Wing: Alex Cuthbert, Cardiff Blues
Touching down for two well-deserved tries against Edinburgh, Alex Cuthbert was back to his attacking best at Cardiff Arms Park this past weekend.
The British and Irish Lion benefited from some great team play but was very assured in his own game, doing well to add the brace for his side in a 29-12 win.
Inside Centre: Chris Bell, London Wasps
Coming into the No. 12 spot to accommodate team selection, Chris Bell’s two-try contribution against Saracens wasn’t enough to prevent the home side from triumphing at Allianz Park.
That being said, the Wasps centre stood out in an attacking respect for the visitors and tied matters up well defensively for the most part.
Outside Centre: Thomas Combezou, Montpellier
Grabbing two of Montpellier’s six tries against Oyannax, Thomas Combezou was in prolific form against the Top 14 side that can do it all at home, but just can’t replicate the same form in unfamiliar territory.
A very physical outing from the Frenchman was perhaps helped by the referee slightly as he was arguably held before scrambling over for his first score, but a highly impressive display, regardless.
Wing: Yoann Huget, Toulouse
Yoann Huget showed all the finishing touches that Toulouse could ever want or need from one of their wingers, sealing for a massive hat-trick against Stade Francais.
Quite simply, the speedster was everywhere for the hosts over the weekend, coming into the line when needed but also knowing exactly when his presence was required more outside in what was a perfect performance in terms of positioning.
Aside from his offensive heroics, Huget also restrained the visitors well and was a huge help in defence.
Fullback: Leigh Halfpenny, Cardiff Blues
Kicking no less than 19 points in the win over Edinburgh, Leigh Halfpenny kept matters ticking over well against the Scottish visitors last weekend.
Reliable from the tee as ever, the Lions hero also injected his touch of speed into some attacks, with the rest of the back line seeing the benefits.