France dominated from start to finish in routing Croatia 71-35 to remain undefeated in the U18 European Championship for Women.
Diandra Tchatchouang had 17 points and Allison Vernerey had a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds to keep Croatia without a win in the tournament.
Sweden played as good a first half as could be expected and it proved enough to see off Croatia 69-49 at the U18 European Championship for Women.
Over the course of the first two quarters, Romana Ptackova's girls hit seven of 17 three-point attempts and made 55 per cent of their shots from inside the arc to take a 43-18 lead at the break.
Croatias fresh-faced Tomica Babic may not look like it, but she is considered a battle-tested veteran at least in junior basketball circles.
The teams captain at the U18 European Championship for Women has represented her country at junior tournaments since 2005 and played an intrical part last summer when Croatia won the U18 Division B crown to make their return to the elite level.
Serbia used a furious fourth quarter comeback to beat Croatia 76-62 in the U18 European Championship for Women.
The defending champions trailed 51-46 at the start of the final period but proceeded to outscore their opponents 30-11 in that frame alone.