Scarlets may have fallen at the semi-final stage of the EPCR Challenge Cup, but they finished with the top scorer in the individual chart in fly-half Sam Costelow.

With Cardiff Rugby No.10 Rhys Priestland occupying second spot, you have to go down to third before you reach the first finalist in Glasgow Warriors’ George Horne. We review the top five below.

1 Sam Costelow (Scarlets) 62

The 22-year-old was an ever-present for the Welsh region as they reached the semi-finals before bowing out to Glasgow Warriors.

The Welsh international kicked 12 conversions and 11 penalties in his seven appearances, as well as scoring a try in Scarlets’ dramatic 32-30 home quarter-final win over ASM Clermont Auvergne.

2 Rhys Priestland (Cardiff Rugby) 57

Cardiff went out of the Challenge Cup in the quarter-finals, but Priestland was a huge reason they got that far with two tries, 16 conversions and two penalties.

The 36-year-old Welsh international fly-half was a second-half replacement in one of his six appearances and not the first-choice goalkicker in another, so did well to finish second in the chart.

3 George Horne (Glasgow Warriors) 51

The Scottish international scrum-half played in only two of Glasgow’s four pool games and didn’t score any points in either of those, but he really came into his own in the knockout stage.

The 28-year-old scored two tries, kicked 19 conversions and landed a penalty in four games to guide the Warriors to a best-ever EPCR runner-up finish.

4 Dan Biggar (RC Toulon) 39

The 33-year-old Wales fly-half shared the goalkicking duties in Toulon’s charge to the title, as he played 80 minutes only twice.

However, the former Northampton Saint was still as reliable as ever, kicking nine conversions and seven penalties, proving especially important in the French side’s 23-0 semi-final whitewash of Benetton Rugby, when he notched 13 points.

5 AJ MacGinty (Bristol Bears) 38

Bristol’s interest in the EPCR Challenge Cup ended in the Round of 16, but that wasn’t the fault of MacGinty, who achieved his tally in only four games.

The USA fly-half registered 13 conversions and four penalties, including 16 points in that 33-26 home loss to ASM Clermont Auvergne.