Table toppers Tradehouse Central Ballincollig continued their outstanding run of form in the Super League, making it 11 wins in as many games as they beat Team 360 Financial Killorglin 86-42 on Saturday.

The South Conference leaders were buoyed by an impressive performance from Milorad Sedlarevic, who racked up 21 points. André Nation joined in on the scoring for Ballincollig with 18 points of his own, to go with Ciarán O'Sullivan’s 13.

For Team 360 Financial Killorglin, the top scorers were Xabier Arriaga Alonso (13), Eoin O'Sullivan (10) & Allan Thomas (7).

There was a contrast in fortunes between the teams, as this result spelled the seventh game without a win for Killorglin.

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors got back to winning ways following last week’s defeat to DBS Éanna, as they enjoyed a comfortable 90-49 victory over Moycullen when they met on Saturday evening.

The result was enough to ensure that the Kerry side kept some breathing space in second place in the South Conference. Aaron Calixte stood out for Garvey’s Tralee Warriors with a 26-point showing, to go with 14 from Daniel Jokubaitis and 10 from Niko Roso.

As for Moycullen, they are still rooted to the bottom, but their recent wins have shown signs of promise. Standing out on the day for Moycullen were scorers Ayberk Taylan (17), Kyle Cunningham (7) & Grant Olsson (7).

Fourth played third in the North Conference, as Belfast Star and Killester locked horns. The fixture was the first time that Belfast Star have played in front of their home crowd in almost two months. An 84-74 score line in a tight affair was enough to secure the victory for the home supporters, who led 40-34 at half-time.

Tallies from Max Cooper (21), Jonny Foulds (14) & Shon Briggs (13) were the highlights for the winners. As for Killester, they drop to fifth following this loss. Kason Harrell had an excellent game with 26 points, while Tomás Fernández Zerola (18) and Ciaran Roe (12) also impressed.

In a Dublin battle, it was UCD Marian who came out on top against Bright DCU Saints, picking up where they left off against C&S Neptune last time out. A 77-61 for the UCD Marian side brings them up to third spot in the North Conference.

The damage was done in the first two quarters, as they led 42-24 at the break. Srdjan Stojanovic (23), Jon Jean (17) & Conor Meany (14) contributed to the point scoring for the winners.

For DCU Saints, Ben Durox topped their charts with 13, followed by Julius Brooks on nine and both Kevin Lacey and Jeff Gordon on eight.

DBS Éanna had a little too much for a valiant Griffith College Templeogue in their encounter, winning on a 93-80 scoreline to continue their impressive run of form.

That makes it nine wins out of 11 for DBS Éanna, in contrast with two defeats on the trot for Griffith College Templeogue.

Romonn Nelson (24), Stefan Zecevic (23) & Mark Reynolds (16) were the top scorers for DBS Éanna, while Lorcan Murphy (26) topped the scoring chart for Griffith College Templeogue, followed by Darren Townes on 19 and Stephen James with 12.

It was heartbreak once again for NUIG Maree against C&S Neptune - having lost to them already in the league and also in the Pat Duffy Cup semi-finals.

The Cork club came out victors by the narrowest of margins in a cracker of a game, that saw C&S Neptune eventually win 87-86.

The top scorers for the winners were Roy Downey (23), Miles Washington (19) & Nil Sabata (17). For NUIG Maree, the scoring was led by the 26-point tally of Jeryn Lucas, followed by Lovre Tvrdic on 13 and both Luka Krajlic & Stephen Commins coming in with 10 each.

In the Super League, WIT Waterford Wildcats joined The Address UCC Glanmire at the top of the table following a comfortable win over IT Carlow Basketball on Sunday.

IT Carlow are still looking for their first elusive win in the competition. A scoring masterclass came from Rachel Thompson for Wildcats, as she scored a massive 45 points.

Helena Rowan (18) and Elizabeth Connolly (17) also made a big impact for the Waterford side. Lauren LaPlant endeavoured to keep IT Carlow in the running, scoring 22 points, as did Alyssa Velles (11).

It was Fr Mathews who took home the points in their clash with Killester in a high-scoring game that ended up 100-62.

Shannon Brady & Gráínne Dwyer took centre stage with 29 and 23 points respectively, while Aisling McCann contributed with 11 of her own for the victors. Myah Taylor led the Killester offensive with 24 points, followed by Shannon Powell (15) and Rebecca Nagle (10), as they slipped to a second consecutive defeat.

Team Garvey’s St Mary’s lost out to Trinity Meteors. In what has been a mixed season for Trinity Meteors, they were made to work hard for their second win in five games. With Trinity Meteors in the driving seat (33-17) at the halfway mark, a third quarter rally from St Mary’s left the scoreboard at 44-38, leaving the game finely poised for the last. However, Meteors showed their mettle and held out for a 68-56 victory.

On Sunday Singleton SuperValu Brunell took the spoils when they visited DCU Mercy, a contest that went down to the wire. The evenly-matched sides forced overtime after the score line sat at 72-72 at the end of regular time.

However, it was the Cork side that dug deep, scoring 16 points in the extra period, finishing victors, 88-76.

Kwanza Murray dazzled once again for Brunell, scoring 32 points, backed up by her teammates Shannon Ryan (24) and Edel Thornton (19). Alarie Mayze (19), Bailey Greenberg (15) and Rachel Huijsdens (12), all represented well for DCU Mercy on the scoreboard.

NUIG Maree head coach Charlie Crowley dedicated Saturday’s game to honour Bruce Kelliher, a club member who tragically passed away last week. A minutes silence was observed in honour of Kelliher prior to the game.

Results: Super League:

Trinity Meteors 68-56 Team Garvey's St Mary’s

Fr. Mathews 100-62 Killester

DCU Mercy 76-88 Singleton Supervalu Brunell [AOT]

IT Carlow Basketball 57-103 WIT Waterford Wildcats

The Address UCC Glanmire P-P Leixlip Amenities Liffey Celtics Super League

Tradehouse Central Ballincollig 86-42 Team 360 Financial Killorglin

Belfast Star 84-74 Killester

Bright DCU Saints 61-77 UCD Marian

DBS Éanna 93-80 Griffith College Templeogue

NUIG Maree 86-87 C&S Neptune

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors 90-49 Moycullen Division 1

LYIT Donegal P-P Phoenix Rockets

Ulster University 82-58 Swords Thunder

Limerick Celtics 93-86 Portlaoise Panthers [AOT]

Marble City Hawks 66-79 Tipperary Knights

Marble City Hawks 46-55 Griffith College Templeogue Division 1

Titans 60-69 McGowan’s Tolka Rovers

Portlaoise Panthers 58-55 Fr. Mathews

Limerick Celtics 59-55 Killarney Cougars

Ulster University 87-101 EJ Sligo All Stars

Drogheda Wolves 66-74 Grand Hotel Malahide

Scotts Lakers 110-76 WIT Vikings

Abbey Seals Dublin Lions 119-67 LYIT Donegal

IT Carlow Basketball 99-92 Limerick Sport Eagles