Republic of Ireland 1-3 Netherlands
Colin O'Brien's side had beaten the same opponents on Tuesday evening but both sides made a host of changes and the Irish did not settle immediately.
The Netherlands took the lead in the fifth minute when the talented winger Brad van Hoeven carved out a left wing cross and found Daishawn Redan who turned the ball home from close range.
Redan turned provider for the second goal in the 12th minute when he burst down the right and cut the ball back for Maurice Kone to convert.
Ireland got an early response with Aaron McColgan finding the net direct from a corner just two minutes later.
Redan got his head to another van Hoeven cross in the 24th minute but Irish keeper Patryk Osinski saved comfortably,
Four minutes later Irish striker Glen McAuley had a low strike from the edge of the box saved by Dutch keeper Sem Custers.
After the break Ireland produced some decent spells but it was Osinski who was forced into a top class save to deny Joey Jacobs in the 51st minute.
Substitute Jordan Doherty might have grabbed an equaliser in the 56th minute but he headed wide from a Gavin Kilkenny cross.
The visitors grabbed a third goal in the 72nd minute when Keyennu Lont fired to bottom corner from edge of the box.
"It's been an excellent week with the players and they'll have learned a lot from this game. This season has been about teaching the players what is required at international level and we had no easy fixtures," said head coach Colin O'Brien.
"We feel the players have developed well collectively and will be ready to progress to the next stage with the U16s next season. They have shown that they've learned a lot and that's what we wanted from them."
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Patryk Osinski, Lee O’Connor, Dominic Peppard, Joe Redmond, Thierry Baba, Glen McAuley, Aaron McColgan (Aaron Connolly 52), Mark Kelly (Jordan Doherty 52), Luke Nolan, Gavin Kilkenny (Charlie Barry 61), Yassine En Neyah (Jack Owens 61).
NETHERLANDS: Sem Custers, Sven Botman (Mitchel Bakker 36), (Andrew Mendonca 56), Elton Kusi, Joey Jacobs, Ian Smeulers, Maurice Kone (Keyennu Lont 36),Rodney Huijgen, Daishawn Redan, Dave van den Berg, Brad van Hoeven, Justin Baas.
FIXTURES & RESULTS
Tuesday, April 14
Republic of Ireland 1-0 Netherlands, Pearse Stadium, Janesboro FC
Thursday, April 16
Republic of Ireland 1-3 Netherlands, Crossagalla, Pike Rovers FC.