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Dario AbidinoviÄ‡ (9, 13), Relja PetroviÄ‡ (15), Miodrag TomiÄ‡ (24), Branko ÄŒarapiÄ‡ (68), ÄorÄ‘e StoÅ¡iÄ‡ (74)
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ÄorÄ‘e StoÅ¡iÄ‡ 3/5, Branko ÄŒarapiÄ‡ 1/1
Serbian rugby league's future looks bright after their U21 national side confidently defeated the senior Czech team 32-4 away in Vrchlabi.
Led by Partizan hooker Dario AbidinoviÄ‡'s two try performance, the Serbians led 20-0 at the break, Relja PetroviÄ‡ and Miodrag TomiÄ‡ also crossing.
Petr Šedina got the hosts on the board with an unconverted try just after restart, but RadniÄki Niš duo ÄorÄ‘e StošiÄ‡ and Branko ÄŒarapiÄ‡ posted late converted tries to complete a comprehensive win.
Serbian coach Admir HadÅ¾iÄ‡ was full of praise for his young players. "It was a good test for both sides and we are grateful to the Czechs for hosting us," he said. "International games are crucial for the development of this talented group of players who are already starters for their senior clubs in Serbia. The next step for them is to become a full time international players so its our task to provide them enough oportunity to gain valuble experience."
Pictured: Czech captain David Lahr hits it up.
Rado Vejchoda, Jan Vocel, Tomáš Adamec, Jan Heininger, Otto Friedl, Petr Šedina, Pavel Mikeska, Tomáš Å˜iÄica, Patrik Koliska, OndÅ™ej Preininger, Filip ŠpaÄek, Milan Pešout, Jakub Hudrlík, David Lahr, Tomáš Valenta, JiÅ™í Sluka, Pavel MejstÅ™ík Petr Franta.
Andrej Mora, Miloš AleksiÄ‡, Relja PetroviÄ‡, Denis ÄŒengaj, Milan ÄŒobanoviÄ‡, Aleksa RadiÄ‡, Miodrag TomiÄ‡, Miloš KostadinoviÄ‡, Dario AbidinoviÄ‡, Kosta StojkoviÄ‡, Dragan JankoviÄ‡, Denis BibiÄ‡, Branko ÄŒarapiÄ‡, Petar KovaÄ, Aleksandar PavloviÄ‡, Velibor RistiÄ‡, ÄorÄ‘e StošiÄ‡.