Round 4 of the Champions Cup kicked off on Friday evening with Ulster and Exeter Chiefs both claiming bonus point victories.
Here our players of the day:
Louis Ludik - Ulster
The South African was a threat every single time he touched the ball and carved up 101 running metres during the clash. He also played at fullback and wing and was equally impressive in both positions.
Billy Burns - Ulster
Burns had an exceptional game for Ulster and was rightfully named the man of the match. His kicks out of hand were pinpoint, one of which led to a try for Jacob Stockdale.
He dictated play and combined nicely with the players around him as Ulster took the game away from the Scarlets.
📅 12/12/18 - Named BBC Sport Northern Ireland Personality of Year 🏆— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) December 14, 2018
📅14/12/18 - Another day at the office 🏉
Jacob Stockdale does it again for Ulster 🔥 pic.twitter.com/kuyExArnLI
Iain Henderson - Ulster
Henderson grabbed two tries from close range for the home side as they beat Scarlet 30-15.
He was powerful with all 13 of his carries and weighed-in with 12 tackles. His lineout work was solid and failed to miss a tackle all evening.
Gareth Davies - Scarlets
The lively halfback was one of Scarlets most potent weapons against Ulster racking 93 running metres.
He tested the defence around the fringes regularly making 2 clean breaks, beating 2 defenders and got a try assist.
Jack Yeandle - Exeter Chiefs
Jason Woodward - Gloucester
"Shadow boxing and stitching everybody in front of him!" 🥊— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) December 14, 2018
Gloucester must be sick of @ExeterChiefs' Santiago Cordero 🇦🇷
He beat 17 defenders against @gloucesterrugby last weekend and he's at it again tonight! 🏉 pic.twitter.com/EpVusCbDsx