Five players scored in double digits as Ros Casares used a second half surge to post an emphatic 85-59 win on the road at LOTOS PKO BP Gdynia in EuroLeague Women.
The result means that the Valencia club occupy second place in of their Group C standings and remain well on course for an Eighth-Final Play-offs spot.
The Polish hosts started the stronger and were up by eight points after the first period but an adjustment in defensive tactics helped the Spanish come back to level the game before even taking a three point half time lead.
The visitors continued where they left off after the break and rode their strong defensive display all the way to what might prove a decisive victory in securing the second place in the group and home court advantage for the play-offs.
Lotos took more boards (37 to Ros' 35) but committed 23 turnovers and made only three of six from the charity stripe.
Delisha Milton led the visitors with 19 points and seven rebounds. Amaya Valdemoro had five rebounds to go with her 17 point. Anna Montanana contributed 12 points, four assists and three boards. Jana Veselá (11) and Elena Tornikidou (10) also scored in double digits for the winners.
Magdalena Leciejewska's 14 points and seven rebounds were not enough for the home team.