**England toppled France in a dramatic Autumn Nations Cup final and while there may have been no Guinness PRO14 action on Sunday, that did little to diminish developments both on and off the field.**\n\nOwen Farrell’s extra-time drop goal ensured it was Eddie Jones’ side who were crowned the inaugural champions of the competition, breaking France hearts at the eleventh hour in a finale for the ages at Twickenham.\n\nA raft of Guinness PRO14 stars from the Championship’s provinces were in action on Saturday as Ireland beat Scotland and Wales downed Italy to finish their campaigns on a high.\n\nAnd Saturday also marked a Guinness PRO14 cracker to supplement the glut of international action, as **Glasgow Warriors** fell to a gripping 23-22 defeat at the hands of Dragons at Scotstoun.\n\nBrandon Thomson was unable to score his conversion to secure victory in added time as Dragons tries from Jared Rosser and Brok Harris – coupled with 13 points from the boot of Sam Davies – propelled them to victory.\n\nWarriors boss Danny Wilson refused to blame Thomson for the outcome and admits his team’s [collective shortcomings proved their downfall in the Conference A clash](http://www.glasgowwarriors.org/fanzone/performance-not-good-enough-wilson).\n\n“We’re not going to put anything on Brandon’s shoulders,” said Wilson, whose loanee lock Lewis Bean will return to Northampton Saints [for the upcoming Champions Cup window](http://www.glasgowwarriors.org/news/squad-update).\n\n“We didn’t perform well enough and didn’t put enough points on the board. That’s the story and that’s what we have to focus on.\n\n“It’s a tough one to swallow. To be honest, though, we didn’t play well enough to win that.”\n\nRosser and Harris’ scores repelled touchdowns from Fotu Lokotui, Sean Kennedy and Johnny Matthews as **Dragons** secured their third victory of the Guinness PRO14 season.\n\nDean Ryan’s side look to be clicking and the Rodney Parade boss admits had Thomson’s effort sailed over, [his team would have felt robbed](http://www.dragonsrugby.wales/news/2020/december/ryan-we-deserved-to-claim-victory.html).\n\n“I’m delighted for the players because they worked so hard. They deserved it,” said Ryan. “I’m proud, not only at the effort, but we are getting better at working out how to win games.