Heavy snow caused Wakefield Trinity's Super League clash with Widnes Vikings to be called off during the first half.
Liverpool responded to their Manchester United loss with an easy win over Watford – Mohamed Salah stealing the show with four goals.
Despite not playing their best rugby, Scotland coach Gregor Townsend was pleased at how his side battled back to beat Italy in Rome.
While Ireland claimed the Grand Slam, Wales earned second spot in the Six Nations with a tense win against France.
Marc Marquez was beaten to pole position by Johann Zarco in Qatar, the Frenchman breaking Valentino Rossi's 10-year track record.
There were wins for the Lions and the Stormers on Saturday, as the Sunwolves and the Blues stayed anchored to the bottom of the standings.
Ruthless Ireland claimed its third Grand Slam at Twickenham, Jacob Stockdale scoring a record-breaking try in a ruthless win over England.
There was a popular winner of the Milan-San Remo as Vincenzo Nibali claimed the opening Monument of the 2018 season.
West Brom remain winless away from home in the Premier League since August after Bournemouth came from behind to claim a 2-1 win.
Crystal Palace ended a run of four consecutive Premier League defeats and climbed out of the relegation zone with a key win at Huddersfield.