DCU Mercy are now the only undefeated team remaining in the Women's Super League after a thrilling 77-70 victory over WIT Wildcats.

DCU held the advantage at the end of the first quarter thanks to scoring from Sarah Woods and Ashley Russell.

Wildcats fought back to capture the lead heading into the half 31-36.

The teams were evenly matched in the third quarter with scores coming from Wildcats’ Jasmine Walker and DCU’s Meredith Burkhall.

DCU then pulled away in the fourth quarter to take the game and keep their undefeated streak.

Elsewhere, defending champions Liffey Celtics took home their second win in a row on Saturday night, running out 70-76 winners over Maree in a tense finish in Galway.

A massive second-half display from the hosts saw them fight back, with an incredible 32-point haul from American Kylee Smith doing much of the damage.

Fellow American Darby Maggard had an impressive performance from beyond the three-point line as she finished with 17 points.

Fr Mathews secured their second league win of the season after they defeated a valiant IT Carlow 74-68 in Cork.

Shannon Brady and Amy Murphy performed on both ends of the court for Mathews as they fought to keep control of scoring from Carlow’s Alyssa Velles and Kaitlyn Slagus, who combined for 47 points.

Despite their best efforts, it was Mathews who came away with the important victory and leaving Carlow seeking their first win.

Pyrobel Killester run out 69-45 winners over Marble City Hawks in IWA-Clontarf.

Christa Reed and Ash McCann combined for 43 points for the Dublin side as they cruised to their second victory of the season.