France enjoyed a convincing victory in Voiron ©Getty Images

France earned victory at the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 Women's Series in Voiron after the host nation enjoyed two dominant days of competition.

The French team won both of their pool matches in convincing fashion yesterday to advance to the last eight.

Migna Toure had led their scoring on the opening day and continued in the same fashion during the quarter-finals.

Toure scored 11 of France’s points as the hosts eased to a 22-6 win over Slovakia.

She added a further nine points against Romania, with teammates Marie-Eve Paget, Soana Lucet and Laetitia Guapo also contributing to the 22-9 victory.

Spain, winners of the season-opening 3x3 Women's Series leg at FIBA's headquarters in Mies, would provide the opposition in the final.

The Spanish team overcame the Netherlands’ 19-15 in the quarter-finals.

Vega Gimeno helped Spain progress to the final after scoring 10 of their points in a dramatic 21-20 overtime win against a Russian under-25 side.

The under-25 side had earlier knocked out Russia’s main team in the quarter-finals.

Spain were hoping to avoid a repeat of their 22-14 pool phase loss to France in the final.

The French team would prove too strong again, as they secured a comfortable 22-13 victory.

Guapo scored seven points in the final, with Lucet and Toure each adding six.

Spain currently top the overall series standings after recording first and second place finishes in the opening two competitions.

The Spanish team have 180 points overall, with Russia and Poland following on 120 and Romania fourth on 115.

France complete the top five with 100 points after they missed the opening event of the season.