DBS Éanna got revenge for their InsureMyHouse.ie National Cup semi-final defeat to Garvey's Tralee Warriors earlier this month, by defeating the Pat Duffy Cup champions 85-75 at Coláiste Éanna in the InsureMyVan.ie Super League.

The home side led at the end of each quarter and had a 16 point cushion going into the final quarter, eventually winning by 10. Stefan Zecevic scored 21 points for DBS Éanna, followed closely by Devin Gilmore, on 20, while Romonn Nelson had 13. Pat Duffy Cup final MVP Daniel Jakubaitis picked up another impressive points tally – 25, followed by Aaron Calixte (17) and Eoin Quigley (11).

Tradehouse Central Ballincollig continued their unbeaten league run, with a 90-73 win at Bright DCU Saints. After a tight opening half, which saw Kieran O’Sullivan’s side lead 40-34, they pulled away. Andre Nation topped scoring for the winners, on 24 points, while Keelan Cairns and Padraig Lucey chipped in with 16 and 14 points. Both Jeff Gordan and Kevin Lacey grabbed 19 points apiece for Bright DCU Saints, with Ben Durox on 15.

UCD Marian overturned a 39-37 half-time deficit to win 81-66 at C&S Neptune. American Jonathan Jean was to the fore in their win, racking up 31 points, while Serbian Srdjan Stojanovic had 15 and Conor Meany scored 13.

C&S Neptune’s leading scorers were Miles Washington (12), Richaud Gittens (10) and James Hannigan (10).

NUIG Maree continued their unbeaten home record this season with a 87-77 success over Griffith College Templeogue. Deondre Jackson (20) Luka Krajlic (19) and Lovre Tvrdic (17) played key roles in the win. Two of Griffith College Templeogue’s Ireland internationals Lorcan Murphy and Neil Randolph scored 20 and 12 points respectively, while Darren Townes chipped in with 14 for Mark Keenan’s side.

Killester head coach Brian O’Malley hailed his teams intensity as they won 95-71 at Team 360 Financial Killorglin. Tomas Fernandez Zerolo was in fine form at the basket, scoring 29, while Kason Harrell had 16 and Farouq Raheem 12. The Dublin club managed to restrict Killorglin’s potent American Simon Fransis to 17 points, while Isa Brandon had 11 and Allan Thomas 10 for the home side.

On Sunday Belfast Star won 79-46 at Moycullen. Adrian Fulton’s side had a 26 point lead by the break, 45-19, and never looked back. Max Cooper picked up 21 points, followed by, Austin Beech (12) and Conor Quinn (11). There were eight points each for Moycullen’s Grant Olsson, Joseph Tummon and Ayberk Taylan