|Ann Wauters and Ros Casares were dominant in a landslide win over Gyor|
Ros Casares rolled to another decisive victory in the EuroLeague Women on Wednesday night with an 80-43 mauling of Uni Seat Györ.
The Spanish club, which hammered previously unbeaten Galatasaray last week in Istanbul, had victory all but assured by the end of the opening frame after claiming a 29-7 lead.
The Hungarian side lost all hope in the second period when Ros outscored them 23-15 for a 52-22 stranglehold on the contest.
The Spaniards coasted the rest of the way to victory - their seventh in eight Group A games.
Ann Wauters had 18 points and both Sancho Lyttle and Laia Palau 12 apiece for Ros.
Lyttle and Palau led Ros defensively with four steals each, while Kata Honti, Jana Vesela and Silvia Dominguez had three apiece.
The winners were 30 of 68 inside the arc compared to Györ's 14-of-41 effort.
Natalia Hejková, Ros Casares coach:
"I'm satisfied with this game, especially in the first half. We played nice basketball and in the second half we prepared different things."
Ákos Füzy, Uni Seat Györ coach:
"In the first quarter we played very stupid, we had a lot of turnovers and that kill us. In the second half Ros Casares played more slow and we could improve a little."
Ann Wauters, Ros Casares player:
"Every EuroLeague game is important, especially at home. I think we played very well in the first half and in the second half we relaxed a little bit. But I think it is good for confidence also."
Nora Nagy, Uni Seat Györ player:
"We started the game so bad, we had a lot of turnovers, but in the second half we fought. Ros Casares Valencia is one of the best teams in the EuroLeague Women".