Both sides were missing a large contingent due to the Six Nations but it was Treviso who coped the better, handing Scarlets their first loss to an Italian team since May 2013.
Ioane benefitted from cross-field kicks from Marty Banks for his opening two scores, the first coming after Johnny McNicholl failed to collect the high ball.
— PRO14 RUGBY (@PRO14Official) February 11, 2018
Scarlets consequently failed to regain top spot in Conference B from Leinster, who moved above them despite a 29-24 loss to Edinburgh on Friday.
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