Bosnia and Herzegovina: 0
Lebanon: 0

Bosnia and Herzegovina:
  • Mateo Sola (41)
  • Omar Knio (20),
  • Raphael Nehme (22),
  • Assad Feghali (36),
  • Elie Jalkh (47),
  • Tarek Nassif (53)

Bosnia and Herzegovina:
  • Tino Saric (1/1)
  • Omar Knio (4/5)

Bosnia and Herzegovina:
  • Martin Martic,
  • Mateo Sola,
  • Gabrijel Golic,
  • Zeljko Rajic,
  • Martin Vrhovac,
  • Marin Maros,
  • Mateo Skopljak,
  • Tino Saric,
  • Danijel Alilovic,
  • Dejan Grbovac,
  • Mario Zubic,
  • Valentino Ramljak,
  • Patrik Miskovic.
  • Subs: Boris Batalija,
  • Stjepan Krizanac
  • Raphael Nehme,
  • Aram Papazian,
  • Abboud Abou Elias,
  • Peter Ghosein,
  • Tarek Nassif,
  • Jean Marc Maroun,
  • Elia Allam,
  • Jibran Kouramshou,
  • Stephano Jabri,
  • Nicolas Elia,
  • Omar Knio,
  • Elie Jalkh,
  • Assad Feghali.
  • Subs: Hady Iskandar,
  • Bashir Ali,
  • Nadim Feghali,
  • George Karam

Match report


Lebanon's Junior Cedars ended their trip to Serbia on a high, winning the play-off game against novices Vitez from Bosnia and Herzegovina after a disapointing loss to Serbia on Friday in the opening game. Second row Omar Knio was Lebanon's best, scoring their opening try after 20 minutes and kicking four goals.

“We were annoyed with the way we lost against the hosts but the most important thing was a chance to compete against quality sides which helps us grow as a team,“ commented Lebanon head coach Nayef Abi-Said.

The Belgrade Trophy was a first tournament experince for the Vitez squad which has only been in existence a year.Their coach Dado Vrebac acknowledged that there is a lot of hard work ahead: “We defnitely are not up to this level but we are going to train hard and take maximum lessons from these two games. The boys have been enthused being involved.“

Sin bin: Mateo Šola (18)