Hosts Poland and Sweden secured spots in Division A next summer by winning their semi-finals of the U20 European Championship for Women Division B.
Marta Jujka scored 20 points and Agnieszka Skobel added 12 points as Poland allowed just seven points in the first quarter en route to a 60-41 victory over Slovak Republic.
Hungary, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Sweden all won their quarter-finals at U20 European Championship in Poland on Friday.
Hungary jumped out to a 25-12 lead by the end of the first quarter and ultimately prevailed 61-52 over the Netherlands with Zsofia Varga scoring 20 points and pulling down five rebounds.
Romania dealt Hungary their first defeat at the U20 European Championship for Women Division B on Wednesday.
The Romanians stormed out to an 18-5 first-quarter advantage and eventually won 41-35.
Sweden provided further evidence that basketball is on the rise in the Scandinavian country by upsetting hosts Poland 69-66 in overtime at the U20 European Championship Women, Division B in Poland.
Elin Eldebrink poured in a game-high 25 points for the Swedes, who blew a 36-25 half-time lead but won in the extra period to claim their second victory.