Ireland international Garry Ringrose made a successful return from ankle surgery as Leinster ran in 10 tries in a 64-7 PRO14 win over the Southern Kings at the RDS.
Craig Gilroy raced in for a hat trick of tries to mark Ulster's first game since the departure of coach Les Kiss as the 59-10 destruction of the Kings saw Joy Neville become the first female referee in the PRO14.
Nico Lee scored a hat trick of tries to help the Cheetahs to a 45-21 Guinness PRO14 win over Southern Kings at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Edinburgh got back to winning ways with a comfortable 37-7 bonus point win over hapless Southern Kings at Myreside.
Sam Hidalgo-Clyne came off the bench to bag a hat trick and set up another try as Edinburgh surged to a 48-21 victory over Southern Kings.
Worcester have bolstered their options at hooker with the signing of Kurt Haupt.
Ulster staged a superb second-half fightback to record a 43-36 Guinness Pro14 win over Southern Kings after trailing 22-10 at the break in Port Elizabeth.
Glasgow got that winning feeling back but were once again far from their best against newcomers Southern Kings at Scotstoun
Angelo Esposito scored a try in each half as Treviso claimed a 31-3 bonus point win over Southern Kings in the PRO14 match at Stadio Comunale Di Monigo on Saturday.
The Dragons secured their second PRO14 victory in five matches with a bonus-point 29-13 triumph over South African newcomers Southern Kings at Rodney Parade.
South Africa's Southern Kings continued their poor start to their inaugural Pro14 campaign with a 43-17 home loss to Italian side Zebre in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
Leinster ran in five tries to secure a bonus-point 31-10 PRO14 victory over the Southern Kings at a sparsely populated Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Leinster captain Isa Nacewa and fellow New Zealander Jamison Gibson-Park have been refused entry to South Africa and will miss their side's upcoming PRO14 fixtures.
Connacht posted their first Guinness PRO14 win under new coach Kieran Keane, sweeping past the Southern Kings 32-10 at the Sportsground.
Leigh Halfpenny scored a try on his debut as Scarlets opened the defence of their title with a thumping 57-10 victory over PRO14 new boys Southern Kings.
Free State Cheetahs and Southern Kings are preparing for the start of a new chapter in their history when they enter the Celtic League's PRO14 competition.
Deon Davids has signed a new three-year deal that will see him lead the Southern Kings into their first PRO14 season.
South African franchise the Cheetahs will get their first taste of PRO14 action on Friday, Sept. 1 as they take on Ulster at Kingspan Stadium.
It is not difficult to see why Celtic Rugby would jump at the chance to breath new life into the rebranded PRO14. But the organisers face issues as they attempt to make the expansion work.
Tuesday brought official confirmation that South African sides the Cheetahs and Southern Kings would, as expected, join an expanded PRO14 competition. But what will the new championship look like?
The PRO12 organisers have confirmed that the competition will expand to include two South African sides from the start of this season.
Aviva Premiership champions Exeter Chiefs have signed Southern Kings forward Wilhelm van der Sluys.
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- STHK11thTRIES SCORED 1st Munster : 39 Tries ScoredMUNST1st1739
- STHK14thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Glasgow Warriors : 155 Points DifferenceGLASG1st-201155