|13 July 2011|
U20 Women Group F
Spain continue to make life look easy at the U20 European Championship Women as they rolled to their sixth straight win, easily dispatching France 68-33.
|Amaya Gastaminza and Spain could not be denied by France as they rolled to an uncontested win|
Spain have won all their games here by 21 points or more and the fact they were playing France - the team who were second behind them in Group F of the qualifying round - made no difference as they put up big numbers once again.
France had managed to stay close through the first quarter and were trailing 17-15 midway through the second.
But Spain then went on a 23-7 tear, with Tanja Perez's three-pointer giving them a 40-22 advantage.
The only continued to pull clear, with Leonor Rodriguez following a lay-up with a three-pointer to make it 55-31 early in the fourth quarter, the start of an 18-4 run to close the game as Spain once again showed no mercy.
Spain have now held their opponents to an average of just 35.3 points per game in six contests.
Rodriguez led Spain with 16 points while Laura Arroyo had 11 and Amaya Gastaminza added 10.
Elenga's eight points was the highest tally of any France player.