Tradehouse Central Ballincollig made it five wins from five in the InsureMyVan.ie Super League with a 15-point, 87-72 cross conference win over Killester on Saturday

Andre Nation scored 25 points in the win, with Ireland international Adrian O'Sullivan and Milorad Sedlarevic scoring 19 points each. Karen Harrell led scoring for Killester with 14 points, followed by John Behan (12), Tomas Fernández Zerolo (11).

Belfast Star beat in-form NUIG Maree 81-73, but the victory came at a cost, an injury to Paul Dick in the fourth quarter. Conor Quinn had 15 points on the night, followed by Max Cooper (13), James Claar (12) and Austin Beech (12).

NUIG Maree led by three, 42-39, at the break, but failed to push on. Luka Kraljic was top scorer for NUIG Maree with 16, while Lovre Tvrdic had 12 and Deondre Jackson 11.

After being somewhat contained by NUIG Maree last week, Aaron Calixte was back to his free-scoring best for Garvey’s Tralee Warriors, picking up a sizeable 38 points in their 86-72 win over Bright DCU Saints. The Dublin club, who are still awaiting a first win this season, trailed by only five at the break 49-44, before Garvey’s Tralee Warriors pulled away to win by 14 points.

Benjamin Durox scored 20 points for Bright DCU Saints, while Martin Neary had 14 and Kevin Lacey 9.

C&S Neptune edged a close affair with Griffith College Templeogue, winning 83-80. They were level pegging at half-time at 41 apiece. Cian Heaphy had 21 points for the home side, with Mile Washington (17) and Nil Sabata making significant contributions to the victory.

Jason Killeen topped the scoring charts for Griffith College Templeogue on 24, while Vladimir Tokishin had 17 and Stephen James 12.

Srdjan Stankovic and Jonathan Jean both scored 37 points to lead UCD Marian to a 97-81 win over Team 360 Financial Killorglin. The Kerry side led 22-16 at the end of the opening quarter, and the teams were level at 42-42 at half-time, before a strong third quarter saw UCD open a 10-point advantage, 68-58 and they didn’t look back after that.

Simon Francis was Team 360 Financial Killorglin’s top scorer on 25, followed by Alan Thomas (15) and Declan Wall (13).

DBS Éanna won 86-84 at Moycullen on Sunday. Devin Gilmore had 22 points, backed up by, Stefan Zecevic (17) and Romonn Nelson (13). Despite picking up 34 points, Grant Olsson finished on the losing side. Ayberk Taylan shot 19 points for Moycullen and Josh Marvesley 9.