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06 COACHES’ HUDDLE BUDZIE’S COMMENTS ON OUR DRAW AT WHITLEY AND AT HOME TO BILLINGHAM. IT WAS A SPECTACULAR EFFORT FROM THE HAWKS TO GET TO THE TOP OF THE TABLE FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR AHEAD!
IN THIS ISSUE WE HAVE A BUMPER FOUR PAGE ARTICLE ABOUT BLACKHAWKS’ FIRST CAPTAIN BERNIE SNAGG, WITH SOME STORIES FROM HIS FRIENDS AND TEAM MATES
04. ROUND UP
A ROUND UP OF RECENT NEWS FROM
ALL ROUND NICE GUY STEVE POLLITT
TELLS US A BIT ABOUT HIS
16. PLAYER SPOTLIGHT WE LOOK AT ANDY DUNN THIS WEEK &
PHOTOGRAPHY, EQUIPMENT & SHOWS US SOME OF HIS HANDYWORK
HOW HIS SEASON IS GETTING BACK ON
33. IHR ROUND UP
TRACK AFTER HIS INJURY
A REVIEW OF OUR LEAGUE & OTHERS
18. OFFICIALS SIGNALS FIND OUT WHAT ALL OF THOSE REFEREE SIGNALS MEAN
20. TEAMSHEETS TEAM SHEETS FOR THE HAWKS &
COMPLIMENTS OF PAUL BREEZE
35. SPECIAL FEATURE BRYAN SHUTTLEWORTH HAD A CHARITY HAIRCUT LAST WEEK ON ICE. HERE ARE DETAILS HOW YOU CAN DONATE.
WHITLEY. YOU CAN FILL IN THE RESULTS
33. SC CHRISTMAS PARTY
THERE AS THEY HAPPEN
SOME PHOTOS FROM THE CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY WITH A SPECIAL VISIT FROM LAPLAND!
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ARE YOU NEW TO ICE HOCKEY? WE HAVE A PAGE ESPECIALLY FOR YOU. IT WILL HELP TO BUILD YOUR KNOWLEDGE EACH WEEK SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND JUST WHAT’S GOING ON, ON THE ICE.
38 MATCH ANALYSIS
DAVID LONGSTAFF SHARES HIS THOUGHTS ON LAST WEEKS MATCH. INTERVIEW BY IAN HAVELOCK
STEVE POLLITT’S PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURES ON PAGE 28
CAPS COLUMN EVERY WEEK CHRIS ARNONE POSTS HIS ANALYSIS AND THOUGHTS ON OUR MOST RECENT MATCHES IN THE LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH. THE PAGE IS UPDATED EVERY TUESDAY SO HEAD ON OVER THERE TO READ UP ON THE MATCH REPORT FROM OUR RECENT LEAGUE MATCH AT SOLIHULL. CHRIS’ ARTICLE IS USUALLY POSTED QUITE QUICKLY ON OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE, FACEBOOK, SUPPORTERS PAGE AND ON OUR TEAM APP. YOU CAN ALSO BUY THE LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH ON TUESDAY AND READ IT THERE.
Programme design & content by John Milton Cover photo ‘Jordan Bannon by John Milton (www.eventog.uk) Articles provided by Paul Breeze, Andy Dunn, and John Milton. Proof read and edited by Esther Gradwell All items are copyright to their respective owners and all rights reserved © 2016
ell thatâ€™s all the seasonal celebrations all over with and we hope that you all had a great Christmas and New Year. We are facing Sutton Sting today and, if successful, we can put a little distance between us and the chasing teams and reinforce our place sitting at the top of the table. This was despite some serious and determined competition in the last few matches. I think you will agree that the Hawks have put in massive effort to get us to where we are now and we have our coaching staff and players determination to thank for this. The Hawks appreciate the continued support from their many loyal fans. The more you shout the more they score. #bestfansintheleague
he match away at Whitley was considered to be one of the best matches in recent history and approx 1600 spectators were in attendance in the Whitley Bay Ice Arena for one of the most supercharged games that anyone has seen in recent memory. Whitley played exceptional hockey but the Hawks were focused and determined showing great character once again to level the scores with only forty seconds remaining. At the beginning of the match and following much hype, Reece Cairney-Witter dropped gloves with Andre Payette centre ice and despite lively debate on social media we all have Reece down as the ultimate winner in a short and scrappy encounter. We play Whitley again on the 10th of January so we wonder if there will be a re-match for any unsettled business.
e should not forget the home match versus the Billingham Stars on the day before the Whitley match where despite an improved Stars side trying to frustrate the Hawks, the Hawks wore the Stars down, played their own game and did a professional job to end up 5-2 to the good and could have comfortably scored more goals in this match.
o, half way through the season we are where we want to be - on the top of our league and despite our first loss in nearly two years the team now do not have the pressure to keep that achievement up and can concentrate on the job in hand. We are all extremely proud of the hard work put in by all of the team and staff and look forward to the matches ahead.
WELL DONE TO THE HAWKS, OUR MATCH IN SOLIHULL PUTS US RIGHT TO THE TOP OF THE TABLE, BRINGING IN THE NEW YEAR AS LEAGUE LEADERS. WE CAN PUT IT ALL DOWN TO A WINNING FORMULA, GREAT COACHES, GREAT TEAM, GREAT MANAGEMENT AND GREAT FANS!
Tonight we welcome Sutton Sting to our arena and hope that the players and fans have a safe journey as they make their short visit over to us and home again today. We previously played the Sting at the end of November at Ice Sheffield where we were held to a 2-2 draw. Although the Sting are currently near the bottom in eighth place we will still be giving them the utmost respect this evening. The match at Whitley away was highly charged to say the least and saw a massive crowd of around 1600 fans in attendance. Some said that this was the best match that they had ever seen. Before the game got underway
Reece Cairney-Witter dropped gloves with Andre Payette and they fought on centre ice for a just a few short seconds before it was stopped and the match could begin. Whitley worked hard and we were behind 4 -3 with just four minutes remaining in the final period. Richard Bentham scored with forty seconds to go after a push from all the lads to get us a point though and I do believe we deserved the draw at least. So tonight we ask that everyone cheers on the lads as a win will see us opening a gap at the top of the table and heading in the right direction for the playoffs in April. Enjoy the match.
Blackburn Hawks Current Form
Played 20 | Won 17 | Drawn 2 | Lost 1 |
Sutton Sting Current Form
Played 16 | Won 4 | Drawn 1 | Lost 11
Hawks Team Huddle (Photo John Milton (eventog.uk)
Lee Pollitt (Photo John Milton (eventog.uk)
Ben Simister (Photo John Milton (eventog.uk)
SHIRT SPONSORS TO EVERYONE THAT HAS PURCHASED A MATCH WORN SHIRT YOU ARE ALL HELPING THE HAWKS AND WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND OUR GRATITUDE TO YOU ALL BY ADDING YOUR NAMES EACH WEEK INTO THE PROGRAMME.
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Chris Butler Chelsea Carter Kayleigh Harris Matt Viney Steve Mayers David Edwards Aaron Davies Aaron Davies Gavin Leadbetter James Riddoch Angela Riddoch Daniel Jordan Bannon Ella Thornton Russ Ginn Andy Dunn Ella Thornton Chris Calow Dave Meikle Joshua Milnes Christian Carter Danny MacKriel Rita MacKriel Eleanor MacKriel Ollie Lomax Lee Ainsworth Brian Shuttleworth Chris Arnone John Milton Lucy Elmer Tom King Nana Preston Dean Worrall Danny Brittle Carol Sharples Sarah Martin Adam Brittle Julie Latham Graham Hamilton Stuart Ashton Stuart Ashton Stuart Ashton Max Drakeley Craig Bevington Jessica Bevington Kim Miettinen Miek Harris Nick Riley Ben Simister Hollie Collinge Keith Preston Lee Pollitt Steve Pollitt Stef Harris Rick Bentham Howard Thornton Matt Addison RJay Berra Brian Harrison Carl Everitt
If you would like to join the SC team and help out there are several ways that you can get involved. If you are in a position to, please come over to see us at the supporters club table for a little chat, no experience is required just enthusiasm.
Alternatively you can fill in the form on the SC website at http://blackburnhawks.club/contact/
It really is very rewarding to be part of such a great team
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THE REWIND SERIES CONTINUES WITH BERNIE SNAGG Bernie Snagg at Liverpool Leopards in the late 1970s
But he was also a very skilled player and, back in the days when the Guinness Book of Records used to list achievements in British Ice Hockey, he held the record for the most goals scored by a single player in one game -12 against Sheffield Lancers in 1975. Bernie played 14 times for the Blackhawks during their debut season, scoring 2 goals and - somewhat surprisingly - only notching up 14 PIMs! He returned to play for Blackburn’s second season in 1991/92 when they were elevated to Heineken League Division One but sustained a bad eye injury in a home game against Fife Flyers and, as a result, had to give up playing competitive hockey.
Blackburn Blackhawks’ first captain was what you might call a real “character” of the game. Bernie Snagg was a tough scouser who had learned his hockey with the Liverpool Leopards during the 1970s and then played around the other northwest rinks in the 1980s , putting in spells at Blackpool, Deeside and Altrincham. Bernie had a reputation as a bit of a fighter having, indeed, learned to box professionally and most of the old time players will have a story or two to tell about their encounters with him. In fact, during the Southern League period (1970-80) Bernie amassed more penalty minutes than any other player.
Bernie Snagg (#37) coming on to the ice at the end of a Blackhawks match along with George Powell (#28) and Gary Shearman (#77) (Photo by Stephen M Kershaw)
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Bernie Snagg (left) with Lol Paul at the Liverpool Leopards Legends game in 2013 (photo by Aaron Tennant) Here are just a few of the stories that Bernie’s former team mates and opponents have to tell about him: Lol Paul – former Liverpool, Deeside, Altrincham, Telford & Flintshire Player – now the head coach at Deeside Dragons: “Bernie Snagg is one of my best friends who I have known since I was a kid. Bernie is one of the unrecognised greats of our country and is a natural at hockey. I say this because Bernie has never been coached properly. When Bernie started to play Hockey, at I believe the late age of 18, there were no good coaches available to him. He is basically self-taught, so imagine with the right coaches what Bernie Snagg could have achieved, even though he was once in the Guinness Book of Records for most goals in a game. I could tell you endless stories about Bernie, but let me say this. I have never
heard anyone say a bad word about Bernie he is highly respected as a man and hockey player. Bernie was a fantastic skater, a very skilful player (a bit greedy) and that tough I never witnessed him losing a fight. He was an asset to any team and I feel privileged to have played on the same line as him. He is very modest so he won’t like me saying this.” Bob Bramah - Former Liverpool Leopards player, Match Referee and Former BIHA Chief Referee: “Bernie Snagg was by far the best English player of his generation. He should have been up there with Tony Hand but unfortunately he went south to Southampton rather than north to the powerhouse teams of the time. He would have been a perfect fit for Durham or Whitley. His achievements are especially remarkable given that he came to the game relatively late rather than starting as a nipper.
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To play with he was magnificent. Every team needs a Bernie. Superb at winning face offs and then the moment he laid off the puck he would be planted in front of the goal. Shoot roughly in the direction of the goal and there was always a chance. Either Bernie would block the goalies view, or redirect the shot in mid air or be there for a rebound. In this position he took a lot of punishment from defenders but that brought out perhaps his best quality which was that he was one of the hardest players I have ever known and was trained as a boxer so if it came to a fight he usually won. He also has the scousers’ in-built sense of justice. They like fairness so if someone was taking liberties with a team mate retribution was swift. He took no prisoners.
Bob Bramah The players at Liverpool in the 70’s were the most competitive group of people I have ever known. Whether it was on the ice, playing cards on the bus or having the last word. Winning was the only option. If you lost a game or a hand of three card brag it was only a single battle in a bigger war. You came back for more and more and more till
victory was achieved. Bernie was the leader and he led from the front. There was no other way. If he gave the order, “OK lads over the top” it meant follow me and keep up or you will have me to answer to if we survive. He was THE voice in the dressing room and he told it like it was. As in his fighting he pulled no punches and more often than not it was what people needed. The few that resented his honesty fell by the wayside and that probably made the team stronger. He once broke a stick over my back during a warm up because I had screwed something up a second time after being given ‘advice’ on the first occasion. He even reprimanded me in the Legends game for not keeping the puck in the attacking zone when I should have done! He has obviously mellowed though as he did it with a quiet whisper in my ear. That game by the way sums up what I mean about being competitive. It was a celebration of the great days of the Leopards and it was raising money for charity and we were absolutely gutted that we lost. To ref, he was mainly easy because I knew him so well. I knew what he was doing often before he did it. Consequently, he felt a bit picked on but that was the same for all the 1980’s Liverpool diaspora. Alan Mortimer and Bernie Butler still give me a hard time about it now but I knew from their body language that they were about to clatter someone. In Bernie Snagg’s case, there were a couple of occasions when I didn’t spot the volcano in waiting and “bang!” - in which case I got an average amount of abuse from Bernie and absolute dog’s abuse from Mrs Snagg who hardly spoke to me for years…” Granville Raper - former Bradford Bulldogs, Peterborough Pirates & Chelmsford Chieftains player: “I first met Bernie when I was playing for Bradford Bulldogs back in the late 70’s when he was with the Liverpool Leopards. We had heard that the Leopards where a tough ruthless team, hard hitting etc - all this on the back on the recently released hockey film “Slapshot”!
13 REWINDOLDSCHOOL We thought “they’re gonna kill us fledglings of hockey”.. cos we had heard that one of their players Bernie Snagg was going to give us hell. He was a good skater and player, hit and played hard and if you wound him up, he would have you!
“Bernie was a very competitive player, looked out for his team mates and didn’t stand for any trouble. He was our player
He was a fair player, he would talk and chat with us and give us encouragement about the game. Bernie was an icon - whenever I reminisce today about my early years of hockey one name that always comes up ..Bernie Snagg.”
(photo by Francis Page)
(photo by Francis Page)
Darryl Kenyon - Blackpool Seagulls HBL1 netminder and backup netminder in the first season at Blackburn Blackhawks:
coach at Blackpool in the season before Blackburn. We were a young team and every one of us looked up to him. It was the same at Blackburn - he was the experienced head the team needed. He always won face offs, even the other year when we played against him and Liverpool before the Deeside legends game he took every face off and I wouldn’t be surprised if he won every one too!”
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PLAYER SPOTLIGHT ANDY DUNN #13
Andy spent many of his formative years playing over in Hull for the Kingston Jets, before moving back over this side of the Pennines to play for the Trafford Metros, then the Manchester Minotaurs. Despite a run of bad luck through injuries we look forward to Andy bringing his extensive experience to our defence in the second half of our season. Andy was a great signing for Budzie at the beginning of this season.
So far, if I’m being honest... I haven’t got into the swing of things just as yet. This being down to injuries. I picked up a serious injury in my first game for the Hawks against the Widnes Wild in our pre-season game. I tried to play through it and hoped I’d be able to shake it off, but whilst training with both the Hawks and the Storm and also our opening fixtures, it was getting worse. I’d then found out the seriousness of the injury which was a tear in both adductors and also my lower abs. So that then put me out for nearly two months and I was getting regular treatment for it. Now that I am back playing, I know myself, I haven’t been putting in performances which I know I can. It’s always tough getting back into it after a lengthy lay off. In the past when I’ve broken my ankle or hip
it was towards the end of the season so I’ve had all summer to get fit ready for the new season. But with this injury being at the start of the season, match fitness has definitely affected my performances and it’s been very frustrating. The boys have done a fantastic job so far this year and although we lost our unbeaten streak, it was always going to be tough to keep that going with the league changing so much this year. Last year when I played in Manchester, you could guarantee after the weekend you’d look at the results and it would be the Hawks or Billingham who’d have won their games easily. Where as this season so far… It’s hard to call who’s going to win. So for me it definitely shows how much better the league has become, and changed so far.
My Dad got me into hockey and it was only when he took me and my brother to watch the Storm play when they first started out the M.E.N Arena, that I wanted to try it for myself. I didn’t start skating until I was 12 years old and I got into playing hockey when I was 13, which was relatively late when you compare me to some players who I know started skating at 4 or 5. I started out in Altrincham and played there until the rink closed down, so maybe played 3 seasons there. I learnt a lot from my coach Nipper whilst I was there. It was when the rink closed that I was offered a chance to play for a team with the best junior set up and were winning week in, week out. It was an easy decision to say yes and play in Hull. Those were my most enjoyable years playing hockey. ‘Jonker’ was the coach there and both he and ‘Nipper’ were regarded as the best coaches in the UK, so I was lucky enough to have them as coaches. With the team we had, I learnt a lot and a few of us were playing up for the senior team which helps you learn the game quicker playing with older & stronger guys. I’ve played in Hull the majority of my hockey career and I still regard Hull as home! After I took a break from hockey for a few seasons, I’d been persuaded to come back and play over in Altrincham. Last season for me wasn’t an enjoyable one. Not so much the lads, as the lads there are a great bunch. But when you’re not winning games, whether it was going to places
like Whitley Bay or Billingham etc with only 8 players or injuries.. It’s hard! And when we did have a full team, we pushed teams right to the end. I’d like to think I bring a lot of experience to the team. I knew quite a few of the boys before I agreed to finally sign with the Hawks this season, which helped, as they had nothing but good things to say about the club. Whether it was playing with some of them in the juniors or playing against them. It’s been no secret I’ve had the chance to join the Hawks for the past 5+ seasons, but for one reason or another, I decided against it. I had plenty of stick off the lads for not joining when I had the chance to and people questioning why I wouldn’t sign, especially last season when they went unbeaten and I was part of a side that didn’t win 1 game all season haha! It was only in the summer when I was thinking about packing it in again, when Budz called me and wanted me to sign. I spoke to a few players in the Hawks team at that time about what it was like and would I fit in… and now I’m here! Playing in front of a big crowd each week, whether it’s at home or on the road is incredible! The fans here are one of a kind and it makes for a great game when they’re loud and proud! Last weeks game for example, an away game up in Whitley Bay on a Sunday night was something else!!!!
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Blackburn Hawks V Sunday 3rd January 2016 - Face Off: 5:45
SCORING Time Type
TONIGHTâ€™S Oliver Massey PERIOD SCORES HAWKS STING
Sutton Sting League Game - Blackburn Ice Arena No. Name NM
Richard James Crowe
Lewis James Smith
Edward James Eaton
James Robert Moeller
SCORING Time Type
MASCOTâ€™S & Oliver Lee SCORE
PHOTOGRAPHER Steve Pollitt
TEVE POLLITT CAN BE SEEN AT THE SIDE OF THE RINK TAKING PHOTOS MOST MATCH DAYS. HE IS VERY MODEST BUT TAKES SOME FANTASTIC ACTION SHOTS. HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF HIS PHOTOS.
I started shooting ice hockey about three seasons back when Lee started playing up for the senior teams. I started with a Canon 650D but the sport demands better equipment with the fast pace and poor lighting. I moved up to a Canon 7D Mk 2 with better lenses and with advice from people like John Milton and Geoff White from Widnes, my results improved. My favourite rinks for shooting are Altrincham, Widnes and Blackburn. I love shooting the Hawks, always plenty of goals and enjoy the feedback from the Hawks family - they are great fans and have a great team of volunteers doing quality work. Big thanks to John for the great programmes â€“ the best in the sport.
Lee Pollitt @ Solihull last Sunday Photo courtesy of Steve Pollitt
All Photos courtesy of Steve Pollitt
Adam and Luke Brittle
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY PLEASE KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE PUCK AT ALL TIMES
THE PUCK CAN AND WILL LEAVE THE ICE AND FLYING PUCKS CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS
There was just one game in the Moralee Conference at the weekend and Blackburn Hawks moved further ahead at the top of the table with a 2-5 win away at Solihull Barons. They now lead Whitley Warriors by three points and have a game in hand. The weekend before Christmas saw the Hawks pick up three more points – winning 5-2 at home to Billingham Stars on the Saturday and then grabbing a dramatic last minute equaliser away to Whitley in a 4-4 draw. Solihull Barons moved up to 3rd place in the table after a 9-4 home win over Sutton Sting and remain in that position after
their game against the Hawks. Sheffield Spartans and Sheffield Senators had back to back “home and away” games at Ice Sheffield the weekend before Christmas and, while league points were the priority, they decided to use the occasion to also play their annual Winter Classic fixture as a two leg affair.The Spartans won the Winter Classic cup last year and also triumphed this year winning their away game 3-7 and then winning the home tie 10-2. So the cup and 4 important Moralee Conference points went to the Spartans.
Nicole Jackson in goal for the Riverside Raiders against Widnes Wild (photo by Graham Warren - www.tinyphotos.smugmug.com)
33 ICEHOCKEYREVIEW There was just one fixture in the Laidler Conference and Blackburn Eagles picked up a huge point in a 5-5 home draw against league leaders Deeside Dragons.
of the Ronald McDonald House charity and a cup was presented in memory of Antony Morris – a Widnes rec player who died recently after an accident.
The Dragons actually outshot the Eagles 32 to 61 over the course of the game and won the first period 0-2. But the Eagles scored 4 unanswered goals in the period to lead 4-2 overall and, even after Deeside fought back to draw, the Eagles led 5-4 going in to the last 5 minutes.
In order to balance out the relative playing strengths of the two teams, Widnes Wild’s player coach Scott McKenzie iced for the Raiders as did some other guest players in the shape of former Wild player Dan Bracegirdle, Altrincham Ace Mikey Gilbert and Women’s GB internationals Sarah Hutchinson and Nicole Jackson. Jesse McClure - star of TV’s “Storage Wars” - also played for the Raiders team. The game was quite close early on but eventually finished 11-3 to the Wild. Jackson performed heroics in the Raiders net and helped to keep the game fairly competitive until Widnes ran away with it in the last period.
Deeside Dragons remain top of the table with a 5 point lead over second placed Widnes Wild who have played a game less. Widnes didn’t have a Laidler Conference match and instead played a charity game against the Widnesbased Riverside Raiders recreational team. The game was played in aid
Photo: Deeside Dragons score the first goal away at Blackburn Eagles (photo by Peter Sheffield (www.psd-photos.com)
BRYAN SHUTTLEWORTH CHARITY HAIR CHOP Everyone within the Hawks hockey family is immensely proud of Bryan Shuttleworth for having his hair cut in memory of Jon Adams, our former Hawk who unfortunately is now no longer with us. The cash raised so far is a massive ÂŁ665.60 and you can still donate by visiting the link at the bottom of this page, or at the arena where you can pass your donations directly to Bryan or at the Supporters table who will pass it on. Bryan went out to centre ice where the highest contributor Charline Lo duly cut off thirteen years of his hair. Thanks to everyone who sponsored Bryan - the money raised will be split between two charities. The UK charity is MIND who specialise in mental health issues. The remainder is to go to CAMH which is the Canadian equivalent chosen by Jonâ€™s family. Please give what you can to a cause that we are all so very passionate about. Bryan would like to thank all who have donated to this event and everyone who has helped with collections.
PLEASE GIVE IF YOU CAN https://goo.gl/ywYEdJ
SC KIDS CHRIST
We had our Supportersâ€™ Club childrenâ€™s Christmas party before the Billingham match and it was a great success! We had a few of the Hawks players present to have their photos taken with the children so thanks to Chris Butler, Kim Miettinen and Ollie Lomax. Harry The Hawk also did a great job throughout the afternoon and was one of the best dancers in the musical statues! We would like to thank all of the Supporters Club for organising the party. Thanks to Santa and his little helper Jade who handed out gifts to each of the children. Thank you also to Caitlyn Hartley, Katie Hargreaves and Sharon Welch for their help with the party games and ensuring the children all had an amazing time!
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Published on Dec 27, 2015