Moycullen stunned Griffith College Templeogue on Saturday evening, running out five point winners over the Dubliners in Galway.

Moycullen book ended the win in perfect fashion, delivering two big quarters in the first and the fourth period to push on to win the game.

Grant Olsson led the charge for the hosts early on as they opened up a 26-20 first quarter lead, but quickly got into foul trouble and Templeogue charged back with a strong second quarter to lead by five at the half, 40-45.

The Dubliners still had the edge going into the last, 54-58, but Moycullen were in sharpshooting form in the last, with Olsson, Kyle Cunningham and underage international stars James Connaire and Paul Kelly running home some big scores to edge the victory, 75-70 and leave Templeogue still without a road win so far this season.

Elsewhere, Keane's SuperValu Killorglin were on form at home once more running out 88-79 point winners over Pyrobel Killester.

Big displays from Rami Ghanem, Daragh Jones, Colin O’Reilly and Allan Thomas, kept the Kerry side out in front at the half, 40-31.

Despite a big third quarter from Killester, with a superb display in particular from Ciaran Roe, Killorglin bounced back well in the fourth to see home the win.

A late push from Coughlan C&S Neptune meanwhile saw them overcome DCU Saints on the road, 74-80 on Saturday evening.

Both sides were without key players on the night with Saints missing Martins Provizors, while Neptune travelled without player/coach Lehmon Colbert and Spaniard, Nil Sabata.

The game was close throughout with Mike Bonaparte causing trouble for the Neptune defense, while Peter Hoffman and Cian Heaphy were on form for the Cork outfit.

Saints held a seven-point lead with just over three minutes to go, but big scores down the stretch from Gary Walsh, Heaphy and Kyle Hosford edged Neptune into the lead and they didn’t look back from there.

DBS Éanna got back to winning ways with aplomb, running out 82-92 point winners over UCD Marian in their derby clash.

Éanna were in control from early on, opening up a 36-49 point lead at the half, thanks to sharp shooting from Neil Lynch and Josh Wilson.

Despite a big display from UCD’s Mike Garrow, Éanna just had too much and held on to win out by 10.

Belfast Star were in flying form to deny Abbey Seals Dublin Lions their first win of the season, running out 20 point winners in the end, 91-71, while Garvey’s Tralee Warriors were also 20 point winners over Maree in Galway, winning out 67-87.