Italy have won the European Girls' Team Championship at Forsgardens Golfklubb, Sweden.
The Italians topped the stroke play qualifying after the first two days on -3, and were the only team to finish under par. Allessia Nobilio, who shot a seve-under-par 65 on day two, tied for the lowest aggregate individual score with the Czech Republic's Sarah Hricikova.
Two other Italian players finished in the top-six of the stroke play, Emilie Alba Paltrinieri on three-under-par, and Virginia Bossi on one-under-par.
The number-one seeds defeated the Netherlands and the Czech Republic in the quarter and semi-finals to set up a final with Spain.
They won both of the morning foursomes, meaning just two wins from the afternoon singles would be enough to secure the title.
Anna Zanusso won the first afternoon match meaning Catarina Don's 3&1 win in the third match of the afternoon guaranteed Italy would lift the trophy for the second time in three years.
Last year's champions, Sweden, triumphed against the Czech Republic by a score of 5-2 to finish third and take home the bronze medal.
Next year's European Girls' Team Championship will take place at Paradir de El Saler, Spain.