Hosts the Netherlands were crowned the first Under-19 World Korfball Championship winners as they beat Belgium in a dramatic final in Leuwarden.
Victor Entken scored the decisive goal as the Dutch team emerged with a 19-18 victory following a topsy-turvy contest at sportcentre 't Kalverdijkje.
The scores were locked at 15-15 until Marvin Piepers scored a penalty shot, before Jacco Boonstra extended The Netherlands' lead.
Tibo Dujardin's long-range effort moved Belgium back to within one but Jimmy Swikker restored the two-goal advantage for the Dutch.
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There was still more drama to come as quick-fire efforts from Raf de Ryck and Arne van Damme levelled the scores at 18-18 before Entken won it at the death for the host nation.
Chinese Taipei ended the tournament on a high following the disappointment of losing in the semi-finals as they defeated Germany in the third-place play off.
The Asian side proved too strong for Germany, recording a 20-12 win to claim third spot on the podium.
England beat Portugal 15-8 to finish fifth and the Czech Republic overcame Hungary 8-4 to take seventh place.