Both Panthers' squads claimed a victory at home in St. Mary's Hall at the weekend.
Portlaoise Panthers maintained their place in second in MissQuote.ie Division One table at the weekend.
The women's squad got the better of Moy Tolka Rovers in St. Mary's Hall in Portlaoise to widen the gap between the two sides to six points.
The scoreline in that game was 84 -71 at the final whistle.
12 points seperate Panthers from league leaders McEvoy's Cavan Eagles after the weekend's fixtures.
The men's squad claimed a victory at home on Saturday, hammering SETU Waterford Vikings.
That game finished 92-68.
The result leaves the Panthers in 11th place on the table, tied at 18 points with Abbey Seals Dublin Lions.