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Denmark won the group and advanced to the play-off rounds.
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| Greece ||0 – 6|
|Report|| Paaske-Sørensen |
| Bulgaria ||0 – 1|
|Report|| Panteleiadou |
| Denmark ||15 – 0|
| Sand Andersen |
| Greece ||0 – 1|
|Report|| Beattie |
| Scotland ||3 – 1|
| Grant |
|Report|| Pogosian |
| Bulgaria ||5 – 0|
| Nadirashvili |
| Greece ||5 – 0|
| Katsaiti |
| Georgia ||1 – 3|
| Chichinadze ||Report|| Beattie |
| Denmark ||9 – 0|
| J. Rasmussen |
| Georgia ||0 – 7|
|Report|| J. Rasmussen |
| Scotland ||8 – 1|
| Little |
|Report|| Liliana Kostova |
| Georgia ||0 – 3|
|Report|| Gkatzogianni |
| Denmark ||7 – 0|
| Røddik Hansen |
| Bulgaria ||0 – 5|
|Report|| Beattie |
| Scotland ||0 – 1|
|Report|| Røddik Hansen |
| Georgia ||1 – 1|
| Matveeva ||Report|| Koshuleva |
| Scotland ||4 – 1|
| Beattie |
|Report|| Sidira |
| Greece ||1 – 2|
| Kakambouki ||Report|| Radoyska |
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