Round three is complete, here is all the action and reaction from the weekend...
Chiefs down Warriors
Exeter are well truly back in the groove after their opening-day blip.
Henry Slade gave his thoughts after the five-try victory.
Saints overpower Bath
England lock Courtney Lawes was among the scorers as Northampton defeated Bath.
Jim Mallinder paid tribute to his side after the victory.
"If you want to beat big sides, you've got to be physical. We've stepped that up, now we've got to continue."— Northampton Saints (@SaintsRugby) September 16, 2017
Jim on last night's win... pic.twitter.com/xykGDNAOuB
Sharks off the mark
Sale had a first win over the season, defeating new boys London Irish.
Denny Solomona was in fine form on Friday.
Sarries in the groove
Saracens made it two wins from two from games played in the USA.
Now it's back home for the Sarries squad.
Tigers up and running
Leicester were clinical when it mattered in front of their own fans.
He will be missing for a while with injury, but Manu enjoyed the performance of his team with his watching brief on Saturday.
Quins show grit at Wasps
Harlequins ended Wasps' 20-game winning run at the Ricoh Arena.
After a meeting of minds between England team mates Joe Marler and James Haskell during the game, they were back to respecting each other afterwards.
From fighting each other to a full time hug— BT Sport Rugby (@btsportrugby) September 18, 2017
The true values of rugby are right here... pic.twitter.com/bBAEIAKexY
Despite Wasps' disappointment, there was a milestone reached by their fly half.
England wing, and try scorer, Marland Yarde was a happy man with five points.
Watch Now | Marland Yarde following the 21-24 win over Wasps https://t.co/dgnrSGLa29— Harlequins (@Harlequins) September 17, 2017