The English clubs have dominated the opening two Rounds of the European Challenge Cup and top all five Pools with 100 per cent records.
And leading the way are double tournament winners Sale Sharks who have picked up try bonus points in both their games to collect a maximum 10 points.
Bath Rugby, Worcester Warriors, Newcastle Falcons and Leeds Carnegie have all also won two from two and each earned a try bonus point to lead their groups on nine points apiece.
French clubs occupy second spot in four of the Pools with Connacht Rugby edging ahead of Brive in Pool 3 with a superior try count. Off the pitch Bath Rugby took the honours with the biggest crowd of the round as they enjoyed a five-figure crowd which packed out the Recreation Ground for the win over Overmach Rugby Parma.
Now the focus will be on the back-to-back matches in Rounds 3 and 4 next month with the Round 3 trips by the Falcons to Connacht and Sale Sharks to Bayonne set to provide crucial and potentially defining contests.
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