MK Mustangs were gifted a victory in their National League fixture against Bristol Storm after a flu bug swept through the Storm camp.
Mustangs are currently second in the table, and face a trip to Southampton Sharks on Saturday.
The U15s side were unlucky to come out on the losing side though as they took on league leaders Worthing Thunder.
Star man Kadessi Alassani, who has recently been picked for England U15s, had a great game, as did Tomaz Lozano and Sidiks Sery but they came up short, losing 55-53.
There was also bad luck for the U13s in their local derby against table topping Bucks Hornets.
The depth of squad kept the pressure on the top of the league team who heavily relied on one player to score the majority of the Hornets’ points.
Harjot Singh’s incredible three point shooting was a standout, while excellent defence by Juan Kunakah and Jeremy Sochan kept the scores low, and a solid but quiet performance by Mohammed Elnur couldn’t help the side to victory, eventual going down 50-44, with every player getting court time.