Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World

In the 1990’s Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Australia shocked the world after winning World Cup. Before that, all the World Cup-winning team was underdogs country. And later the whole 2000s cricket was dominated by Australia.

They managed to make it possible because their team management, players’ skill development, etc was better than any other team and all that happen because of having a good coach on the team. 

So, you see skills are important but to perform the skill accurately a team needs a coach. We see many great coaches since the development of modern cricket. Here is the list of the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World.

1. John Buchanan

John Buchanan 

Name  John Buchanan
Date of Birth  5 April 1953
Birth Place  Australia
Current Age  70
Occupation  Cricketer, Coach
Net Worth  4.5 million dollars 
Height  6 ft 5 in
Weight  227 lbs
Ethnicity  Scottish 
Eye Color  Not Available 
Gender Male

John Buchanan is widely considered the world’s best cricket coach of all time. He was a first-class coach for Queensland for a short period and later became the world’s most prominent coach figure. Buchanan is highly praised for his time with the Australian national team.

Buchanan was the coach of the Australian National Team when the world’s best cricket captain Ricky Ponting was in charge of the team. Maintaining a such high-quality team is a difficult task for anyone. However, Buchanan managed to pull that off easily and made it to the World Cup victories in 2003 and 2007 with team Australia.

Buchanan was also in charge of the Kolkata Knight Riders and the Indian Premier League. He brought enormous success to these teams as well. Buchanan got a funny nickname “Ned Flanders”. He got this name because of having similarity with “The Simpsons” character.


Buchanan’s early playing career started with Queensland. He played for them in the 1978-1979 season as a first-class cricketer.  Buchanan appeared in 7 matches and scored 160 runs. He also played league cricket games for England.

Buchanan’s coaching career started with the English team Oldham in Central Lancashire League. He also coached the Cambridgeshire in Minor Counties in 1978 and 1979. Buchanan brought the trophy for Oldham in League and Cup double in 1979. This was the first trophy won by Oldham in the last 40 years.

Before attending as Australia’s head coach Buchanan coached Queensland for five years. At that time Queensland won Sheffield Shield and the two-time Mercantile Mutual Cup. Buchanan was also in charge of Middlesex in 1998.

Buchanan’s career with the Australian national team started in 1999. He replaced Geoff Marsh for the head coach position. Buchanan was considered unlucky as he haven’t played test cricket like his predecessors, Marsh and Bob Simpson.

Buchanan impressed everyone with his early work with the Australian team. Under his coaching time at that point, Australia won 15 games from 15 games played. However, Buchanan has faced huge criticism too.

People were saying the reasons behind the success of Buchanan is not his talent but players like Ian Chappell, Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne, and others are just good players and Buchanan happened to be coaching them by chance.

Buchanan confirmed his retirement from the Australian team in mid-2006 and it was said at that time he may go to the Indian cricket team. However, after retirement, Buchanan started working as the Ambassador for Cricket Coaches in Australia. 

Later,  Buchanan coached the Kolkata Knight Riders. He worked as a consultant in the 2010–11 Ashes series for England. Buchanan was also appointed to the Director of Cricket role for New Zealand cricket.


  • Won the 2003 South Africa World Cup with Australia.
  • Won the 2007 West Indies World Cup with Australia.
  • Won the 2006 India Champions Trophy with Australia.

Controversy and Fun Fact

Sunil Gavaskar raised an accusation against Buchanan for being a racist coach. Later in 2009, June Buchanan was fired from the KKR for poor performance.

2. Bob Woolmer

Bob Woolmer 

Name  Bob Woolmer
Date of Birth  14 May 1948
Birth Place  Kanpur, United Provinces, India
Current Age  70
Occupation  Cricketer, Coach 
Net Worth  5 million dollars 
Height  6 ft 0 in
Weight  80 kj 
Ethnicity  Indian 
Eye Color  Not Available 
Gender Male

Bob Woolmer is an English former cricketer and one of the most renowned coaches of all time. Woolmer first started his coaching journey with Warwickshire County Cricket Club in 1991. In 1993, Woolmer won the Natwest Trophy with the team.

He started his coaching job with the South African national cricket team in 1994. The South African national team won 10 out of 15 test series under Woolmer’s observation.

Woolmer earned the most fame and became the world’s most significant coach after he join the Pakistan Cricket team. He started to work for Pakistan in 2004 and the team won the ODI series against India on the return tour 4-2 right after Woolmer joined Pakistan. He was awarded Pakistan’s highest civil award “Sitara-e-Imtiaz” for his outstanding contribution to the Pakistan cricket team.


Woolmer first playing career started with the county cricket Kent team. He was an all-rounder for the Kent team. In 1975, Woolmer got into the England test team as an all-rounder. On his first tour, Woolmer visit Australia and earned a hat trick with his fast-medium bowling. Woolmer wasn’t called into the field after his first match. He finally appeared in the final and scored 146 runs while batting in five numbers.

Woolmer regularly appeared for the England ODI team from 1972-76. After that, he again moved back to Kent. There Woolmer won County Championship, and Benson and Hedges Cup in 1978, he also became the man of the match in the final.

Woolmer went to retirement from professional cricket as a player in 1984. After that, he went to South Africa to pursue his coaching career. There Woolmer first started his coaching career with the high school cricket and hockey team.

Woolmer returned to England in 1987 to coach the second eleven at Kent. He soon moved to the Warwickshire County Cricket Club in 1991. The team won Natwest Trophy in 1993, won three trophies out of four championships in the next year, and won the Natwest and County Championship in 1995 under the observation of Woolmer.

Woolmer was appointed as the head coach of South Africa in 1994. In the beginning, his team faced a huge loss against Pakistan, losing all six games. Later, Woolmer changed history and South Africa won 10 test series out of 15.


Led the South Africa team to the 1998 ICC Knockout Trophy championship.

Fun Fact and Controversy

Woolmer is thought to be the only person in the world to who witness both Brian Lara’s 501 not-out runs against Durham in 1994 and 1958 Hanif Mohammad’s 499 runs in Karachi.

3. Gary Kirsten

Gary Kirsten 

Name  Gary Kirsten
Date of Birth  23 November 1967
Birth Place  Australian
Current Age  55
Occupation  Cricketer 
Net Worth  10 million dollars 
Height  Not Available 
Weight  Not Available 
Ethnicity  South African 
Eye Color  Not Available 
Gender Male

Whoever makes a list of the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World, Gary Kristen’s name will always come up in the top selection. Kirsten made an amazing career both as a player and as a coach which is rare in history.

Kirsten became a well-known player because of his outstanding performance for the team in South Africa. In a single inning one day international Kirsten holds the highest run record of 188 not out by any South African.

After a shining playing career, Kirsten went to India for pursuing a career in coaching. He brought the team 2011 ICC World Cup, and the 2009 Compaq Cup and he took the team to the 2008 Asia Cup and Kitply Cup.

S. Dhoni most successful cricket captain of all time said about Kirsten, “Kirsten is the best thing ever to happen to Indian Cricket.”


Kirsten test match debut took place in 1993 against Australia. He is the first Protea to play 100 test matches and then went to retirement international cricket in 2004.

Kirsten soon earned a name for himself as a sturdy batsman in both Test cricket and Day cricket. He was the most runs and centuries soccer South African in test cricket till the record was broken by Jacques Kallis.

Kirsten became the first man to score centuries in test games against all other 9 test cricket nations.

Kirsten went retirement on November 2007, he then appeared as a candidate for the vacant coach post of the Indian team. On December 4, Kirsten confirmed his job with the Indian cricket team, he was appointed for the post with two years contract. Kristen took the job concerned that the team won’t fully support him.

On March 1, 2008, Kirsten started his coaching journey with team India. His first tour with India was against his home country. India and South Africa drew the series by 1-1.

In the same year 2008, Kirsten helped the team to reach the final of the Kitply Cup and 2008 Asia Cup. However, India lost both tournaments in the final.

During his time in India, India beat Australia in a home series by 2-0. He coached India to get victory over Sri Lanka. Under Kirsten’s observation, India won the test and one international series against New Zealand after 40 years.

On 14 September 2009, India beat Sri Lanka by 46 runs to win the Compaq Cup.

At the begging of 2011, Kirsten said that he won’t renew his contract with the BCCI cause of a family promise. He said that he has been out of home for a long time and wants to spend time with his sons. After the 2011 Cricket World Cup, Kirsten returned to South Africa. India Won that world cup championship.


  • Kirsten made India number one ranked in test cricket. 
  • India won the 2011 Cricket World Cup with Kirsten as their coach.

4. John Wright

John Wright

Name  John Wright
Date of Birth  5 July 1954
Birth Place  Darfield, New Zealand
Current Age  68
Occupation  Cricketer, Coach
Net Worth  5 million dollars 
Height  6 ft 0 in
Weight  89 kj
Ethnicity  New Zealander 
Eye Color  Not Available 
Gender Male

There are only a few cricketers who made legendary careers in both coaching and playground. John Wright is among one the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World who became successful as a coach and also as a player.

Wright was one of the most significant players in New Zealand. He used to be known as the “Shake”. Wright got this nickname cause of his enormous success as the New Zealand opening batsman.

After retiring from professional cricket Wright first started his career with Kent Country Club cricket. Soon he got appointed to the Indian National Cricket Team.

During Wright’s time with India, India’s team improved a lot. Wright made the team one of the strongest teams of that era.  Under the supervision of Wright, India reached the final of the ICC 2003 Cricket World Cup. Later, Wright works with the New Zealand national cricket team from 2010 to 2012, and in 2013 he was the head coach of the IPL team Mumbai Indians.


Wright was the opening batsman for New Zealand. He and Bruce Edgar formed New Zealand’s arguably best reliable opening partnership.

After retiring from cricket Wright worked in the sales marketing sector for like years. Then Wright joined the Kent country cricket club as a coach.

Wright moved to India from Kent as India’s cricket team head coach in 2000. All of India’s players improved a lot during his time with the team.

Wright’s one of biggest successes with the team was the home Test series win against Australia by 2-1. In that match, VVS Laxman made 281 runs not out, the Test series is known as the historic Kolkata test series.

In the 2003-04 season, Wright coached the team to get victory over arch-rivals Pakistan.

In the 2003 ICC World Cup India made it to the final under Wright’s observations. However, the next two years didn’t go well for Wright. India lost a couple of significant series.

In 2005, former Australian skipper Greg Chappell took over the responsibility from Wright.

Five years later in 2010, Wright once again became head coach, and this time he got the in his home country New Zealand replacing Mark Greatbatch. Wright continued coaching New Zealand till 2012. The team won a significant victory against West Indies during Wright’s time.

New Zealand cricket was familiar to Wright and it was keen for him. However, he didn’t want to continue here cause Wright got some problems with John Buchanan who was the Director of Cricket for New Zealand Cricket at that time.

After leaving New Zealand, Wright started working with the IPL team Mumbai Indians in 2013. Mumbai Indians won that edition and Wright continued coaching the team for the next seven years.

Controversy and Fun Fact

Wright is the second man in history to earn 8 runs in one ball. It happened in a test match against Australia. Collect four runs from running and the other four from overthrow.

5. Dav Whatmore

Dav Whatmore

Name  Davenell Frederick Whatmore
Date of Birth  16 March 1954
Birth Place  Colombo, Dominion of Ceylon
Current Age  69
Occupation  Cricketer, Coach 
Net Worth  8 million dollars 
Height  173 cm
Weight  75 kj 
Ethnicity  Sri Lankan 
Eye Color  Not Available 
Gender Male

Dav Whatmore is one of the most talented coaches of all time. His career began as an Australian player. Though,  Whatmore has a very short international playing career. He appeared in only 7 Tests and 1 ODI.

Whatmore coaching career started in Sri Lanka where he made an impossible task possible. Whatmore stayed with team Sri Lanka for two years. At that time Sri Lanka was a very poor team. However, Whatmore coached the team to reach the final of the ICC World Cup 1996 and won the tournament. This world cup made Sri Lanka famous in the cricket world.

After Sri Lanka, Whatmore was appointed to coach Bangladesh national cricket team. He looked after Bangladesh cricket from 2003 to 2007. During Whatmore’s time in Bangladesh, the team won their first-ever Test match in 2005.

Whatmore served in Pakistan national cricket from 2012 to 2014 before Moin Khan took over his job. Pakistan won the 2012 Asia world cup under Whatmore observation.


In the 1975-76 season, Whatmore made his first-class playing debut with Derek Robins. He made it with the Victorian team at the end of that season. By the next season, Whatmore became an important player on the team and was appointed in the vice-captain role under Graham Yallop.

Whatmore first scored his century against South Australia and in the next match he again made a century against New South Wales.

When Whatmore did a century against Queensland, that give him a pass to play for Australia. He replaced Peter Toohey to play against Pakistan.

Whatmore was selected in the 1979 World Cup Australian squad. He also appeared in the 1979 India tour games.

Whatmore retired from professional first-class cricket in the 1988-89 season. His coaching career started in Sri Lanka where he coached them in two spells. At that time, Sri Lanka was a small raising team, and in the first spells, Sri Lanka won the 1996 Cricket World Cup with Whatmore’s coaching. Whatmore potential to be among the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World started from here.

In between those times, Whatmore coached Lancashire and in 1998 he won the National League and NatWest Trophy cup. In the next year, he again won the National League Cup in 1999.

Whatmore’s next coaching team was Bangladesh where he worked from 2003-2007. Bangladesh first started to get success after Whatmore join with them. They occasionally beat many big teams and surprised everyone and all this came from a team that barely wins a match.

In 2005 Bangladesh won its very first Test cricket match while being coached under Whatmore. The wheel of success didn’t stop there, and Bangladesh beat top-ranked Australia at the end of that season.

During Whatmore’s time with Bangladesh, he beat the 2007 World Cup top-ranked team South Africa and India to reach the Super 8 stage.

After Bangladesh, Whatmore went to IPL coaching where to worked with the team Kolkata Knight Riders from 2010 to 2011. In 2010, they finished in 5th, and in 2011 KKR reached the knockout stage.


  • Whatmore coached Sri Lanka to win the 1996 ICC World Cup.
  • With Lancashire Whatmore won National League (1998, 1999), and the NatWest Trophy Cup (1998).

6. Duncan Fletcher

Duncan Fletcher 

Name  Duncan Fletcher
Date of Birth  27 September 1948 
Birth Place  Australia
Current Age  74
Occupation  Cricketer
Net Worth  2 million dollars 
Height  Not Available 
Weight  Not Available 
Ethnicity  Rhodesian
Eye Color  Not Available 
Gender Male

Duncan Fletcher is one of the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World to whom modern cricket will always be in debt. His cricket journey started in Zimbabwe. He was the team’s best weapon to beat opponents. In the 1982 ICC Trophy, Fletcher led his team to the championship.

After going to retire from first-class cricket, Fletcher’s international coaching career began with the England National Cricket team. He served England from 1999 to 2007 and during his time in England, the team made radical changes.

Fletcher’s most notable victory with England was winning the 2005 Ashes Series. England won that trophy after 18 years. He brought the team Commonwealth Bank Series Cup in 2007.

In 2011, Fletcher started coaching the Indian National Cricket team. He was in charge of that position till 2015. During his time with India, the team won 8 international series, and also the 2013 Championship Trophy.


After retiring from playing cricket, Fletcher’s first coaching career started with Western Province and Glamorgan.

He was appointed as the head coach of England in 1999.

From 2000 to 2004, the Fletcher team won a series of victories against Sri Lanka, Pakistan, the West Indies, and South Africa.

In 2004, England won 8 consecutive test matches during Fletcher’s time which is a record for the English team.

In 2005, Fletcher removed England’s winning drought of 18 years of the Ashes Series.

England was having a great time in Test cricket but their Fletcher failed to bring any significant change in one-day matches. His notable success in one day with team England arrived three months before his leaving the team against Australia in the 2007 Commonwealth Bank Series.

Fletcher went to retire from England’s head coach position in 2007 saying he is going to coach rugby team, rugby is his passion, he would rather watch rugby than cricket.


  • Won the 1982 ICC Trophy with Zimbabwe.
  • Fletcher won the Order of The British Empire in 2005.

7. Trevor Bayliss

Trevor Bayliss 

Name  Trevor Harley Bayliss
Date of Birth  21 December 1962
Birth Place  Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia
Current Age  60
Occupation  Cricketer, Coach 
Net Worth  12 million dollars 
Height  Not Available 
Weight  Not Available 
Ethnicity  Not Available 
Eye Color  Not Available 
Gender Male

If there is any perfect example of the best cricket coach then you can set Trevor Bayliss as the icon. Where he goes, he managed to bring the team enormous success. Bayliss secrets behind becoming the best coach are he always brings out the best in a player. He made the player believe in his work and grow their confidence.

Bayliss coached for many teams including New South Wales, Sri Lanka, Sydney Sixers, Kolkata Knight Riders, England, Punjab Kings, and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Bayliss got the most success during his time with England.

The 2015 ICC World Cup was a horrible nightmare for England. They were the host country unfortunately eliminated from the group stage match by Bangladesh. Following that shameful event, Bayliss was appointed as the head coach of England to rescue the team.

Bayliss coached England from 2015 to 2019. He brought the team, the most prestigious cricket trophy ICC World Cup in 2019.


After went retiring from playing cricket career, Bayliss first started to work as a development officer of the New South Wales Cricket Association later he was appointed as the NSW second XI head coach.

In 2007, Bayliss was appointed as the head coach of Sri Lanka. His first tournament with the team was the 2007 T20 World Cup. They won both the first two matches but were eliminated from the Super 8 stages.

In 2008, Sri Lanka won 2–1 in a three-match series against India and also won every 5 matches ODI series against Zimbabwe.

After the 2011 World Cup, Bayliss moved to Australia to coach Sydney Sixers. He coached the team from 2011 to 2015.

Following his success with the Sydney Sixers, Bayliss started to look after KKR too from 2012 to 2014.

In 2015, England’s cricket team announced Bayliss as their new head coach. He served as England’s head coach from 2015 to 2019 and brought enormous success to the team.

8. Mike Hesson

Mike Hesson 

Name  Michael James Hesson
Date of Birth  30 October 1974
Birth Place  Dunedin, New Zealand
Current Age  48
Occupation  Coach
Net Worth  5 million dollars 
Height  6 feet and 2 inches
Weight  72 kg
Ethnicity  New Zealand 
Eye Color  Slightly grey eyes
Gender Male

Mike Hesson started his coaching career at a young age when he was only 22 years old. In time, Hesson became the world’s number-one cricket coach. Today’s modern cricket considers him among the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World.

Hesson’s journey begins with the Otago Cricket Club in 1996. He became the head coach of the Kenya National Cricket Team in 2011. However, Hesson resigned from the post in 2012 citing that he and his family are concerned about their security here.

After leaving Kenya, Hesson started his next coaching job at the New Zealand National Team. He coached the team from 2012 to 2018. During that time New Zealand team won many tournaments and improved their overall performance.

Before joining Kenya, Hesson was in charge of the Argentina National Cricket Team. He joined the team in 2003 and stayed there for eight months. During his time the South American team managed to win three games after 31 consecutive losses.


Right after Hesson join the BlackCaps he faced huge criticism for suggesting handing over the captaincy to Brendon McCullum from Ross Taylor. Even after that incident, Hesson managed to maintain a very good relationship with Taylor. And after all the result was good, New Zealand won England and South Africa away series and beat West Indies and India at home filed.

One of Hesson’s biggest talents that changed the then-New Zealand team completely is Hesson could pick really good players from the domestic field for the international tour. That helped the team to reach the 2015 Cricket World Cup final.

Hesson’s period in New Zealand was from August 2012 to April 2018. At that time, New Zealand played 53 Tests, won 21, lost 19, and drew 13.

During Hesson’s time with the BlackCaps, they played 112 One Day International and recorded 65 wins, 46 losses, and a tie.

Hesson coached New Zealand for the longest period of time. He build up a reputation for himself being calm, and was a brilliant man-manager coach. His contract deadline with New Zealand was the 2019 Cricket World Cup. However, Hesson resigned from the post in 2018.

On January 3, 2019, Hesson joined the Sky Sports commentary team. There he worked for the home white ball series.


  • Reached the 2015 World Cup final with New Zealand.
  • Became coach representative of the International Cricket Council Cricket Committee.

9. Andy Flower

Andy Flower

Name  Andy Flower
Date of Birth  28 April 1968
Birth Place  Cape Town, Cape Province, South Africa
Current Age  54
Occupation  Cricketer
Net Worth  3 million dollars 
Height  5 ft 10 in
Weight  Not Available 
Ethnicity  Zimbabwean 
Eye Color  Blue
Gender Male

Andy Flower is a cricket legend of Zimbabwe. You could list him among the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World and in the top batsman list. Flower is the only Zimbabwean batsman who is in the top 100 ICC Batsman ranking. His position in the rank is 31. Flower was an amazing wicket keeper too and captained the Zimbabwe national cricket team.

Flower’s coaching career started in 2007 as England’s assistant coach. Two years later in 2009, he became the head coach of the England National Cricket Team.

Flower brought a huge change to the overall England team. He improved the quality of then every English player and bring out the best in them. During his time, England became one of the strongest teams ever. England team won the 2010 ICC World Cup T20 under Flower’s observation.


In 2007, Flower replaced Matthew Maynard for the England assistant coach post. His first tour with England and then head coach Peter Moores was to West Indies on May 17.

On 15 April 2009, Flower replaced Moores to take over the head coach position at England National Team.

England won the 2009 Ashes Series against Australia by two Test matches to one during Flower time. In the next year, under his supervision, the England team won the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 in West Indies.

Flower time, England became the number one ranked in Test Cricket on 13 August 2011.

Flower led England to another Ashes tournament victory in 2013. They beat Australia in a 3-0 test series.

Flower stepped down from his five years head coach position on 31 January 2014 and started working as the England and Wales Technical Director of Elite Coaching.


  • Awarded with Order of The British Empire in 2011.
  • Won ICC World Cup T20 in 2010 with England.
  • In 2011, Flower became the coach of the year in the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.

Controversy and Fun Facts

Flower and Henry Olonga wear black armbands in the 2003 Cricket World Cup to raise voices against the death of democracy in Zimbabwe. They had to leave the country for that. However,  both players were later settled in England.

10. Darren Lehmann

Darren Lehmann 

Name  Darren Scott Lehmann
Date of Birth  5 February 1970
Birth Place  Gawler, South Australia
Current Age  53
Occupation  Cricketer, Coach
Net Worth  4 million dollars 
Height  5 ft 9 in
Weight  85 kg
Ethnicity  German-Australian 
Eye Color  Blue 
Gender Male

Our last choice for the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World list is Darren Lehmann. Lehmann started his professional first-class cricket match with Australia. He appeared in 27 tests and 117 ODI matches for Australian National Team.

After retiring from first-class cricket, Lehmann began his coaching career with Australia Centre Excellence as an assistant coach in 2008. He showed amazing work there and then moved to IPL where coached from 2009 to 2012.


Deccan Chargers messed up with his first season with the Australia Centre of Excellence Lehmann took charge of the team.

Lehmann took the head coach position at Queensland after Trevor Barsby suddenly resign in 2010. Under Lehmann’s observation, the team won the 2010-11 season Sheffield Shiel Cup and the Australian domestic first-class cricket competition. At that time, Lehmann signed up a new coaching deal with Brisbane Heat.

In 2013, Lehmann was announced to be the head coach of IPL Kings XI Punjab. He got the job replacing Adam Gilchrist.

In 2013, Mickey Arthur made a very poor result with team Australia in the Champions Trophy. That caused him the head coach position and Lehmann’s started to work in his position in June 2013.

Lehmann’s first tour with Australia didn’t go well. They lost the Ashes series by 3-0. However, the Lehmann team later won the ODI series.

Controversy and Fun Facts

On 24 March 2018, on the third day of the third Test against South Africa there is been accusations raised against Australia for altering the conditions of the ball. Lehmann’s name came on the suspect list along with Cameron Bancroft, skipper Steve Smith, and vice-captain David Warner. Cricket Australia did an investigation and Lehmann’s name was removed from the ball-altering involvement accusations.


The world has seen so many great cricket coaches over time. But some coaches will always be remembered forever for their outstanding job. In the above, we have mentioned the Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches in the World. Some honorable mentioned are- Gary Stead, Mickey Arthur, Justin Langer, Stephen Fleming, Tom Moody, and others.

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