With a quarter of the 2017/18 Aviva Premiership season now complete, here are the best tries, moments and reaction from round six before the European fixtures begin.
Quins show their quality
On Friday night, Harlequins secured a bonus-point win with a comfortable win over Sale.
The combination of England scrum half Danny Care and wing Tim Visser got two of the Quins tries.
But they didn't have it all their own way, with Sharks full back Mike Haley scoring one of the tries of the weekend.
Recent England call-up Joe Marchant was amongst the try scorers and gave his reaction to the win.
"We wanted to be ruthless and on the front foot and we did that today"— Harlequins (@Harlequins) October 6, 2017
Joe Marchant on the win over Sale Sharks pic.twitter.com/1B5FCXOzHN
Champions Exeter returned to the top of the table temporarily with a clinical display against an in-form Newcastle at Sandy Park.
Chiefs No 8 Sam Simmonds continued his excellent start to the season.
Exeter's Australian scrum half Nic White gave his thoughts.
Gloucester beat round five leaders Northampton in front of their own fans, keeping up a record of the home team winning in every fixture they have played this season.
Henry Trinder scored twice at Kingsholm in their five-try haul.
Ed Slater was a happy man.
Loved the performance from the boys today, to produce that after a disappointing week shows the foundations are there. #glawsfamily— Ed Slater (@edslater) October 7, 2017
Tigers edge it at Mad Stad
Leicester made it four wins in row as they battled past London Irish.
England wing Jonny May got his now customary try.
England Under 20 flanker Will Evans got one of the Tigers scores and gave his thoughts afterwards.
A lovely Brew
Bath downed bottom side Worcester with wing Aled Brew going over twice.Not on the field this week, Matt Banahan got behind the mic to interview the two-try wing.
Great to get my first prem game with @bathrugby yesterday even better with a bonus point win ⚫️⚪️— Josh Lewis (@Josh10Lewis) October 8, 2017
The talented Mr George
In Sunday's only game, Saracens were at their clinical best against an injury-hit Wasps side.
England hooker Jamie George grabbed the headlines with his hat-trick.
It was a memorable day for the Sarries skipper as he celebrated nine years at the club reaching this milestone.