Battle of the Scottish teams took place, with Warriors keen to get back on top of rivals Edinburgh.
Edinburgh beat their Scottish counterparts in a competitive Murrayfield battle, with the 1872 cup being awarded to them with a 24-19 win over the Glasgow Warriors.
Ulsters failure to get a bonus point win against Munster meant Edinburgh’s fate was already decided before kick-off at the national stadium. Edinburgh though were able to maintain the intensity to keep bragging rights from Glasgow. Edinburgh have won 2 of the 3 clashes against Warriors this season, taking the top dog awards from Glasgow, though the Warriors are in with a chance of winning the competition this year still.
|23/12/17: Edinburgh 18-17 Glasgow|
|30/12/17: Glasgow 17-0 Edinburgh|
|28/4/18: Edinburgh 24-19 Glasgow Warriors|
Both teams made plenty of changes ahead of kick-off, with Glasgow losing Tommy Seymour, Sam Johnson and Jonny Gray from their published lists before that start.
|Edinburgh (21) 24|
|Tries: Johnstone, Lay, Van der Merwe Cons: Hidalgo-Clyne 3 Pen: Weir|
|Glasgow Warriors (14) 19|
|Tries: Van der Merwe 2, Gibbins Cons: Russell 2|
Edinburgh: D Fife, J Harries, J Johnstone, S Rasolea, D van der Merwe, J van der Walt, S Hidalgo-Clyne; J Lay, S McInally (capt), S Berghan, B Toolis, G Gilchrist, M Bradbury, J Ritchie, V Mata.
Replacements: N Cochrane, A Dell, WP Nel, L Carmichael, C du Preez, N Fowles, D Weir, M Bennett.
Glasgow Warriors: S Hogg; L Jones, N Grigg, A Dunbar, DTH van der Merwe; F Russell, G Horne; A Allan, F Brown, Z Fagerson; T Swinson, S Cummings; M Fagerson, C Gibbins, R Wilson (capt).
Replacements: G Turner, J Bhatti, S Halanukonuka, R Harley, C Fusaro, H Pyrgos, A Hastings, R Jackson.
Munster head down to South Africa to take on the Southern Kings after there stunning win against Toulon last week.
Highlights of this weekends match up that saw Zebre head over to Ireland in the same weekend that their international squads also took on each other on Irish ground.