**With the Guinness PRO14 season now firmly in full swing, five more scintillating contests across Sunday and Monday Night Rugby saw a number of individuals stand up and guide their teams to glory.**\n\nLeinster, Ulster and Munster all maintained their 100 per cent records and subsequently their bids for the 2020/21 Championship title, while there was also a change in fortune for Zebre and Edinburgh, who both got off the mark. \n\nThe absence of many high-profile stars due to Guinness Six Nations duty, coupled with testing weather conditions, meant supreme team cohesion was at the heart of a several dogged displays, yet there was still room for certain players to take on the mantle and make the all-important difference. \n\nAnd as preparations continue behind the scenes ahead of another feast of thrills and spills this weekend, we’ve delved into the OPTA stats to pick out three of the top performers from Round 4.\n\n# Scott Penny, Leinster - 23 tackles made \n\nWhile Munster and Ulster have so-far matched Leinster’s record of four victories from four this season, the triple-defending champions currently lead the points race with 20 and look in no mood to give up a winning streak that now stands at 23 Championship matches. \n\nIn a repeat of the 2018/19 Guinness PRO14 Final, Leo Cullen’s charges faced Glasgow Warriors in Round 4, and tries from Jimmy O'Brien, Luke McGrath, Scott Penny and Michael Bent sealed a clinical 32-19 win at Scotstoun.