Daan van Rossum, Remco Vrasdonk
Karnik Avedikian, Adam Bahemou, Karim Hammadat,
Christopher Eyns, Yann Bertrand(2), Josquin Dewinne, Yvan Leroyer, Guillaume van der Elst, Simon Troquereau
Uri Breman 2/2
Yvan Leroyer 10/10
Belgium followed up its convincing 50-12 win against the Czech Republic with an equally devastating performance in the Netherlands, registering 10 tries to Holland's two.
Coach Tony Benson made five changes to the side that played against the Czechs. Yann Bertrand added two tries to the hat-trick he scored two weeks ago while stand-off Yvan Leroyer, taking over the kicking duties from injured Marc Paree, kicked all ten conversion attempts for a personal 20-point haul. Captain Josquin Dewinne said: "It was a hard battle and the score does not reflect the pride and the physicality of each tackle from both teams. Play ing against Holland is always special and we thank them for the tough challenge."
The victory was Belgium's third consecutive win against their neighbours in three years. They next play in England, against Malta on 21 June, and finish their international campaign in the Czech Republic on 3 October.
Evert van Bochove, Marijn Steenland, Devin Schutte, Daan van Rossum, Thijs van der Zouwen, Uri Breman, Thomas Laauwen, Emerson de Werk, Jason Bruygoms, Bonne Wilce, Patrick Neuteboom, Paul Dirkzwager, Remco Vrasdonk. Subs: Gerbert van Bochove, Joost van der Wiel, Patrick Ufkes, Jorge Vazquez
Simon Troquereau, Idriss Tiogum, Karnik Avedikian, Yann Bertrand, Lelio Guimard, Yvan Leroyer, Martin Derom, Agim Coroli, Christopher Eyns, Josquin De Winne, Ylies Chaouch, Younes Hammadat, Nicolas Bourgin, Guillaume van der Elst, Karim Hammadat, Redouane Cridi, Adam Bahamou