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Four Regular Season tickets punched as Banco Sardegna Sassari make history

MUNICH (Germany) - A total of four clubs advanced to the EuroCup Women Regular Season on Wednesday night including ambitious first-timers Banco Sardegna Sassari of Italy.

Yet again, it was Maggie Lucas who proved to be the difference-maker with another colossal display, this time pacing a rare 61-61 draw in the second leg against Grengewald of Luxembourg. She caught fire once again for a near double-double of 28 points and 9 rebounds.

Sassari made it through to the next phase off the back of their 18-point win in the first meeting and the loss was tough on Grengewald's Cassandra Brown who posted 22 points and 12 rebounds.

NKA Universitas PEAC strode their way past Niki Lefkadas again as they won 72-54 on home soil with a fine show from Nora Judit Wentzel who had an eye-catching 21 points, 5 boards and 3 assists. Virag Kiss and Nikolett Sarok also shared 28 points in important cameo performances. Dominique McBride responded with 22 points for the Greek visitors, who lost by 25 across the tie.

There was a sense of deja vu when Tarbes GB met House of Talents Spurs as the French side completed a second huge win against their opponents. This time they rolled their way to a huge 88-39 victory as five different players all amassed double-digits, with Isalys Quinones top scoring with 17 points.

Finally, there was better news for another Belgian team as Liege Panthers booked their spot in the Regular Season by beating Ulriken Eagles for a second time with a 71-55 win. Brittany Brewer landed the Top Performer award and was back at work again in this one, recording a double-double of 20 points and 13 rebounds.

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