|Kristin Seman led a balanced Swedish offence with 14 points|
Sweden ensured third place in the U16 European Championship Women Classification Group G, as a 23-0 first-half run sparked a crushing 77-38 win over Bulgaria.
Sweden scored the first 11 points of the game and, though Ivona Ilieva and Radiyana Mancheva scored three-pointers, it proved to be a false dawn as Sweden went on to score the next 23 points without reply.
Kristin Seman had 10 points during the run as Bulgaria could not make their shots fall, with the Swedish team putting them under pressure in the backcourt also and forcing multiple steals.
With the game already secure, both teams tried some different combinations in the second half, with all but one Swedish player getting on the scoreboard.
Seman had a game-high 14 points plus five steals, while Adriana Camber had 13 points and 6 rebounds and Sofia Hagg added 13 points too.
Ilieva and Mancheva led Bulgaria with seven each, but the hosts are still searching for their first win of the tournament.