**Conference B this season has been one of the tightest in Guinness PRO14 history.** \n\nJust two points separate the top two and third from fourth, while fifth and sixth sit locked level. \n\nWith the season currently on pause, Edinburgh, Munster, Scarlets, Connacht, Cardiff Blues, Benetton and the Isuzu Southern Kings can all take a much-needed rest, with the chance to properly assess what has, up to this point, been an ever-changing table. \n\nThere have been plenty of highlights along the way - here’s a look at five of the best through 13 rounds of Conference B action. \n\n# Edinburgh triumph in Limerick\nAfter a strong start to the season with victories over Zebre, Scarlets and the Blues, Edinburgh’s shock away defeat to Benetton in November temporarily silenced the noise around the Scottish side being real contenders to topple Munster. \n\nHowever, off the back of a victory against Dragons, Richard Cockerill’s side travelled to Thomond Park rejuvenated and in desperate need of points.\n\nTheir narrow 18-16 victory over the Conference B leaders was their first win at the province for five years, but more importantly, it closed the gap to two points. \n\nMissing ten squad members to Ireland’s Rugby World Cup efforts, Munster made 14 changes for the contest and stood up to the challenge well after debutant Ben Healy scored two penalties on his debut. \n\nBut Edinburgh’s experience prevailed as they held strong to see out the victory after Eroni Sau scored the decisive try in the 62nd minute after collecting a fine Blair Kinghorn kick.