Connacht booked their place in the quarterfinals of the Challenge Cup after a 24-24 draw with Worcester.
Who stood out in the latest rounds of Top 14 action to impress former Toulon, Newcastle and England back Tom May?
Newcastle edged out the Dragons to maintain their 100 percent Challenge Cup record and cement top spot in Pool 1 with a 27-25 win at Rodney Parade.
Ollie Thorley scored a try in each half as Gloucester came from behind to claim a 33-26 bonus-point win over Zebre in European Challenge Cup Pool Three, while there was also wins for Newcastle, Sale and Worcester.
Anthony Tuitavake was sent off as Racing 92 lost 23-19 at Agen in the Top 14.
With Top 14 rugby kicking off on Saturday, we look at every club in France's elite division and try to predict where they will end up next June.
Toulouse gave their Top 14 play-off hopes a shot in the arm with a 12-10 victory over a disjointed Toulon.
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- OYONN13thTRIES SCORED 1st Montpellier Herault : 73 Tries ScoredMONTP1st3973
- OYONN13thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Toulon : 168 Points DifferenceTOUL1st-218168