The Maitland Mustangs defeated the Bankstown Bruins in their best team and four-quarter performance of the season.
Led by a game-high 24 points to skipper Terrell Turner, the Mustangs had four players in double figures and clocked up 20 points or more each quarter to run out 90-79 winners at the Maitland Federation Centre.
Isaiah Ellis continues to impress with a double-double performance of 22 points and 12 rebounds. Daniel Millburn had another fine all-round performance with 14 points and six rebounds.
Jack Edwards was outstanding in probably his best game of the season.
His strong all-round performance included 13 points, five rebounds, six assists and four steals.
The Mustangs got great service from their bench as well with Jason Duerden and James McAnulty both landing 5 points.
Maitland jump to fourth on the Waratah Champions League table equal on points with Manly with four wins from their six games.
The Mustangs will look to bank another win when they travel on Saturday to take on the Hornsby Ku Ring Gai Spiders, who are still without a win.
The Mustangs Championship Women are getting closer to a win going down to Bankstown 64-57 on Saturday.
Alyssa Bennett collected her second double-double of the season with 16 points and 14 rebounds. Shakera Reilly had another outstanding game with 10 points and six rebounds, while Amanda Bendeich pulled in nine rebounds and scored six points.
Amy Carey and Deanne Tonkin both scored six points and Hannah Fox and Nicole Peever both landed five each.
The Maitland Mustangs Youth Men led by 25 points to Taiga Cantor had a 79-75 win against Bankstown. Riley Markovich scored 16, Keegan Harvey 14 and Riley Villacampa 10.
Maitland's Youth Women lost on the road against Sydney Comets on Sunday, going down 78-61. Hannah Griffin landed 18 points, Rachel Williams and Taylah Bultitude both scored 13 and Shakera Reilly scored 10.