Moscow In Fine Fettle

22 November 2007

BC Moscow maintained their 100% record in EuroCup Women Group I after an inspired performance from point guard Milicaz Dabovic helped them defeat Extrugasa 67-62.

Montenegro-born Dabovic poured in with 16 points and grabbed four rebounds as BC Moscow maintained their 100% record of 3-0.

It was a battling performance from BC Moscow, who were behind at the end of the first three quarters, but overturned a 47-49 deficit at the end of the third quarter to seal the win over their Spanish opponents.

In Group C, Israeli side Electra Ramat Hasharon consolidated their place at the top of the pool and extended their perfect record to 3-0 after a late jump-shot from Deanna Jackson gave them a thrilling 63-62 win over ZKK Buducnost.

In the group's other match Turkish outfit Botas Spor recorded their first win after 18 points from Nail Ivegin helped them to a 68-63 victory over Chevakata of Russia.

A mammoth 28 points from Lindsay Heather helped Slovakian side MBK move to a 3-0 record in Group E with a 76-64 victory over Zozachka Zalk.

Danielle Hutcheson's 18-point haul wasn't enough for CAB Madeira as they were comprehensively beaten 77-48 by Nadezhda in Group K.

Elsewhere, Dynamo Kursk saw off CCC Polkowice 69-43 in Group G and 08 Stockholm HR earned their first win in Group H, edging past Vavezzini Basket 69-66.

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