Denmark, Greece into second qualifying round

Mini-tournament hosts Denmark topped Group 10 on goals scored ahead of fellow qualifiers Greece thanks to emphatic victories against the Faroe Islands and final-day opponents Wales.

Denmark show their delight at winning Group 10 on home soil

Denmark and Greece are the latest teams to make progress in the 2013 UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship after coming through qualifying round Group 10.

Mini-tournament hosts Denmark topped the section on goals scored, half of their 18-strong tally coming in a 9-0 defeat of the Faroe Islands on matchday one.

The impressive Signe Bruun registered a hat-trick in that crushing victory and was on the mark again two days later alongside captain Emilie Henriksen, whose added-time penalty salvaged a 2-2 draw against Greece. Anders With Damgaard's team finished with a flourish too, beating Wales 7-1 thanks partly to Rikke Dybdahl's treble and another Bruun effort.

Greece got their campaign under way with a 1-0 triumph over Wales and finished with another slender victory, 3-2 against the Faroe Islands, for whom skipper Lív Arge scored twice, her second a late spot kick after Kalliopi Konstantopoulou had been dismissed for a foul on Milja Simonsen.

The first qualifying round draws to a close on Sunday when Groups 4 and 7 conclude.