11. George North, Northampton Saints
It took 44 minutes to come, but George North opened the try scoring against Harlequins this weekend, spotting Charlie Walker as a weakness and barrelling through his opposite number to touch down after collecting a visitors' clearance.
North's 65 metres carried was the most of any player in the match, beating three defenders and forcing three turnovers along the way.
12. Gordon D'Arcy, Leinster
Matters were tight against Connacht, but a late Leinster try courtesy of Gordon D'Arcy was the finishing touch that Leinster needed to win at the Sportsground and prevent the hosts from claiming even a bonus point in the end.
The Irishman carried for 52 metres in total, but more importantly, contributed more tackles than any other back on the day, notching 10 in what was a solid defensive outing.
13. Jared Payne, Ulster
And it was another Irish province star, Jared Payne, who comes into the centre this week after rampaging to a mammoth 136 metres carried in the 29-19 win over Munster.
Coming into his line time and again, the fullback finally got his just rewards when Paddy Jackson chipped through for Payne to touch down among a horde of visitors' bodies.
14. Ratu Alipate Raitini, Grenoble
In what was a monumental result for the Top 14's playoff hopefuls, Grenoble's shocking 22-21 away triumph over Toulon came thanks to an intercept try that Ratu Alipate Raitini will remember for the rest of his days.
The winger's awareness to break his line among strong opposition numbers was great, but the Fijian flyer had a constant buzz about him off the right wing, ever eager to get the ball in hand and do damage.
Special mention for Toulouse's Maxime Medard, who gave his side the means to cruise past Clermont.
15. James O'Connor, London Irish
Nobody shone brighter than James O'Connor at the Madejski Stadium this weekend as the Australian produced the kind of display that London Irish fans have been waiting for since his arrival was announced.
The utility back scored all 22 of his side's points in the victory over Worcester, which included a try as well as a lot of security from the kicking tee.
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