Round one of the Challenge Cup is done and dusted!! We take a look at some of the top performers from the weekend's action.
Tyler Morgan - Dragons
The 100kgs outside centre was outstanding against the Timisoara Dragons and showed so much confidence with ball in contact.
The pick of his plays was a run he made at the stroke of half-time which started from inside his own 22.
It was a near solo try however with good support he still managed to assist Dafydd Howells who crossed over.
Lewis Evans – Flyhalf (Dragons)
Controlled the set plays well to give the Dragons much needed go forward ball.
He was also good with the boot kicking 6 out of 7 attempts at goal, however, it was his try in the 51 st minute that caught the eye of many.
Too close to the line the 26-year-old powered over the line.
Tommaso Allan - Benetton:
Ran in two tries and controlled the match brilliantly, also kicked four from four with the kicking tee.
Allan made over 100 running metres and got the likes of Jayden Hayward and Iliesa Ratuva Tavuyara into space to do the same.
To make his performance even more remarkable he played just an hour of footy against Grenoble.
Matthew Screech – Dragons
The 25-year-old Welshman was an instrumental pillar come lineout time against Saints.
He made 3 line out steals with the second in a crucial position that led to Leon Brown's try.
The former under 20 international was also a force to be reckoned with in the tight play as he made some telling hits on defence to knock the opposition behind the advantage line.
Paul Jordaan - La Rochelle
Run your finger over the La Rochelle starting line up and you fail to find a player that did not have a good game against Enisei-STM.
Jordaan a key cog in the La Rochelle attack as they ripped the Enisei-STM defence apart in ruthless performance where they scored 12 tries in an 82-21 victory.
Faf de Klerk – Sale Sharks
After a string of good performances for his national side, he would have looked to carry that form into the game tonight.
He did not disappoint as he managed to keep the scoreboard ticking while providing a solid boot off the base of the maul and ruck.
The man seems to have an everlasting battery life putting in a stellar 70-minute performance after playing almost every single minute of the Rugby Championship.
Byron McGuigan – Sale Sharks
An absolutely instrumental performance by Namibian-born flyer.
It was his first try that got the scoring underway and that led to him scoring two more to end the night off with a hat-trick of tries.
His first try of the game was a brilliant finish in the corner and he was also good in defence in the outside channels an outstanding overall performance tonight.
Father time has certainly been kind to the 33-year-old Welsh international as he notched 10 points through a try, a conversion and a penalty - all that was missing was a drop goal.
Hook stepped up to lead his side to victory following the injury to the in-form Sam Davies.