Israel's women won all of their group games at the IBSA Goalball European A Championships ©IBSA

Israel annihilated Greece in the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball European A Championships to advance to the knockout rounds as the last quarter-final places were claimed in Samsun in Turkey.

In the women's tournament, the 2019 runners-up emerged as the only unbeaten side in the competition following the 11-1 rout over Greece at the Yaşar Doğu Sport Hall.

Elham Mahamid led the scoring with five goals overall, including three in the first half while Ori Mizrahi and Lihi Ben David also featured on the scoresheet with two and four goals apiece.

Israel will play Britain in the quarter-finals after Russia beat Denmark.

Going into the match playing for a win, the Danish nonetheless knew they had to avoid a more than six goal deficit against the world champions to preserve their third place in the group.

Russia's Elizaveta Kemesheva scored two goals in quick succession, followed by Anna Shevchenko before Kemesheva got her hat-trick, and Evgeniia Semina joined the party to end the half 5-0 up.

Shevchenko got Russia’s sixth strike ahead of Luliia Khtapkova who added her name to the scoresheet.

Desperate to maintain their position in the group, Juliana Nina Lund got one back for Denmark and her side managed to keep the Russians at bay for the remainder of the match.

Denmark will play Ukraine for a place in the semi-finals after their 6-2 win over France.

Russia, meanwhile, will take on the French after they just squeaked through to the next stage with the Greek loss.

Hosts and Paralympic champions Turkey head into the quarter-finals against Germany having lost just one game.

Meanwhile in the men's competition, Finland and Montenegro produced a scintillating match ending 9-8 to the Finns as both teams did enough in the group stages to advance to the last 16.

Montenegro will face Tokyo 2020 bronze medallists Lithuania in the next round while Finland will play Ukraine, who overcame Spain 11-7 in today's action.

Despite a surprising 5-3 loss to Greece, defending champions Germany are set to play Belgium tomorrow, who endured their own 7-2 loss to Russia.

Both sides will be hoping to bounce back to secure a place in the semi-finals, with the Russians facing Turkey.

The quarter-final clashes commence at 9am local time tomorrow with Turkey playing Russia in the men's tournament.