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After losing to Ospreys, Ulster bounced back by defeating Cheetahs, while Glasgow Warriors beat Dragons to move into third in Conference A.
The Ospreys claimed only their second Pro14 win over the season at the expense of high-flying Ulster in a stormy Swansea.
Joseph Dweba crossed twice as the Cheetahs ran in seven tries to beat Southern Kings again, albeit this time in emphatic fashion.
Rhyno Smith scored twice in the closing stages against Southern Kings to again secure the bragging rights for the Cheetahs.
Ospreys were boosted by George North's return but still could not see off Dragons in Pro14.
Having beaten Glasgow Warriors in the Pro14 final in May, Leinster were victorious again at Scotstoun as Cian Kelleher scored a brace.
Munster were delighted to have Andrew Conway back in Pro14 action as he settled an all-Irish affair with Ulster.
After succumbing to a thrashing against Edinburgh in their previous match, Scarlets narrowly beat Cheetahs in Pro14.
The standout team in Pro14 could only manage a 3-0 win against winless Zebre as Leinster struggled on Saturday.
Friday's Pro14 fixtures saw a trio of easy victories as the Cheetahs, Leinster and Connacht all won by big margins.
Ulster suffered a hammering in Bloemfontein, where wing Anthony Volmink scored three of nine tries for the Cheetahs.
Ruan Pienaar inspired the Cheetahs to victory over the Glasgow Warriors on Friday, while Ulster were too good for the Ospreys.
The Lions almost repeated August's Currie Cup fightback against the Cheetahs in Saturday's final, falling short as their opponents held on.
Franco Smith has accepted the opportunity to coach at international level with perennial Six Nations strugglers Italy.