Greece have made history by qualifying for the Rugby League World Cup for the first time in their 17-year history.
The Greeks, currently ranked 16th in the world, thrashed Serbia 82-6 in Belgrade to claim the penultimate spot for the 2021 competition.
They ran in 16 tries to secure victory, with full-back Chaise Robinson bagging a treble. Greek domestic players Aris Darmanis (Aris Eagles) and Nick Bosmos (Rhodes Knights) also crossed for the visitors.
Greece only started trying to qualify for the World Cup six years ago, and they cannot currently play home matches in their own country, as the Hellenic Modern Pentathlon Federation do not recognise the Greek Rugby League Association.
The 16th and final spot at the event will be decided in 16 November when the USA and Cook Islands face off in Jacksonville, and the group stage draw will be made later this month.