Undefeated teams reduced to five in Austria
AUSTRIA (FIBA U18 Women's European Championship 2018, Division B) – The number of undefeated teams at the FIBA U18 Women's European Championship 2018, Division B was reduced to just five, with Lithuania stealing most of the spotlight with a 92-point win over Albania in Group D.
Dalia Donskichyte paced the Baltic side to a 130-38 victory with a 28-point, 11-steal double-double, as the dominant Lithuanians climbed to a 3-0 record, Gabija Segzdaite and Enrika Matiukaite chipping in with 18 and 16 points, respectively.
Israel and Lithuania scored big wins on Sunday
Meanwhile, Finland and Romania kept their unbeaten status intact in Group A and inched closer towards securing Quarter-Final berth. The Tuomas Oja-coached Finns had seven player in double figures in a 121-39 victory against Georgia, while Romania topped Iceland 63-49 behind a 19-point and 11-rebound double-double by Irina Parau, who also had 5 assists and 5 steals.
Portugal got a 74-32 win against Cyprus to stay in the hunt for the Play-Offs, with Rita Oliveira, Sara Guerreiro and Marta Carvalho combining for 48 points.
Having beaten Norway 94-34 on Sunday, Belarus is now the only unbeaten team in in Group D after Ukraine downed Slovakia 60-50, with Vladyslava Colshyna leading the scoring with 13 points and 6 rebounds. In the only other game in the group, Luxembourg registered a 71-39 win over the bottom-of-the-pack Kosovo.
Belarus had no problems against Norway
Elsewhere, Denmark saw their victorious run in Group B snapped by the Netherlands, with the Dutch side nipping a close-fought 62-60 contest in Furstenfeld to catch the Danes in the standings with a 2-1 record.
Great Britain and Turkey also moved to 2-1 to form a power quartet at the top of the table, with Charlotte Ellmore going off for 27 to lift Team GB to an 87-70 win over Montenegro and Turkey taking care of business against tournament hosts Austria with a convincing 67-37 victory.