It's been an enjoyable few days for The Address UCC Glanmire, as they followed up last weekend's semi-final win in the Paudie O'Connor Cup with a pair of Super League victories this week.

On Wednesday they defeated home team Waterford Wildcats (90-75), thanks to scoring from Carrie Sheppard (28 points), Áine McKenna (13 points) and Mia Furlong (11 points).

Following this win, Glanmire outscored fellow Cork side Singleton SuperValu Brunell in their game on Saturday. It was new recruit Tierney Pfirman who led the scoring this time around for The Address UCC Glanmire, collecting 23 points in the encounter.

Áine McKenna was also strong on the board, scoring 21, with Carrie Sheppard (20) and Claire Melia (17) also making their presence felt. Shannon Ryan was impressive for Singleton SuperValu Brunell, scoring 29 points for her side.

Fr. Mathews made it a second Super League win in a row as they overcame Team Garvey's St. Mary's on Saturday (84-79).

Trailing by 15 at half-time, Fr. Mathews fought hard in the latter half to draw level and force overtime (70-70). This extra time gave them the space they needed to outlast their visitors, winning by five points in the end.

Gráinne O'Dwyer was their leader on the scoreboard along with Shannon Brady, as they both scores 21 points. Trish Byrne (13 points) and Amy Murphy (12 points) also represented well.

Despite the loss, it wasn't a bad weekend for Paris McCarthy of Team Garvey's St. Mary's, who announced committing to East Tennessee State University to further her basketball career.

WIT Waterford Wildcats bounced back from their loss to Glanmire during the week, as they beat Leixlip Amenities Liffey Celtics on their home soil on Saturday (98-75). Rachel Thompson was their top shooter in the game, finishing out with a strong 30 points for the game.

Sarah Hickey scored 23 of her own for the visitors, and Jasmin Walker had 16. Adrienne Jackson (22 points) and Ciara Bracken (19 points) shot very well for Celtics, but it wasn't enough to outperform the visitors from Waterford.

On Sunday, Killester proved too much for hosts IT Carlow in their contest, where Killester had a comfortable win (83-58). IT Carlow's Alyssa Velles was top scorer in the game with 28 points.

The final game of the weekend, was a Dublin derby duked out by DCU Mercy and Trinity Meteors, with DCU running out winners by 19 points.