Tradehouse Central Ballincollig remain the only unbeaten side in the InsureMyVan.ie Super League after a hard-fought 86-73 win at Moycullen on Sunday.

There was little to separate the sides in the opening half, Moycullen led 42-41 at the break. But Ballincollig had a ten point cushion, 69-59, going into the final quarter, before seeing the game out.

Andre Nation was again to the fore for the Cork side, with 26 points, with Milorad Sedlarevic contributed 13 and Ireland international Adrian O'Sullivan chipped in with 11.

Moycullen’s top scorers were Grant Olsson (24), Joseph Tummon (12) and Josh Marvesley (11).

On Saturday NUIG Maree followed up their elimination of reigning Pat Duffy Cup champions Griffith College Templeogue last weekend with a 97-91 win over previously unbeaten Garvey's Tralee Warriors.

Deondre Jackson was again impressive, picking up 26 points, followed by Lovre Tvrdic (16), and Eoin Rockall (15).

Nikola Roso top scored for Garvey’s Tralee Warriors with 18, while October’s Super League player of the month Aaron Calixte added 16 points and Darragh O’Hanlon had 16 points.

Griffith College Templeogue slipped to a home 83-78 Dublin derby defeat against Killester in the North Conference. Mark Keenan's side led at 44-41 at half-time, but Killester rallied and won by five.

Kason Harrell shot well for Killester scoring 21 points, backed up by Ciarán Roe (19) and Tomas Fernandez Zerolo (15).

Lorcan Murphy continued his early season form with 18 points, with Marquel Murphy also scoring 18 for Griffith College Templeogue.

There was late drama as Xabier Arriaga's buzzer beater 3-pointer for Team 360 Financial Killorglin sealed a 90-89 win at C&S Neptune.

Arriaga scored well throughout for Team 360 Financial Killorglin, posting 17 points, while Allan Thomas had 30 points and Simon Francis scored 24 in their win.

Nil Sabata (21), Roy Downey (18) and Miles Washington (16) were C&S Neptune’s top scorers.

DBS Éanna fended off a second half fightback from UCD Marian to claim a 70-69 win.

Darren McGovern's side appeared to be coasting with a 21 point half-time lead, 54-33.

Big scoring from Stefan Zecevic (24 points) for DBS Éanna was backed up by Romonn Nelson (12), Devin Gilmore and Mark Reynolds (9 each).

Top scorer on the night was Jonathan Jean for UCD Marian, who posted 30 points, with Srdjan Stojanovic adding 15 and Dan James 10.

Bright DCU Saints are still awaiting their first win, they were beaten 67-59 at home by Belfast Star. Belfast Star's scoring came from Max Cooper (19 points), Jonny Foulds (15) and Conor Quinn (14).

For Bright DCU Saints it was Benjamin Durox (18 points) who was at the forefront, followed by Julius Brooks (16) and Graham Brannelly (12).