0:2 (0:0) branky 67. a 87. minuta.
0:2 - poločas 0:0.
1. poločas 4:2 - Vodáček 3, Hřebecký jaro 2019.
Jaro 2019 - KP Vysočiny - 2.poločas - branky ve druhé půli 46. min. V.Staněk a asi v 65. Vojta Cajz na 3:0.
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Žirovnica is a small settlement in the valley of Žirovnica Creek, a tributary of the Poljane Sora River, south of Žiri in Slovenia. Although it is easily accessible by road only from the Žiri side, which is in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia, it actually lies in the Municipality of Idrija in the traditional Inner Carniola region.
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