EuroLeague Women champions UMMC Ekaterinburg have added to their trophy haul, beating EuroCup Women winners Dynamo Moscow 72-63, claiming the FIBA Europe SuperCup Women for the first time.

Making their debut in the competition, UMMC shrugged off a slow start and then a late rally by Dynamo to take victory against their domestic rivals.

The contest had started with UMMC easing their way into a 10-7 advantage, but Dynamo hinted they were not going to be rolled over easily by sinking six consecutive points.

The hosts responded to edge 17-15 ahead by the end of the first quarter but were hauled back again, this time by Tatiana Vidmer, who previously spent three seasons in a UMMC vest.

The Dynamo forward was fired-up against her former club and completed an ‘and-1′ play to start the second period, which put the visitors back in front, although the UMMC frontcourt was still dominating on the glass and a couple of quick-fire scores threatened to get Ekat on the front-foot.

But, just when they looked like pressing down on the accelerator, the perimeter game of UMMC continued to desert them, and combined with some uncharacteristically sloppy errors which witnessed ten turnovers inside the first 15 minutes, Dynamo were able to keep pace.

They drew level at 24 through the ever-dangerous Toliver, but UMMC then suddenly found another gear approaching the interval and broke the game open with an 11-2 burst.

Reigning EuroLeague Women MVP Candace Parker scored six points to keep the scoreboard ticking over and put a very different reflection on the encounter as both teams headed to the locker room.

Still without the considerable influence of playmaker Lindsay Whalen and strength under the hoop of Tina Charles, it looked like a long way back for Dynamo and especially when Sandrine Gruda seemingly hammered another nail into the Dynamo coffin when the action resumed.

She converted three baskets in a row early in the third quarter and at 50-34, Dynamo were on the ropes and looked headed for the canvas.

But, to their credit, they wagged their tails with a 9-0 run. Just when a potential fairytale fight-back was in full swing, Dominguez made a big shot from downtown to restore superiority for UMMC.

Dynamo fought hard until the end with an impressive final quarter but the damage had been done.

Toliver finished with a game-high 21 points in defeat.