Hibernian's teenage sensations shone in the Dutch sunshine as the team in green chalked up a comfortable 4-0 victory over Zeeland Select at Vlissingen.
Manager Pat Fenlon made 10 changes to the starting line-up that had lost in Leuven 17 hours before with only Alan Maybury retaining his spot, although he was switched to right-back from his previous midfield role.
The boss continued with the new-look 4-2-3-1 formation with Callum Booth handed a holding midfield role and goalkeeper Calum Antell and attacking midfielders Sammy Stanton and Danny Handling all handed their first ever starts.
The youngsters, with both Stanton and Handling still only 18, assimilated superbly into first team life and, after a slow start from Hibernian, began to take total control of the match.
To begin with, both central defenders, James McPake and Sean O'Hanlon, were forced to launch long searching balls into the channels because of a lack of options to pass towards in a congested midfield area.
Once the midfield combinations started to click, Hibs started to dominate against a Zeeland side containing semi-professional players from the region.
This dominance eventually translated into an opening goal on 24-minutes. Jorge Claros' insightful throughball paved the way through for Pa Kujabi to get to the by-line and his cross was stuck in the net by Stanton on the second attempt.
After a brief scare at the back, Hibernian then doubled their advantage on 37 minutes when Danny Handling met Leigh Griffiths' cross at the back post to score from close range.
There was still time for the lively Paul Cairney to see his goal disallowed for offisde before the half-time break at a scorching hot Sportcomplex in Vlissingen.
After the break, Hibernian moved up a gear and, with their opponents visibly wilting in the heat, the team in green went searching for more goals and some of the link-up play was very impressive.
Handling struck again with a superb finish - rifling a low right-footed shot into the far corner of the net to make it 3-0.
The fourth goal arrived when Handling found his under-20s strike partner, substitute Ross Caldwell who steered his shot into the net from close range - his second goal of the three-game overseas tour.
Overall there were plenty of encouraging signs for Fenlon to review and he will be satisfied with the application shown by his players on a difficult pitch and in searing heat.
Hibernian: Calum Antell, Alan Maybury, James McPake, Sean O'Hanlon, Pa Kujabi, Jorge Claros, Callum Booth, Danny Handling, Paul Cairney, Sammy Stanton, Leigh Griffiths.
Subs: David Stephens for Maybury, Caldwell for Griffiths, Doyle for Stanton
Photos kindly provided by Robert de Jonge
Hibernian TV will be airing a highlights package from the match which will be available to watch on Monday.
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