Calais got off to a flying start with a trey from Anne Sophie Pagnier. Then they took control of the game with a 8-0 run to lead (11-2) after only four minutes played.
They maintained the advantage until the end of the first period (25-12).
Calais struggled in the period and did not score for almost nine minutes while conceding 13 points.
However they went into the locker room leading thanks to a late basket from Jennifer Humphrey (29-28).
Lauren Neavescarried Calais through the third period while Leah Metcalf was the go to player for Toulouse.
Calais went into the final quarter ahead (50-49). But they fell behind when Emmanuelle Hermouet fired in a trey (50-52).
Aurélie Cibertwas left open a minute later just beyond the three-point line in front of the basket.
Her trey was the start of a frantic sequence with both sides trading baskets until the last minute of the game (66-66).
A trey by Katharina Fikiel (left) put Toulouse in the lead for good while Swanne Gauthier sealed the third victory of the season for her side with a steal that allowed her to run to the basket to lay up (71-66).
Fikiel led the scoring for Toulouse with 20 points. Metcalf contributed 13 points, made 3 steals and dished out 6 assists while captain Hermouet fired in 13 points.
Neaves finished with a double-double for Calais 24 points and 12 rebounds. Elisabeth Egnell and Jennifer Humphrey scored 12 and 10 points each.
Mondevelle had the better start and led (6-2) with three minutes played. Yet they soon fell behind as Lindsay Taylor and Kathleen MacLeod went to work offensively for Nantes to go into the lead (8-6).
Nantes dominated Mondeville in all sectors of the game and won the first quarter (20-11) and stretched their lead (25-11) early in the second quarter. They went 15 points clear (28-13) with less than 13 minutes played.
Caroline Aubert (left) started the Mondeville fight back. Within a space of three minutes the hosts scored 15 points and the game was tied (28-28).
The two teams traded scores for the rest of the period with Mondeville going into the interval leading (37-36).
Aurélie Bonnan (right) was unstoppable and helped Mondeville move 8 points clear (44-36) with 23 minutes played.
However Nantes fought back and with two three-pointers fromYuliya Andreyeva and one from Mélanie Plust, Nantes were back in front (49-47).
Mondeville managed to get the advantage back. But a Leslie Ardon buzzer beater allowed Nantes to go into the final quarter with a single-point advantage (51-50).
The lead changed on every shot at the start of the final quarter as three-pointers flew in from all over the court.
The 17th and last lead change came fromAubert’s trey for Mondeville with seven minutes to play (59-58)that swung the pendulum finally in the direction of the hosts.
5 straight points by Bonnan gave the hosts a 6-point cushion with five minutes to play.
Taylor made back to back scores and a free-throw by Mame-Marie Sy-Diop reduced the deficit to a single point.
The veterans of Mondeville Aubert and Lenae Williams (left) produced some magic which allowed Williams to hit a baseline trey.
However it was the block from Bonnan on Sy-Diop with the game entering money-time that actually sealed the victory.
Nantes only managed to hit the target once during the last couple of minutes, including a three-pointer by Plust.
Player of the match Bonnan scored her 21st point of the match and the last points of the game for the victory (69-66).
Laurent Buffard used three time-outs in the last 26 seconds. But his team was unable to execute an offense.
Bonnan with a double-double of 21 points and 11 rebounds was the player of the match for Mondeville. Williams contributed 16 points and Aubert scored 7 points and dished out 8 assists.
Taylor, always in the LFB news for Nantes, led the scoring for her side with 18 points.