**With the turn of the new year somewhat signalling a move towards the business end of the Guinness PRO14 season, rugby fans were treated to a feast of breath-taking action in Round 10 with each of the Championship teams eager to kick off 2020 in perfect fashion.**\n\nEdinburgh and defending champions Leinster both boosted their title hopes with impressive wins that saw them rack up over 50 points apiece, while there was plenty of drama in Wales with both derbies going right down to the wire. \n\nFollowing their lightning start to the campaign, Toyota Cheetahs’ push for the play-offs suffered its latest blow as the South Africans were on the wrong end of a humbling scoreline away at Conference A strugglers Zebre. \n\nElsewhere, 2018/19 beaten finalists Glasgow Warriors continued their resurgence with a healthy win in Treviso, while Ulster re-emphasised their title intentions with an impressive win over three-time champions Munster. \n\nAs we continue the countdown to the restart later this month, here are the top five moments from Round 10, as both Conference tables continued to take shape. \n\n# **Warriors continue play-off charge**\n\nHaving looked a shadow of the team that burst into the previous season’s Guinness PRO14 final during the opening stages of the new campaign, Dave Rennie’s Warriors continued their return to form with an impressive win in Treviso to move up to third in Conference A. \n\nHaving arrived in Italy on the back of three wins in their previous five matches - and having seen Ulster impressively overcome Munster a day earlier - Sam Johnson and Peter Horne scored early to put the visitors in control.