Hungary are through to the semi-finals of the Women's Junior World Handball Championship after beating Romania in Debrecen today.
The home nation played a superb last 30 minutes to claim a 31-26 win at Fonix Hall.
Noémi Pásztor, Gréta Márton and Noémi Háfra top scored for the Hungarians with six goals each in a match which saw them recover from a 17-14 deficit at half-time.
Standing between Hungary and a place in the final are South Korea, who defeated defending champions Denmark 24-16.
The other semi-final pits Russia against Norway after the former overcame The Netherlands 28-26 and the latter edged France 27-26 after extra time.
There were also a number of play-off games played today with Croatia claiming a 36-23 win over Iceland in the battle for ninth place.
Brazil beat Sweden 21-18 in the 11th-place play-off, while Germany defeated Japan 23-22 in the 13th-place play-off and Slovenia overcame Montenegro 25-18 in the 15th-place play-off.
In the 17th-place play-off, Spain beat Portugal 32-28.
Angola defeated Chile 27-22 in the 19th-place play-off, while China overcame Paraguay 38-35 in the 21st-place play-off.
Following a rest day tomorrow, the semi-finals and fifth-to-eighth-place semi-finals are due to take place on Friday (July 13).