The New Zealand under-20 men's rugby side has qualified for the semi-finals of the World Championship in Italy.
The New Zealanders finished pool play unbeaten after beating Ireland 25-3.
Winger Tevita Li scored two tries, while flanker Blake Gibson got the third. Otere Black kicked the rest of the points.
In other key results, South Africa beat Australia 46-13 and France beat defending champions England 30-18.
So in the semi-finals, South Africa will play England and New Zealand will play France.
Meanwhile Samoa beat Italy 30-24 for their first win and they'll play Japan in the qualification matches for 9th to 12th.
The semi-finals are next Tuesday morning.
New Zealand last won the world title in 2011.