The Aviva Premiership reached a quarter of the way through the campaign this weekend and there was another feast of tries, a triple century up for one boss and an England wing continuing his try-scoring run - here are some of the best social media posts you might have missed.
Friday got going in some style as Harlequins scored some eye-pleasing tries, including this opener set up by England's Danny Care.
Quins wing Tim Visser got onto another Care kick in the second half in his first game back in front of the home fans this season.
Loved being back at the stoop with the boys yesterday. Fantastic win just in time for Europe! pic.twitter.com/MacJlaEwnp— Tim Visser (@timbovisser) October 7, 2017
And Joe Marler had some dressing room fun after the match.
Before the game, Care met up with old team mate Ugo Monye as they spoke about family life.
On to Saturday and Newcastle had to settle coming away with a bonus-point from Sandy Park, but their main man hit an incredible milestone.
It was a match of milestones for champions Exeter who returned to the top of the table by beating the Falcons, as Jack Yeandle and Ben Moon hit 100 and 150 appearances respectively.
There were some familiar faces in the Chiefs press box, including ex-England centre Jeremy Guscott.
The Exeter run continues.
Worcester remain winless this season after their loss at Bath, but you cannot question their commitment with the hits they are willing to take...
Bath's scrum half took time to thank the fans.
Henry Trinder led the Gloucester celebrations after they beat Northampton at Kingsholm.
There's a song being sung... pic.twitter.com/qh1h2jVXON— Gloucester Rugby (@gloucesterrugby) October 7, 2017
Leicester beat London Irish with England wing Jonny May keeping up his try scoring feats in 2017/2018.
There was a cheeky moment for England prop Ellis Genge.
But the Exiles scored a last minute try to secure a losing bonus-point and something to build on.
A better outcome today! We working hard on reducing those early tries! Great spirit and mentality from the @LiRFC lads!Thanks for support!☘️— Petrus du Plessis (@PetrusduPlessis) October 7, 2017
The birthday boy will hope to celebrate with a win against Saracens in Sunday's only game.
A sold out Allianz Park should provide some more entertainment on Sunday afternoon, with the Sarries skipper hitting 200 not out.
Signed by Eddie Jones. A debut at Vicarage Road replacing Owen's dad. It's Brad Barritt's 200th Sarries' game V Wasps 2.30pm @btsportrugby— Nick Mullins (@andNickMullins) October 8, 2017