Scottish wing duo Tommy Seymour and Byron McGuigan were both among the tries in club action, having featured for Scotland during the Guinness Six Nations.
Seymour was in action for Glasgow Warriors, scoring the third try in a 30-7 win over Ulster, while McGuigan crossed for Sale in their 28-17 win over Harlequins.
Elsewhere on Friday night, a quartet of Ireland internationals scored tries for Munster as they overcame Cardiff Blues 45-21.
SEYMOUR BOUNCES BACK
Seymour started the first four games of the Championship for Scotland, before injury ruled him out of the Calcutta Cup draw with England at Twickenham.
However he made a scoring return for the Warriors in their Guinness PRO14 clash with Ulster, going over early in the second half.
It was a fine night for Glasgow’s Scotland contingent, with front row pair Fraser Brown and Zander Fagerson also getting tries.
Adam Hastings pulled the strings from fly-half, kicking ten points and also chipping in with a first-half try as Glasgow secured a play-off place.
McGUIGAN ON SONG
Seymour was not the only Scotland winger to impress, with compatriot McGuigan in form for Sale in their clash with Harlequins.
McGuigan replaced Seymour in the Guinness Six Nations clash with Wales, before taking over the starting role for the clash with England.
On Friday for Sale it was his try right at the end of the first half that set Sale on course for victory over Harlequins in their bid for a top four spot.
IRELAND CONTINGENT SHINE FOR MUNSTER
Chris Farrell was one of the stars of the show for Munster in the final game on Friday, scoring a try and producing a typically powerful display in the midfield.
While Ireland colleague Peter O’Mahony was named man of the match, having twice done so during the Guinness Six Nations, Farrell was crucial to Munster’s challenge in a victory over Cardiff Blues that was tight for an hour.
Farrell had got the ball rolling on 18 minutes with the opening try, while he also played a key role in fellow Ireland back Andrew Conway’s score.
CJ Stander came off the bench to help Munster turn the tide, with Wales scrum-half Tomos Williams having scored the first of two Blues tries as they led in the second half.
And Conor Murray then sealed the bonus point on the hour as Munster remained unbeaten at home in all competitions this season.