**Team of the Week, [brought to you by Macron](https://www.macron.com/)**\n\nThe latest bout of Guinness PRO14 action brought with it the usual feast of thrills and spills, with the Conference tables continuing to take shape after five gruelling contests across Sunday and Monday Night Rugby. \n\nThe product of supreme team cohesion and standout individual displays, Leinster, Munster and Ulster all maintained their 100 per cent starts, while Zebre and Edinburgh got their seasons up-and-running with wins. \n\nWhile there were also impressive performances from several players on the five losing teams, we take a look at who has made the cut for our fourth Team of the Week, **[brought to you by Macron.](https://www.macron.com/)**\n\nWith several of the Championship’s most prolific names away on Six Nations duty, we’ve picked out a selection of high-profile heroes and some lesser-known stars - all of whom made a telling contribution to their team’s endeavours. \n\nWhere else to begin than in Parma, where Zebre provided the perfect response to last week’s 63-8 drubbing at Leinster to overcome Ospreys 23-17, who arrived in Italy with two wins from three. \n\nLock **Samuele Ortis** was central to their efforts, with a set-piece masterclass and a tireless defensive display earning him the Player of the Match plaudits. \n\nOrtis is joined in the XV by teammates **Pierre Bruno** and **Antonio Rizzi** on the wing and at fly-half respectively, with the former contributing a Championship-topping three offloads and Rizzi scoring 18 of Zebre’s 23 points, including a first-half try.