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 2014/06/06 14:08:55
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  1 SCHOOFS Bert 583            
  2 DILISSEN Daisy 212            
  3 SALDEN Danny 160            
  4 EKELMANS Annita 145            
  5 ZIELINSKA Ewa 130            
  6 JANS Jan 133            
  7 BOEY Anna 126            
  8 SNYDERS Davy 143            
  9 HERBOTS Marina 115            
  10 GUNS Glen 107            
  11 LESPOIX Melissa 118            
  12 JOOSTEN Leo 165            
  1 DE JONGE Brigitte 124            
  2 MARX Sam 87            
  3 VERBELEN Didier 69            
  4 VANANDEROYE Monique 83            
  5 HENDRIKX Pierre 116            
  6 JEURISSEN Gil 77            
  7 TIELENS Lowie 80            

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