Billy Bodin scored a brace to help move Wales into Euro 2013 play-off contention with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Andorra in Wrexham.
Swindon midfielder Bodin scored twice inside 11 first-half minutes to put young Wales in control before a Xavier Vieira own goal just before the break.
Southampton midfielder Ryan Doble sealed a comfortable triumph on the hour by driving past the goalkeeper.
Brian Flynn's youngsters move behind leaders Czech Republic into second.
Andorra remain bottom of Group Three without a point or even a goal in six games.
Wales U21: Maxwell, Henley, Freeman (Dummett 61), Richards (c), Stephens, Brown (Ashton Taylor, 57), Bodin, Howells, Cassidy (Bradshaw 69), Jake Taylor, Doble.
Subs Not Used: Ward, Walsh, Ogleby, Chamberlain.
Goals: Bodin 22,33, Vieira 44 og, Doble 59.
Andorra U21: Vinardell, Goncalves, Molins (Moises San Nicolas 76), Roca, Bousenine, Luigi San Nicolas (Sanchez 67), Vieira, Pousa, Triquell, Blanco, Alves (Ferre 54).
Subs Not Used: Guevara, Fajardo, Planes, Bertran.
Referee: Vitali Sevostyanik (Belarus)