At the end of another week of crisis, Saracens had rare cause for cheer as they reached the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup.
Northampton Saints and Glasgow Warriors did all they could to stay in the European Champions Cup, while Ulster are definitely through.
A thrashing of Lyon ensured Leinster made it five wins from five in the European Champions Cup, while Racing 92 reached the last eight.
Rhys Carre's early red card made life difficult for Saracens, but they still defeated Ospreys in the European Champions Cup.
La Rochelle kept their hopes of progressing in the European Champions Cup alive by beating Sale Sharks, while Harlequins edged out Bath.
Lyon are reportedly targeting Ireland fly-half Johnny Sexton, but Leinster insist there has been no suggestion he will leave the province.
Brothers Joe and Sam Simmonds were influential as Exeter Chiefs moved to the brink of a quarter-final spot in Europe.
Saracens claim a derogatory comment made to Jamie George by Munster's chief medic sparked a fracas at Allianz Park.
Brothers Billy and Mako Vunipola played starring roles as reigning champions Saracens defeated Munster in the European Champions Cup.
Juan Imhoff scored two of Racing 92's six tries as they beat Ospreys 40-27 to increase their lead at the top of Pool 4.