Villeneuve d'Ascq's bad habit of playing poorly at the start of the game continued as they gifted Beretta Famila, Schio the first 14 points of the game.
Ingrid Tanqueray (right in white) scored 11 of Villneuve's 13 points in the first quarter as they tried to bring down the deficit.
All the same Beretta Famila did not panic and led (21-13) at the end of the first quarter. They put the game out of reach of their hosts by stretching their advantage by the interval (48-27).
Raffaella Masciadri (above in orange) was the only player from the Italian side that played for more than 24 minutes as her side paced itself to victory.
Bernadette "Mudju" Ngoyisa compiled a double-double, 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Laura Macchi fired in 15 points.
Former French international Nicole Antibes is injured and did not play while former French captain Audrey Sauret-Gillespie contributed 2 points and 2 assists for the team from Schio.
Tanqueray was the top scorer for Villeneuve with 17 points. Jolane Anderson and Laurie Datchy added 10 points apiece.
Halcon Avenida left it until the last second to get past Gospic Croatia (81-79).
With the game tied (79-79) going into the last minutes, the hosts avoided overtime when Ukrainian international Olexandra Gorbunova picked up an offensive rebound from a missed three-point attempt by Anke de Mondt.
She had just enough time to put the ball into the basket to secure victory.
Sancho Lyttle led the Spanish side in points and rebounds with a double-double of 25 points and 15 rebounds. Le'Coe Willingham and Alba Torrens added 19 and 14 points respectively.
Andja Jelavic and Carla Thomas did most of the scoring for Gospic with 28 and 24 points apiece.
Marta Fernandez's 25 points helped Wisla Can-Pack Krakow stay unbeaten with a hard fought victory (74-71) against MiZo Pec.
Tarbes produced their best game of the season in overcoming Lotos Gdynia (81-67).
Charde Houston, was sick last week, was back to full strength and scored a game high 27 points.
Isabelle Yacoubou-Dehoui added 14 points in 15 minutes play time while Béatrice Castets and Frida Eldebrink scored 11 points each.
Yacoubou-Dehoui was in a hurry to get the game started and scored the first points with less than 9 seconds played. However she picked up 2 fouls within the first three minutes and had to return to the bench.
Not withstanding Tarbes dominated the early exchange. With seven minutes played they led (16-8) and went on to win the first quarter (21-16).
Ivana Matovic (19 points) and Alana Beard (19 points) did most of the offensive work for Lotus as they clawed their way back into the game.
Lotus went into the locker room leading after a three-pointer by Alana Beard (45-44).
The third quarter was end to end basketball with Houston doing most of the damage for Tarbes. However it was the three-point shooting of Castets that took Tarbes into the final quarter ahead (59-55).
Tarbes went all out offensively during the final quarter and brought to an end their five-game EuroLeague Women losing streak.
Spartak Moscow Region defeated Szeviép (94-51) with 24 points coming from Diana Taurasi. In the last game from the group Fenerbahce beat Frisco Sika Brno (86-70).
Spartak Moscow are the first team in the group to qualify for the play-offs.