Poland used a balanced attack as they romped to a lop-sided 95-54 win over Finland on Saturday, bouncing back from a midweek loss to Turkey to post their second victory of the EuroBasket Women qualifying campaign.
Six players scored in double figures as Poland dominated from the start against the over-matched visitors.
Poland set the tone by scoring the first nine points of the game and at no point afterwards did it appear that Finland had a chance in this one.
It was 28-13 at the end of the first quarter and Joanna Walich's jumper with 4:02 in the second quarter sparked a 13-0 run that further underlined Poland's supremacy.
Daria Mieloszynska and Walich each finished with 12 points, Agnieszka Bibrzycka and Elzbieta Miedzik had 11 apiece and Ewelina Kobryn and Magdalena Leciejewska each chipped in with 10 for the victors, who shot 38 of 63 (60%), including a stunning 10 of 16 (63%) from three-point range.
Tiina Sten had 15 points and sister Minna Sten 10 in vain for Finland.