It was an impressive ninth win in a row for Tradehouse Central Ballincollig, as they overcame a resilient UCD Marian after overtime in their Super League clash.

Just four points separated the teams at halftime, and Ballincollig extended this lead to nine in the third quarter, but a late resurgence from UCD Marian saw the teams on level points at the final buzzer (70-70). Overtime gave Tradehouse Central Ballincollig the space they needed to secure the win, if only by a point (84-83).

Andre Nation was once at the fore for Tradehouse Central Ballincollig in their offense, scoring 33 points. Milorad Sedlarevic (14 points) and Adrian O'Sullivan (11 points) were also strong in the attack for Tradehouse Central Ballincollig.

Elsewhere in the Super League, Griffith College Templeogue notched a home victory over Moycullen (71-68).

It was the usual suspects who drive Templeogue to victory in the scoreboard, as Jason Killeen added 22 points to the tally, with Lorcan Murphy (13 points) and Enrique Melini (10 points) also representing well.

Grant Olsen (16 points), Kyle Cunningham (15 points) and Ayberk Taylan (11 points) were top scorers for Moycullen.

#The only other game of the weekend was contested by Killester & Garvey's Tralee Warriors, with the spoils ultimately going to the Dublin team (102 - 87).

A scoring masterclass from Jason Harrell (56 points) for Killester gave them more than half their tally, and support from Tomas Fernandez Zerolo (24 points) and Farouq Raheen (8 points), ensured the victory for Killester.

On the back of their Pat Duffy Cup semi-final win last weekend, Garvey's Tralee Warriors still had strong offensive showings, with Brandon Cotton (24 points), Daniel Jakubaitis (24 points) and Eoin Quigley (18 points) all scoring well.

The other fixtures set for this weekend in the Super League were postponed due to Covid-19.

NUIG Maree v Bright DCU Saints, Team 360 Financial Killorglin v DBS Éanna and Belfast Star v C&S Neptune were all pushed back.