11. Napolioni Nalaga, Clermont Auvergne
Another week, another Team of the Week inclusion for Napolioni Nalaga, whom Scarlets will be glad to see the back of now that their two encounters against Clermont are through.
As willing as ever to hit the direct channels, the Fijian ran for more than 60 metres off just nine carries, scoring two tries, the first of which came before there was barely a minute of play on the watch.
12. Luther Burrell, Northampton Saints
Luther Burrell's performance was at times made to look slightly more glamorous thanks to the talents of Ken Pisi and George North, but the No. 12 put in a typically solid shift for the Saints just when it was needed most.
The 26-year-old added a crucial 13 tackles to the midfield cause, was reliable when called underneath any high ball and laid on some of the softest hands you'll see to link up well with his usually strong running ways.
13. George North, Northampton Saints
As if it wasn't good enough for the youngster to be making his name as one of the most talented wingers in the world, George North's career at outside centre took a considerable boost at the Aviva Stadium this weekend.
Up against the considerable challenge of Brian O'Driscoll, the Welshman coped brilliantly, missing only the one tackle and teaming up fluidly with his inside partner, scoring a sole try in the process.
14. Charlie Walker, Harlequins
Charlie Walker proved his worth on the Sevens circuit over the summer, and the soon-to-be 22-year-old is now strutting his stuff well in the full XV, scoring Harlequins' crucial and only try against Racing Metro this weekend.
The winger's tally of 102 metres set a strong precedent for the English hosts, with Walker's potent blend of pace and agility allowing him to make three clean line breaks, beating three defenders in the process.
15. Luke Arscott, Exeter Chiefs
Arguably the performance of the weekend, Luke Arscott's display at full-back for Exeter Chiefs this weekend may not have been enough to give the visiting outfit a win in Toulon, but the Top 14 hosts did get a bit of a fright thanks to the 29-year-old.
Although he didn't get on the score sheet during the 32-30 loss, 191 metres gained with ball in hand, 11 defenders beaten and no missed tackles is a pretty spotless outing by any standards.