Sweden’s boys' team enjoyed a perfect opening day at the 2019 International Blind Sports Federation Goalball Youth World Championships in Penrith, winning both their games.
A 15-8 win over Thailand was followed by an 8-5 victory at the expense of South Korea.
Olaf Ryberg scored eight of Sweden’s goals in the match against the Thais, while Oscar Alverstedt racked up six.
Alverstedt took over from Ryberg as Sweden’s top scorer against South Korea, finding the back of the net five times.
South Korea did triumph in their game against hosts Australia, however, with striker Se Bok Hong scoring five of his team's 10 goals without reply at Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre.
Brazil, the silver medallists from the 2017 edition, defeated Poland 2-0 in their first match with their goals coming from Lucas Araujo and Braian Araujo.
In the girls' event, South Korea begun their campaign with two wins out of two.
The started by overcoming Thailand 10-6 and later claimed a narrow 2-1 victory over Germany.
Defending champions Australia had a day to forget in front of the home crowd as they lost 11-7 to Brazil and 3-1 to Britain.
Round-robin action is due to run through to Thursday (August 8).
The top four teams in the two tournaments will qualify for the semi-finals, scheduled to be held on Friday (August 9) and immediately followed by the medal matches.