**It’s the morning after the night before and we’ve barely caught our breath after another Monday Night Rugby fiesta of Guinness PRO14 action.**\n\nThere were wins for Ulster, Leinster and Cardiff Blues last night, as the triple-header of action threw up plenty of thrills and spills along the way. \n\nAnd we start today's Media Watch with Dan McFarland's high praise for Marcell Coetzee, who scored four of Ulster's nine tries - including a first-half hat-trick - as the Irish province defeated Zebre 57-14 in Parma.\n\nSpringbok Coetzee became the first Ulster player to score four tries in a PRO14 game on what was his 50th outing for the side and McFarland said the back-rower [deserves all the plaudits he gets](http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/ulster-rugby/marcell-coetzee-deserves-all-the-plaudits-after-injury-ravaged-journey-to-become-ulster-hero-says-dan-mcfarland-39755851.html).\n\nIn Dublin, Leo Cullen was equally impressed with Dan Leavy after the 26-year-old scored a try and won Player of the Match on his first start for the province since March 2019 as they brushed aside Edinburgh 50-10.\n\nCullen said the Ireland international's [patience during his recovery from a serious knee injury is paying off](http://www.rte.ie/sport/rugby/2020/1117/1178625-patience-paying-off-for-dan-leavy-and-leinster-cullen/) as he builds up his match fitness.\n\nOn the International stage, we are right in the midst of the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup campaign, after an enthralling opening weekend of the competition.\n\nThe action got underway on Friday night, as Ireland defeated Wales 32-9 at the Aviva Stadium, with Quinn Roux and debutant James Lowe among the tries. \n\nIt was also a special occasion for Ulster’s Bill Burns, with the fly-half earning his first international cap when he replaced Johnny Sexton in the first half in Dublin, and the experience has [left the 26-year-old hungry for more](http://www.irishrugby.ie/2020/11/16/burns-determined-to-cement-ireland-place-after-really-enjoyable-debut/). \n\n“I loved every minute of it. It was a really enjoyable experience. The boys made it easy for me to come in and sort of just fit in,” Burns said.