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    Round 19, July 31st, 1:20pm Sydney Swans 21.11 (137) defeat Fremantle Dockers 7.5 (47) at Domain Stadium

    AFL match report: http://www.afl.com.au/match-centre/2016/19/fre-v-syd
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Fremantle v Sydney Swans - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 19 MDT Fremantle V Sydney. 13.20 pm. D.S.

    In brief
    Swans by ninety/90/NINETY, a massive percentage-boosting win in the West.
    Kennedy scintillating - 45 disposals (23 contested), three goals, 11 clearances.
    Pav's 350th ruined, with some fine plays by Aliir.
    Swans eight goal third quarter puts game beyond doubt.

    Dockers 1.0 3.2 4.3 7.5 (47)
    Sydney Swans 3.7 7.7 15.9 21.11 (137)

    GOALS
    Dockers: Pavlich 2, Taberner, Mundy, Crozier, Yarran, Weller
    Sydney Swans: Heeney 4, Mitchell 3, Kennedy 3, Towers 2, Rohan 2, Richards 2, Franklin 2, Hannebery, Parker, Naismith

    Brownlow: 3 J.Kennedy 2 D.Hannebery 1. T.Mitchell.
    Bob Skilton Medal: Kennedy 50, Mitchell 45, Rampe 42

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 19
    36 RWO members voted, 13 players polled

    Josh Kennedy 5
    Dan Hannebery 4
    Dane Rampe 3
    Isaac Heeney 2
    Luke Parker 1

    Leaderboard after 19 rounds
    Kennedy moves up to second. Tippett's absence sees him finally move out of the top five

    Dan Hannebery - 43
    Josh Kennedy - 32
    Luke Parker - 31
    Lance Franklin - 28
    Dane Rampe - 25

    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 14
    Heath Grundy - 12
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Gary Rohan - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Callum Mills - 4
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Aliir Aliir - 2
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 20, August 6th, 1:45pm Sydney Swans 14.16 (100) defeat Port Adelaide Power 4.9 (33) at the SCG

    AFL match report: http://www.afl.com.au/match-centre/2016/20/syd-v-port
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v Port Adelaide - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 20 MDT. Sydney V Port Adelaide. SCG. 13.45pm.

    In brief
    Swans by 67 points, in another dominant percentage-boosting win.
    0-0 Port's score at the 10:52 mark in the second quarter.
    Heeney shows ominous form in his third game back from injury, with four goals and plenty of assists.
    Parker BoG with 39 disposals.

    Sydney Swans 6.5 9.10 14.14 14.16 (100)
    Port 0.0 2.3 3.6 4.9 (33)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 2, Rohan 2, X. Richards 2, Heeney 2, Towers, Mitchell, Papley, Rampe, Kennedy, Hannebery
    Port: R.Gray, Butcher, Impey, Krakouer

    Brownlow: 3 L.Parker 2 I.Heeney 1 D.Hannebery
    Bob Skilton Medal: Heeney 45, Parker 45, Hannebery 43

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 20
    29 RWO members voted, 12 players polled

    Isaac Heeney 5
    Luke Parker 4
    Dan Hannebery 3
    Dane Rampe 2
    Josh Kennedy 2

    Leaderboard after 20 rounds
    Parker moves back into second

    Dan Hannebery - 46
    Luke Parker - 35
    Josh Kennedy - 34
    Lance Franklin - 28
    Dane Rampe - 27

    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 19
    Heath Grundy - 12
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Gary Rohan - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Callum Mills - 4
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Aliir Aliir - 2
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 21, August 13th, 7:25pm Sydney Swans 23.8 (146) defeat St Kilda Saints 11.10 (76) at Etihad Stadium

    AFL match report: St Kilda Vs Sydney Swans - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: St Kilda v Sydney Swans - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Rnd 21. MDT. St Kilda V Sydney. ES , 7:25pm

    In brief
    Swans by 70 points against a young Saints side showing impressive form.
    Four back-to-back wins for the Swans, the past three of which are at an average 75 point margin.
    Saints well in it at half time, but are blown away with 15 second-half Swans goals to the Saints' four.
    Parker and Hannebery run riot in the midfield - 70 disposals, four goals between them.
    Buddy stars with six goals - three in the third term - 28 disposals (10 contested) and four tackles.


    Saints 5.0 7.5 9.8 11.10 (76)
    Sydney Swans 4.1 8.4 16.7 23.8 (146)

    GOALS
    Saints: McCartin 2, Membrey, Riewoldt, Gresham, Weller, Acres, Wright, Montagna, Newnes, Dempster
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 6, Papley 3, Parker 3, X.Richards 3, Heeney, Jack, Hannebery, Naismith, Nankervis, Kennedy, Hewitt, McVeigh

    Brownlow: 3 L.Parker 2 L.Franklin 1 D.Hannebery
    Bob Skilton Medal: Franklin 50, Hannebery 45, Parker 45

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 21
    35 RWO members voted, 13 players polled

    Lance Franklin 5
    Luke Parker 4
    Dan Hannebery 3
    Josh Kennedy 2
    Callum Mills 1

    Leaderboard after 21 rounds
    No change

    Dan Hannebery - 49
    Luke Parker - 39
    Josh Kennedy - 36
    Lance Franklin - 33
    Dane Rampe - 27

    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 19
    Heath Grundy - 12
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Gary Rohan - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Callum Mills - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Aliir Aliir - 2
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 22, August 20th, 1:45pm Sydney Swans 12.13 (85) defeat North Melbourne Kangaroos 10.16 (76) at Blundstone Arena

    AFL match report: North Melbourne Vs Sydney Swans - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: North Melbourne v Sydney Swans - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Match Thread Rnd 22 Swans v Kangaroos Aug 20 Hobart

    In brief
    Swans by 9 points in a surging contest.
    Swans notch five wins in a row.
    Roos second-half push fails to overcome a spirited Callum Mills.
    Injury scare to Buddy.
    Elsewhere, the Hammer of Justice falls on the Hawks, who plummet from first to fourth in just one round after a loss to the Eagles, while the Swans claim their spot at the top of the AFL ladder.

    Roos 3.4 4.8 9.13 10.16 (76)
    Sydney Swans 5.4 6.8 11.9 12.13 (85)

    GOALS
    Roos: Harvey 3, Dal Santo 2, Brown 2, Petrie, Goldstein, McKenzie,
    Sydney Swans: Rohan 2, McVeigh 2, Hannebery 2, Hewett, Papley, Lloyd, Heeney, Kennedy, McGlynn

    Brownlow: 3 D.Hannebery 2 J.Kennedy 1 B.Harvey
    Bob Skilton Medal: Mills 45, Hannebery 40, Parker 40

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 22
    33 RWO members voted, 11 players polled

    Dan Hannebery 5
    Callum Mills 4
    Luke Parker 3
    Josh Kennedy 2
    Heath Grundy 1

    Leaderboard after 22 rounds
    No change

    Dan Hannebery - 54
    Luke Parker - 42
    Josh Kennedy - 38
    Lance Franklin - 33
    Dane Rampe - 27

    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 19
    Heath Grundy - 13
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Mills - 9
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Gary Rohan - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Aliir Aliir - 2
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Round 23, August 27th, 4:35pm Sydney Swans 25.14 (164) defeat Richmond Tigers 7.9 (51) at the SCG

    AFL match report: Sydney Swans Vs Richmond - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v Richmond - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Match Thread Rd 22 Sydney v Richmond SCG Sat 27 August

    In brief
    "Sydney are playing witches hats".........Swans lock in minor premiership with 113-point utter demolition of the Tigers.
    137-14 The score at the 24:42 mark of the third quarter.
    Swans notch six wins in a row, building momentum into the finals.
    Season wins - 17, on par with 2014 record.
    Stand-out game for Ben McGlynn with 20 disposals, 10 marks and five goals.

    Sydney Swans 5.6 14.9 22.11 25.14 (164)
    Tigers 0.5 1.6 2.8 7.9 (51)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 7, McGlynn 5, Rohan 4, Hewett 2, Kennedy 2, Mitchell, Parker, Heeney, Jack, Richards
    Tigers: Cotchin 3, Hampson, Riewoldt, Lloyd, Edwards

    Brownlow: 3 L.Franklin 2 L.Parker 1 B.McGlynn
    Bob Skilton Medal: Franklin 50, Kennedy 45, McGlynn 45

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Round 23
    26 RWO members voted, 14 players polled

    Lance Franklin 5
    Josh Kennedy 4
    Ben McGlynn 3
    Luke Parker 2
    Gary Rohan 1
    Dan Hannebery 1

    Leaderboard after 23 rounds
    No change to top five. Ben McGlynn polls for the first time

    Dan Hannebery - 55
    Luke Parker - 44
    Josh Kennedy - 42
    Lance Franklin - 38
    Dane Rampe - 27

    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 19
    Heath Grundy - 13
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Mills - 9
    Gary Rohan - 7
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Ben McGlynn - 3
    Aliir Aliir - 2
    Zak Jones - 1

    This is the end of the home and away season. Finals count next.
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    Finals week one, Qualifying Final, September 10th 3:20pm, GWS Giants 12.19 (91) defeat Sydney Swans 7.13 (55) at ANZ Stadium

    AFL match report: Sydney Swans Vs GWS Giants - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v GWS - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Match Thread 1st QF Swans v Giants
    What I said: @@@@ you Stevie @@@@ing Jay and Shane Scumford you @@@@ing @@@@sticks!

    In brief
    Sydney go down to GWS by 36 points.
    Giants physical on and off the ball, miring the game in controversy.
    Aliir Aliir best in defence, Hannebery dominates the midfield.
    Swans out-tackled in a hard contest.
    Injuries aplenty - Mills exits with a hammy, Kennedy and Tippett in early concussion scares. Tippett post-match scans reveal jaw fracture.
    Stevie J later receives a one match ban for rough conduct, ruling him out of a prelim final. Mumford cleared, MRP arguing Tippett's head did not contact the ground. *See MRP notes below
    Twitter is outraged, with one user, @ImogenDunlevie fixing the Swans 2012 Grand Final photo:

    Fixed grand final photo.jpg

    Sydney Swans 3.3 5.7 6.10 7.13 (55)
    GWS 3.4 5.9 9.13 12.19 (91)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Papley 2, Jack 2, Hewett, Kennedy, McGlynn
    GWS: Cameron 4, Greene 2, Scully 2, Smith, Whitfield, Coniglio, Ward

    Brownlow: N/A, winner was P.Dangerfield (GEELONG)
    Bob Skilton Medal: Grundy 41, Kennedy 35, Smith 33

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Qualifying Final
    16 RWO members voted, 10 players polled

    Dan Hannebery 5
    Aliir Aliir 4
    Heath Grundy 3
    Josh Kennedy 2
    Lance Franklin 1

    Leaderboard after Qualifying Final
    No change to top five, though Kennedy draws even with Parker on second. Aliir Aliir polls strongly this round

    Dan Hannebery - 60
    Luke Parker - 44
    Josh Kennedy - 44
    Lance Franklin - 39
    Dane Rampe - 27

    PROVISIONAL: Dan Hannebery now holds enough votes to win the Troy Luff Medal for the 2016 Season.

    Then:
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Isaac Heeney - 19
    Heath Grundy - 16
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Mills - 9
    Gary Rohan - 7
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Aliir Aliir - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Tom Papley - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Ben McGlynn - 3
    Zak Jones - 1

    MRP notes (in pictures)

    MRP: "His head does not hit the ground at any stage during the tackle"
    Screen Shot 2016-09-12 at 5.25.12 PM.jpg

    MRP: Rough conduct
    Johnson hit.jpg
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    Dan, that's a hilarious (and accurate) writeup of the QF!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meg View Post
    Dan, that's a hilarious (and accurate) writeup of the QF!
    Thanks Meg!!
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    Finals week two, Semi Final, September 17th 7:25pm, Sydney Swans 18.10 (118) defeat Adelaide Crows 12.10 (82) at the SCG

    AFL match report: Sydney Swans Vs Adelaide Crows - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Sydney Swans v Adelaide - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Match Thread First Semi Final: Swans v Crows

    In brief
    Sydney moves into a preliminary final with a 36-point win.
    Win is overshadowed by injuries to McVeigh and Rohan.
    Kennedy dominates the midfield, with 42 disposals, 10 clearances and eight marks.
    Heeney sets his own claim on a future in the midfield, with 32 disposals and nine marks (two contested).
    Papley-Franklin duo nets four goals apiece.
    Nick Smith shuts down Eddie early, keeping the Crows superstar to just eight touches.

    Sydney Swans 7.3 10.5 12.9 18.10 (118)
    Crows 3.2 4.4 8.9 12.10 (82)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Franklin 4, Papley 4, McGlynn 3, X. Richards 2, Rohan, Parker, Hannebery, Mitchell, Heeney
    Crows: Betts 3, Cameron 2, Lynch 2,Walker 2, McGovern 2, Thompson

    Brownlow: N/A, winner was P.Dangerfield (GEELONG)
    Bob Skilton Medal: Smith 48, Franklin 45, Kennedy 45

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Semi Final
    25 RWO members voted, 12 players polled

    Josh Kennedy 5
    Isaac Heeney 4
    Nick Smith 3
    Lance Franklin 2
    Tom Papley 1
    Dan Hannebery 1

    Leaderboard after Semi Final
    Josh Kennedy moves up into second. Nick Smith polls for the first time

    Dan Hannebery - 61
    Josh Kennedy - 49
    Luke Parker - 44
    Lance Franklin - 41
    Dane Rampe - 27

    PROVISIONAL: Dan Hannebery now holds enough votes to win the Troy Luff Medal for the 2016 Season.

    Then:
    Isaac Heeney - 23
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Heath Grundy - 16
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Mills - 9
    Gary Rohan - 7
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Aliir Aliir - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Tom Papley - 4
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Ben McGlynn - 3
    Nick Smith - 3
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Finals week three, Preliminary Final, September 23rd 7:50pm, Sydney Swans 15.7 (97) defeat Geelong Cats 8.12 (60) at the MCG

    AFL match report: http://www.afl.com.au/match-centre/2016/26/geel-v-syd
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: Geelong v Sydney Swans - AFL.com.au
    What you said: Match Day Thread. Prelim Final. Geelong V Swans. MCG 7.50

    In brief
    Sydney books their third Grand Final place in five years with a 37-point win.
    Seven-goal to zip first quarter sets a finals record for the Swans, and an ominous tone for the Cats.
    Heeney on fire with 28 disposals, six clearances and a goal. Papley proves himself again with three goals. Kieren Jack ferocious in the contest with 13 tackles.
    Gil gets one up on Agassi and gets him to the game: Gillon McLachlan riled Andre Agassi with cutting sledge before Swans vs Geelong
    RWO member janem offers the pundits a reminder of just how wrong they were in their season predictions:

    Pundits get it wrong.jpg


    Cats 0.5 2.8 7.10 8.12 (60)
    Sydney Swans 7.2 11.3 14.4 15.7 (97)

    GOALS
    Cats: Taylor 2, Hawkins, Bartel, Selwood, Caddy, Dangerfield, Stanley
    Sydney Swans: Papley 3, Parker 2, Tippett 2, Franklin 2, Rohan 2, McGlynn, Heeney, Richards, Naismith

    Brownlow: N/A, winner was P.Dangerfield (GEELONG)
    Bob Skilton Medal: Rampe 45, Franklin 45, Mitchell 45

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Preliminary Final
    24 RWO members voted, 14 players polled

    Isaac Heeney 5
    Lance Franklin 4
    Dane Rampe 3
    Tom Papley 2
    Gary Rohan 1

    Leaderboard after Preliminary Final
    Lance Franklin moves up into third. Heeney edges closer to a top five finish. Papley polls two games in a row

    Dan Hannebery - 61
    Josh Kennedy - 49
    Lance Franklin - 45
    Luke Parker - 44
    Dane Rampe - 30

    PROVISIONAL: Dan Hannebery now holds enough votes to win the Troy Luff Medal for the 2016 Season.

    Then:
    Isaac Heeney - 28
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 19
    Heath Grundy - 16
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Mills - 9
    Gary Rohan - 8
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Aliir Aliir - 6
    Tom Papley - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Ben McGlynn - 3
    Nick Smith - 3
    Zak Jones - 1
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    Ok folks, the TLM winner, runner ups and Grand Final review will be published on Tuesday night. Some positions could still change and the winner is provisional until scores are re-checked. Until then, please take time to enjoy the review. Any errors, typos etc, please advise.

    Update: I've added the Bob Skilton Medal results to each round. Thanks Meg for helping out with this.
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    Finals week four, 2016 AFL Grand Final, October 1st 2:30pm, Western Bulldogs 13.11 (89) defeat Sydney Swans 10.7 (67) at the MCG

    AFL match report: Sydney Swans Vs Western Bulldogs - Match Centre - AFL.com.au
    Watch the highlights: Highlights: 2016 AFL Grand Final - AFL.com.au
    What you said: G.F. Day Thread. Sydney V Western Bulldogs. MCG 2.30pm.

    In brief
    Sydney goes down to the Dogs by 22 points.
    62-year Premiership drought broken, first time a team has won from seventh.
    Kennedy BoG for the Swans, with 34 disposals and three goals. Rampe and Grundy best in defence.
    Swans close to within a point twicve in the final quarter, only to go down from the boot of Liam Picken.
    Her Majesty reacts to the 8-20 free kick count against the Swans

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    Sydney Swans 1.2 7.3 8.5 10.7 (67)
    Bulldogs 2.0 7.1 9.7 13.11 (89)

    GOALS
    Sydney Swans: Kennedy 3, Mitchell 2, Parker, N. Smith, Rohan, Franklin, Hewett
    Cats: T. Boyd 3, Dickson 3, Picken 3, Cordy, McLean, C. Smith, Stringer

    Brownlow: N/A, winner was P.Dangerfield (GEELONG)
    Bob Skilton Medal: Kennedy 50, Grundy 45, Mitchell 40

    Troy Luff Medal votes for Grand Final
    21 RWO members voted, 11 players polled

    Josh Kennedy 5
    Heath Grundy 4
    Dane Rampe 3
    Tom Mitchell 2
    Sam Naismith 1 (polls for the first time)

    Final leaderboard
    Dan Hannebery is the winner of the 2016 RedandWhiteOnline Troy Luff Medal

    Final tally:
    Dan Hannebery - 61
    Josh Kennedy - 54
    Lance Franklin - 45
    Luke Parker - 44
    Dane Rampe - 33

    Then:
    Isaac Heeney - 28
    Kurt Tippett - 22
    Tom Mitchell - 21
    Heath Grundy - 20
    Kieren Jack - 10
    Callum Mills - 9
    Gary Rohan - 8
    Callum Sinclair - 6
    Aliir Aliir - 6
    Tom Papley - 6
    Ted Richards - 5
    Jarrad McVeigh - 5
    Jake Lloyd - 3
    Dean Towers - 3
    Ben McGlynn - 3
    Nick Smith - 3
    Zak Jones - 1
    Sam Naismith - 1

    2016 Bob Skilton Medal
    Bob Skilton Medallist: Josh Kennedy
    Runner Up: Dan Hannebery
    Third Placegetter: Heath Grundy


    A small moment to share with you from our GF day
    In the week ahead of the Grand Final, I decided to make contact with our rivals, the woofers, over at Whitten Oval Online Forum to wish them well. I found them in the midst of a frantic search for tickets. The owner, BT, had rallied the forum to ensure tickets for every member who had missed out, under the banner 'leave no woofer behind'. It was quite an effort - roll calls 2-3 times a day, ticket swaps to get friends/family together. They managed to pull it off by the Wednesday - everyone active of their forum got a ticket. We met before the game to share a few beers. For us, this, and the good spirit the Doggies supporters brought to the finals series, took a bit of the edge of a pretty depressing loss. Put the Hawthorn supporters of 2014 and 2012, and to a lesser extent the Eagles supporters of 2005 and 2006 to shame.

    And I guess we waited 72 years, they waited 62 years. Here are the guys from WOOF, me in the middle, BT (who runs woof) to my left.

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