Will Greenwood selects his favourite five moments including a hat-trick for a tighthead prop and CJ Stander on player mic.
Mike Ford has insisted that he has no problems acting as an assistant to head coach Diego Dominguez at Toulon.
Three Ireland internationals are joined by six Premiership players while two Top 14 hat-trick heroes battle it out for a place on the wing.
Stuart Barnes on Harlequins beating Saracens, Johnny Sexton's bright start to the season and positives for Italian rugby.
Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi is set to miss England's autumn internationals due to a groin injury.
Owen Williams kicked 17 points as Leicester ended Bath's 100 per cent record with a 34-14 Aviva Premiership victory.
Former Bath boss Mike Ford has been appointed backs coach at French Top 14 club Toulon.
The Scarlets ended a run of five defeats to claim their first win of the season in a tight 17-8 defeat of Connacht.
Dai Young eased fears over Danny Cipriani after the fly-half left the field with a head injury in Wasps' victory over Saints.
John Kingston praised the reinforcements that helped Harlequins overcome a mass of injuries to claim victory over Saracens.
Cardiff Blues survived a scare from Zebre on Saturday to notch their fourth victory in as many games.
Conor Murray's brace of tries helped Munster emerge as 28-14 bonus-point winners over Edinburgh at Thomond Park.
Sale came back from trailing 31-17 to gain a late draw against Worcester in a nine-try thriller at Sixways.
Saracens slumped to their first defeat in six months as Harlequins stunned the double winners 17-10 at the Stoop.
Newcastle secured a second Premiership win of the season as they surprised Gloucester with an 18-13 win at Kingsholm.
Wasps maintained their unbeaten start to the Aviva Premiership season with a 20-15 victory against a sloppy Northampton.
Ulster made it four wins from four with a 22-17 victory at Glasgow which lifted them to the top of the PRO12 table.
Johnny Sexton marked his first game of the season with 16 points as Leinster ran out 31-19 winners over the Ospreys.
Exeter underlined the huge task facing Bristol to secure top-flight survival this season as they ran out 41-17 winners at Ashton Gate.
Treviso claimed their first victory of the season at the fourth attempt as they won 27-11 at home to the Dragons.
Barbarians v South Africa
5th November 2016