Voting has now opened to decide your MVP for Super Rugby Pacific Round Five.
Whilst a number of games were postponed, there were plenty of players that stood up across the weekend.
The round kicked off in Canberra with the Brumbies avenging their Super Rugby AU Final defeat against the Queensland Reds. Lock Nick Frost was the hero for the hosts, producing a number of key turnovers and tackles to secure the victory.
Centre Hunter Paisami was immense in the defeat, setting the tempo in defence with a number of brutal hits whilst breaking three tackles on the back of a number of damaging runs.
This was followed by a Saturday triple-header, starting with the Western Force claiming the after-the-siren win over Fijian Drua at Leichhardt Oval. Back-rower Fergus Lee-Warner was inspirational across the park, producing a game-high 15 carries and 20 tackles, along with a crucial try.
Meanwhile, Drua flyer Vinaya Habosi was unstoppable on the wing, blistering the Force defence with ball in hand, recording two line breaks, four tackle busts and a try.
Across the Tasman, the Chiefs produced a dominant display to easily account for Moana Pasifika. Pita Gus Sowakula was integral in the thumping, throwing a freak offload to set up a try whilst crossing for one of his own.
Pasifika winger Neria Fomai tried to will his side over the line, breaking a number of tackles along with crossing for a try.
To finish off the round, the action headed to the SCG where the Waratahs hung on for victory against the Rebels. Centre Lalakai Foketi is one of the key reasons for this, producing an incredible solo effort to score a great try and seal the win.
As for the Rebels, winger Glen Vaihu was electric from the kick-off, running for 136 metres as well as making three line breaks and two tackle busts.
To vote for you MVP, go to mvp.super.rugby before voting closes on Wednesday 5pm (AEDT)/7pm (NZT)