In a week that Canterbury took the Ranfurly Shield off Waikato, there were a number of players catching our attention.
Here's a look at the top 5 point scorers from last week's action:
1. Jordie Barrett - 28 points for Canterbury
A solid performance from Barrett contributed in the team's 15th win of the Ranfurly Shield.
He notched up 28 points and reached the try line once in a week where Canterbury played twice.
2. Simon Hickey - 24 points for Auckland
22-year-old Hickey showed impressive activity for Auckland, making 5 conversions, a try and 3 kicks, and by the final whistle had bagged 24 points for his team.
3. Peter Breen - 23 points for Northland
Breen's performance proved that his signing for Auckland this year couldn't have come at a better time.
With 23 points scored, he makes the list as the 3rd highest point scorer, just 5 points shy from leveling with Barret.
4. Jordan Trainor - 20 points for Waikato
Sharpening his skills with the Waikato Under 19s, Trainor's versatility helped him gain the most points for Waikato last week with a total of 20 from 3 conversions, a try and 3 kicks in both Waikato's games
4. Ihaia West - 20 points for Hawkes Bay
West has been a great asset for Blues in 2014 where he scored a try on his debut, his inclusion into the Hawkes Bay squad is no different.
He notched up 20 points and is joint 4th highest point scorer from last weekend.
5. Marty Banks - 15 points for Tasman Makos
The 27-year-old's accurate foot have made him a prolific goal kicker, kicking up 15 points for the Tasman Makos and contributing in the team's victory over Counties Manukau.
Rieko Ioane - 15 points for Auckland
Richie Mo'unga - 15 points for Canterbury
Jackson-Garden Bachop - 15 points for Wellington.