Dacia Amateur have won the penultimate place in the UEFA Regions' Cup finals after success in Croatia.
The Romanian side, who qualified for a place in Group 2 as the best runners-up from the two preliminary rounds, strode through to the finals of the competition - which will be held in Malopolska, Poland, in July - with three straight victories in the mini-tournament in Rijeka.
Despite having retained just four of the 18-man squad who contested the preliminary round, Dan Firiteanu's side proved far too hot to handle in Croatia, winning 5-3 against Nordwestschweiz Amateur in their opening game, before completing their triumph with an 11-1 win against Liechtenstein Amateur and a 2-1 win against hosts Rijeka Amateur.
No other side won more than one game with each team going home from Croatia with one win apiece. Rijeka won their opening match 6-0 against Liechtenstein, Nordwestschweiz beat Rijeka 2-1 in their second game while Liechtenstein broke their duck in their final game by beating their Swiss neighbours 2-1.
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