh 4. Ruby Berryman 5. Ainsleigh Baker 6. Ella Handley

    7. Jack Fallon 8. Georgia Finch 9. Emma Jordan 10. Kara Pawlak 11. Brandon Power 12. Ella Wighton

    120 a Verse for Multiple Voices Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    1. Jessica Ismay, Ella Handley & Sienna Toohey 2. Chiara Limbert, Francis Duffy, Isabella Ryan & Mia Dawson 3. Joelle Buntschu & friend 4. Dominica Toohey and Madison Read 5. Paige Wheeler, Lily Fritsch & Astrid Fairhurst 6. Brittany Densham Ingram, Emma Smith & Saoirse Barltrop 7. Charlotte Schrader, Lacee Williams & Inez Vanderjagt

    64 Impromptu Reading Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    1. Jessica Ismay 2. Chloe Allum 3. Dominica Toohey

    4. Abby Newman 5. Conor Bann-Murray

    28 Narrative and Dramatic Own Choice - Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    1. Charlotte Schrader 2. Sally Edmonds

    3. Lacee Williams 4. Clayton Purkis

  • 135 Championship Verse Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    1. Alexander Byrne 2. Lexie Williams 3. Paige Wheeler 4. Hannah Bambey 5. Charlotte Schrader 6. Jessica Ismay

    7. Ella Shaw 8. Jadzia Stronell 9. Lilly Fritsch 10. Inez Vanderjagt 11. Astrid Fairhurst 12. Conor Bann - Murray

    120 b Verse for Multiple Voices Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Ironman Australia Port Macquarie

    1. Ella Shaw, Lexie Williams & Ruby Berryman 2. Sally Edmonds, Patrick Bailey, Jacob Penn & Giselle Brennan 3. Jessica Hamel, Bella Proud & Georgina Finch 4. Kiera Plews & Tayla Vatalidis 5. Tahlia Lacey & Ainsley Baker 6. Jayde Washington & Isobel Pares

    Dinner

  • Thursday 13th September 6.30pm

    66 & 67 Impromptu Reading Years 7 - 10

    1. Maemie Bann-Murray 2. Hannah Middlebrook 3. Lily Smith

    4. Rylee Parry 5. Tully Lockhart 6. Hannah Brown

    92 Dramatic Characterisation in Costume Stage 5 Year 9/Year 10

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Lachlan Fardy 2. Christopher Treeves 3. Hannah Brown

    4. Tully Lockhart 5. Helin Kocodag

    42 Australian Verse Own Choice Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    Trophies donated by McKillop Senior College

    1. Rylee Parry 2. Lily Smith.

    76 Drama Shakespearean Years 7 & 8

    1. Rylee Parry 2. Brad Ellison

    3. Mitch Treeves

    48. Own Composition Poetry, Prose or Dramatic Monologue Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    Sponsored by Keith Parry

    1. Lily Smith 2. Rylee Parry

    3. Jamie-Lee Smith 4. Chloe Densham-Ingram

    72 Memorised Prose Own Choice, from memory Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Emily Towle 2. Brad Ellison 3. Maemie Bann-Murray 4. Mitchell Treeves

    5. Emily Nardella 6. Rylee Parry 7. Lily Smith 8. Hannah Middlebrook

  • 54 Bible Reading Good News Bible Set Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    1. Rylee Parry 2. Hannah Middlebrook

    3. Maemie Bann-Murray

    30 - 32 Narrative and Dramatic Own Choice Stages 4 , 5 & 6 Years 7 - 12

    1. Rylee Parry 2. Emily Nardella 3. Hannah Brown

    4. Lily Smith 5. Emily Towle

    79- 81 Solo Improvisation Stage 4, 5 & 6 Years 7 = 12

    1. Lily Smith 2. Rylee Parry

    3. Maemie Bann-Murray

    137 Championship Verse Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    1. Lily Smith 2. Maemie Bann-Murray 3. Brad Ellison 4. Emily Towle

    5. Emily Nardella 6. Rylee Parry 7. Hannah Middlebrook 8. Mitchell Treeves

    138 Championship Verse Stage 5 Years 9 & 10

    1. Helin Kocodag 2. Christopher Treeves 3. Tully Lockhart

    4. Myra Stoertzer 5. Hannah Brown

  • Friday 14th September 9.00am

    35 Verse in Costume Own Choice Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    Sponsored by Alexander Byrne

    1. Kalisha Glover 2. Montanna Conyngham 3. Hannah Poppleton 4. Alicia Robertson

    5. Rhys Lockery 6. Claudia Todd 7. Zoe Brennan 8. Paige Everingham

    121 a Verse for Multiple Voices Stage 3 Year 6

    Sponsored by Advanced Aussie Blinds & Security

    1. Annika Toohey and Tully Pearson 2. Sophie Newman, Casey Burgess, Julia Williams & Millie Swan 3. Rhys Lockery & Brooke Wilson 4. Jessica Pateman & Maddie Beukers 5. Ashleigh Boys & Elise Smith 6. Anais Bleasdale and Paris Reid 7. Alicia Robertson & Hannah Jordan 8. Claudia Todd, Jamie King & Hannah Black 9. Zoe Brennan & Montanna Conyngham 10. Jade Attard & Lilly Clarke

    127 Novice Verse/Poem Own Choice Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    Sponsored by Stacks The Law Firm Port Macquarie

    1. Cian Leahy 2. Cameron Hunt. 3. Klaire Fallon 4. Paris Reid 5. Joel Power

    6. Tully Pearson 7. Chloe Ross Buzza 8. Amelia Kemerci 9. Casey Burgess 10. Molly McGuire

    121 b Verse for Multiple Voices Stage 3 Years 5

    1. Chloe Firkin & Aimee Couell 2. Lara Hickey, Bindi Painter Rousell & Amber Rose - Rebecchi 3. Miah Redfern, Elizabeth Duffy & Laura Dean 4. Lily Burgmann, Hannah Poppleton & Phoebe Hiatt 5. Amelia Kermerci, Amelia Paige & Claire Fallon

    Lunch

  • Friday 14th September 1.30pm

    90 Dramatic Characterisation in Costume Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Kyden Power OToole 2. Alexis Byrne 3. Claire Van Kampen 4. Fay Hope Phelps 5. Darcy Bull 6. Lachlan Wright 7. Grace Pfab 8. Kalisha Glover

    9. Alyssa Geoghegan 10. Pallas Lockhart 11. Hannah Poppleton 12. Ruby Taylor 13. Charlie Hull 14. Lara Hickey 15. Hannah Black

    47 Own Composition Poetry, Prose or Dramatic Monologue Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. Alexis Byrne 2. Montanna Conyngham.

    3. Darcy Bull 4. Kalisha Glover

    65 Impromptu Reading Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. Annika Toohey 2. Kalisha Glover 3. Alyssa Geoghegan

    4. Claire Van Kampen 5. Lachlan Wright 6. Abby Newman

    84 Mime Solo Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    Trophies donated by Aimee Couell

    1. Grace Pfab 2. Kalisha Glover

    3. Lily Burgmann

    108 & 109 Group Improvisation Stage 2 & 3 Years 3 - 6

    1. Jessica Ismay, Ella Handley & Sienna Toohey 2. Hannah Bambey, Jessica Sedgwick, Jordan McDonnell, Ava Loughlan & Ellie Giles 3. Darcy Bull, Kalisha Glover & Friends

  • 136 Championship Verse Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. Alyssa Geoghegan 2. Kyden Power OToole 3. Hannah Poppleton 4. Alexis Byrne 5. Fay Hope Phelps 6. Grace Pfab 7. Charlie Hull 8. Lara Hickey

    9. Ruby Taylor 10. Claire Van Kampen 11. Pallas Lockhart 12. Kalisha Glover 13. Lachlan Wright 14. Darcy Bull 15. Hannah Black

    78 Solo Improvisation Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1. Alexis Byrne 2. Pallas Lockhart

    3. Kalisha Glover 4. Hannah Black

    114 Dramatic Duologue Stage 2 Years 3 & 4

    Sponsored by Bunnings Warehouse Port Macquarie

    1. Chloe Allum & Jadzia Stronell 2. Maddison McGrath & Lily Stace 3. Jordyn McDonnell & Mahalia Hughes 4. Brittany Densham Ingram & Saoirse Barltrop 5. Bella Proud & Georgia Finch 6. Frances Duffy & Issabella Ryan 7. Ava Loughland & Ella Wighton

    Dinner

  • Friday 14th September 6.30pm

    141 One Act Play or Sketch Stage 1 to 3

    1. Saints Youth Drama

    150 Seniors Verse Own Choice

    1. Bessie Jennings & David Curry

    142 One Act Play or Sketch Stage 4 to Stage 6

    Sponsored by Advanced Aussie Blinds & Security

    1. Clue Doh Isabella Collins, Brodie Hyde, Hamish Lampard, Sarah Morris & Cole Pearson 2. St Josephs Regional a 3. The Movies Kayla Broad, Eloise Ditchfield, Rhiaan Marquez, Bianca Power & Libby Simpson 4. St Josephs Regional b 5. The Serious Blacks St Columba Anglican School Senior Drama Ensemble Yrs 9 & 10 6. St Josephs Regional c 7. So... Mahni Lewis, Katie McCosker, Falyn Carswell Reeves & Sophie Freeman 8. St Josephs Regional d 9. Its Cool to be Swag Bridget Burt, Elijah Abraham, Jaye Cherry, Olivia Lawrence & Maggie-Rose Sciascia 10. Mousetrap Nat Fullbrook, Kandis Hoffman, Hayley McMahon, Gabrielle Scullon & Lachie Smith 11. The End of the World Lana De Maria, Madison Olsen, Eloise Osborn, Molly Ratcliffe & Katelyn Ward 12. Emperors New Clothes St Columba Anglican School Junior Drama Ensemble Yrs 7 & 8

  • Saturday 15th September 9.00am

    02 Verse Speaking - Set Poem Year 2

    Sponsored by Ironman Australia Port Macquarie

    1. Tia McGrath 2. Taylor Veech 3. Marcus Wright 4. William Kelly 5. Katie Bell

    6. Savannah Smith 7. Jacob Somers 8. Mikayla Acorn 9. Aiden Buckley 10. Franjayla Tyson

    15 Humorous and Satiric Verse - Own Choice Stage 1 K, 1, 2

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Bridgette Chilvers 2. Matilda Hanley 3. Marcus Wright

    4. William Kelly 5. Molli Gilchrist 6. Harry Brown.

    63 Impromptu Reading set Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    Trophies donated by Kiera Plews & Tayla Vatalidis

    1. Bridgette Chilvers 2. Matildas Hanley

    3. Molly Bourke

    K b Verse Speaking - Set Poem - Kinder

    Sponsored By Rylee Parry

    1. Tom Turnner 2. Indy Shafer 3. Krischan Schmidt 4. Eathen Maher

    5. Tara Windsor 6. Bonnie Hall 7. Milly McGrath

    51 Bible Reading -Set- Stage 1 K/ Year 1/ Year 2

    Trophies donated by Lucas Tydd & Harry White

    1. Amy Hatherly 2. Aiden Loughlind

    01 Verse Speaking - Set Poem Year 1

    Sponsored by Stacks the Law Firm Port Macquarie

    1. Hayley Purkis 2. Georgia McMahon 3. Amy Hatherly 4. Jacob Oates 5. Bonnie Hall

    6. Charlotte Hepburn 7. Emma Moreton 8. Molly Bourke 9. Keiana Dreelan 10. Ava Peirce

  • 69 Memorised Prose Own Choice, from memory Stage 1 - K, 1 & 2

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Marcus Wright 2. Matilda Hanley 3. Harry Brown

    4. William Kelly 5. Molli Gilchrist

    119 a Verse for Multiple Voices Stage 1 Year2

    Sponsored by Bunnings Warehouse Port Macquarie

    1. Mikayla Acorn & Taylar Veech 2. Savannah Smith & Lily Monckton 3. Alice Overton, Piper Mclean & Kaleisha Alchin 4. Cassidy Pieren & Yasmin Hurley

    33 Verse in Costume Own Choice Stage 1 Kinder/Year 1/Year 2

    1. Bonnie Hall 2. Marty Fisher

    3. Molli Gilchrist

    Lunch

  • Saturday 15th September 1.00pm

    88 Dramatic Characterisation in Costume Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    ***Championship pre-requisite***

    1. Matilda Hanley 2. William Kelly 3. Marcus Wright

    4. Harry Brown 5. Molli Gilchrist

    01 Verse Speaking - Set Poem Year 1

    1. Sophie Kelly 2. Andie McGrath 3. Amber Evans 4. Amelia Bell 5. Reghan Buckley

    6. Caleb Scott 7. Cooper Winn 8. Mikayla Berne 9. Maddison McIntyre-Evans 10. Aiden Loughhlind

    63 Impromptu Reading Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    1. Molly Bourke 2. Matilda Hanley

    3. Bridgette Chilvers

    57 Prepared Reading set Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    1. Tia McGrath 2. Bridgette Chilvers

    3. Molly Bourke 4. Franjayla Tyson

    K a Verse Speaking - Set Poem - Kinder

    Sponsored By Rylee Parry

    1. Marty Fisher 2. Lilly Maher 3. Danica Bridgeland 4. Maddison McIntyre - Evans

    5. Isabella Skinner 6. Andie McGrath 7. Summer Shafer

    113 Dramatic Duologue Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    1. Alice McNee 2. Molly Bourke & Bridgette Chilvers 3. Lucas Tydd & Harry White

  • 125 Novice Verse/Poem Own Choice Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    Sponsored by Advanced Aussie Blinds & Security

    1. Tobias Toohey 2. Lachlan OConnor 3. Emerson Smith 4. Ellie Fallon 5. Lillian Hunt

    6. Wilson Minogue 7. Charlee Edwards 8. Sophie Sprague 9. Katherine Duffy 10. Franjayla Tyson

    134 Championship Verse Stage 1 K, 1 & 2

    1. Harry Brown 2. Molli Gilchrist 3. William Kelly

    4. Matilda Hanley 5. Marcus Wright

    119 b Verse for Multiple Voices Stage 1 Kinder / Year1

    Sponsored by Bunnings Warehouse Port Macquarie

    1. Andie McGrath & Tahnee Plews 2. Charlotte Simpson & Hayley Purkis 3. Evie Washington, Jaz Brust & Rafferty Ryan 4. Alice McNee & Sophia Hemsley 5. Reghan Buckley & Keiana Dreelan 6. Grace Dawson, Georgi Andrews & Lacey Seears 7. Molli Gilchrist & Katherine Duffy

  • NOTES:

  • SUNDAY 15th SEPTEMBER

    PRESENTATIONS & MAJOR AWARDS - Commencing at 1.30pm

    All Awards chosen by our Adjudicator

    NOVICE AWARDS

    Sponsored by Saints Youth Drama

    Outstanding Novice K/1/2 Trophy Outstanding Novice Year 3/4 Trophy Outstanding Novice Year 5/6 Trophy

    BOOK AWARDS

    Sponsored by The Book Warehouse Port Macquarie

    Most Interesting Costume - Sub Junior.

    Most Interesting Costume - Junior.

    Best Australian Verse - Junior

    Best Australian Verse - Senior

    Impromptu Reading - Years 3 - 6

    Impromptu Reading - Years 7 - 12

    .

    ENCOURAGEMENT AWARDS x 10

    Sponsored by WOK EVA Authentic Chinese Cuisine

    For competitors showing promise, who need not have won a place in any section.

    Trophy and $10 each

    VERSATILITY AWARDS

    Sponsored by Advanced Aussie Blinds and Security

    For those competitors showing versatility in 4 or more sections.

    Trophy and cash prize

    BIBLE READING AWARDS Sponsored by St. Agnes Parish

    Best Bible Reading - Junior

    Best Bible Reading - Senior

  • DUOLOGUE AWARDS Sponsored by Compass Financial Management

    OUTSTANDING DUOLOGUE - Junior Stage 2

    $20 each & Trophy

    OUTSTANDING DUOLOGUE - Junior Stage 3

    $20 each & Trophy

    OUTSTANDING DUOLOGUE Senior Stage 4, 5 & 6

    $20 each & Trophy

    SHAKESPEAREAN AWARD Years 7 to 12

    Sponsored by Ultratune Port Macquarie

    $100 plus Trophy

    JUNIOR AND SENIOR WITH POTENTIAL

    Sponsored by Stacks the Law Firm

    Junior Stage 1, 2 & 3 Trophy and cash prize

    Senior Stage 4, 5 & 6 Trophy and cash prize

    Major Awards Sponsored by Ironman Australia Port Macquarie

    MOST OUTSTANDING JUNIOR ACTOR

    Trophy and Cash Scholarship

    MOST OUTSTANDING SENIOR ACTOR

    Trophy and Cash Scholarship

  • CHAMPIONSHIPS

    Sponsored by

    Port Macquarie Orthodontics

    and

    Waters Edge Boutique Hotel

    All Championship winners also receive a Perpetual Trophy which is to be returned to

    the Eisteddfod society the following year.

    Stage 1 Kindergarten / Year 1 / Year 2

    1st $100 plus Trophy, 2nd $50 plus Trophy, 3rd $25 plus Trophy

    Stage 2 - Years 3 & 4

    1st $120 plus Trophy, 2nd $60 plus Trophy, 3rd $30 plus Trophy

    Stage 3 Years 5 & 6

    1st $150 plus Trophy, 2nd $80 plus Trophy, 3rd $40 plus Trophy

    Stage 4 Years 7 & 8

    1st $200 plus Trophy, 2nd $100 plus Trophy, 3rd $50 plus Trophy

    Stage 5 Years 9 & 10

    1st $200 plus Trophy, 2nd $100 plus Trophy, 3rd $50 plus Trophy

    Stage 6 Years 11/12/Open

    1st $200 plus Trophy, 2nd $100 plus Trophy, 3rd $50 plus Trophy

  • To the Volunteers

    Thank you to our fabulous volunteers who gave up their time to

    assist with the organising and running of this event. Their

    dedication has helped to make the 34th Annual Speech and Drama

    Eisteddfod a great success.

  • The Port Macquarie and District

    Speech and Drama Eisteddfod Society

    gratefully acknowledge the following sponsors and

    thank them for their generous support.

    GOLD SPONSORS

  • SILVER SPONSORS

  • BRONZE SPONSORS

    BUSINESS SPONSORS

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