Toulouse enhanced their Heineken Champions Cup credentials on Saturday by sweeping aside Montpellier 27-14 in a TOP 14 clash at the Stade Ernest Wallon. 

Fly-half Zack Holmes scored 15 points for the four-time European Cup winners, who fell 11-7 behind, before tries from the 28-year-old and flanker Francois Cros secured a fifth consecutive domestic success. 

The Pool 1 runners-up will be looking to maintain that form ahead of their Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final against 2018 finalists Racing 92 on March 31. You can watch that tie live on BT Sport, FR2 and beIN SPORTS. 

Several Toulouse players also had success on the international stage on Saturday, with fly-half Romain Ntamack, wing Yoann Huget and full-back Thomas Ramos all getting on the scoresheet in France’s 27-10 Six Nations victory over Scotland in Paris. 

Ntamack finished an exceptional counter-attack after 12 minutes and Huget dotted down just after half-time, while Ramos – making just his second Test appearance – kicked five points. 

Saracens full-back Liam Williams also impressed in the Six Nations Championship on Saturday, being named man of the match as Wales fought back from 10-3 down to defeat England 21-13 in Cardiff. 

The 27-year-old made 52 metres from 18 carries and was exceptional under the high ball throughout the match, when clubmate Owen Farrell kicked eight points for England. 

The two-time European champions host Glasgow Warriors on March 30 in their Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final, which will be televised live on BT Sport and beIN SPORTS. 

On Sunday Ulster Rugby wing Jacob Stockdale scored a spectacular first-half try as Ireland saw off a dogged Italy side 26-16 in Rome. 

The 22-year-old – who has six Heineken Champions Cup tries from as many matches – will be hoping his form continues on March 30, when his province travel to face defending champions Leinster Rugby in Dublin in the last eight. The tie is live on BT Sport and beIN SPORTS.