Prisons recorded a 35-33 win in the sole game of the round at the Lebanon House Court in Tudu; Galaxy lost its first game of the 2018 season at its home venue.
On the other hand, the win is Reformers first of the season after not competing in last season’s campaign due to administrative challenges.
The team lost by 20 to defending champions Braves of Customs in its first outing this season but recovered well to see out Galaxy’s threat.
Another win would have made Galaxy the first team in the division to register two wins in the young season; last season’s second placed side Ghana Navy isn’t competing this season.
Both teams will be involved in the next round of games with Prisons taking on Fire Service at home on Wednesday April 25.
Galaxy plays against Braves a day later at the same venue.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter