**With the Guinness PRO14 season now two weeks in, some sides are basking in the glory of an unbeaten start while others are still looking to get off the mark.**\n\nLast season’s Finalists, Leinster and Ulster, have flown out the traps while Cardiff Blues are right up there after two wins from two.\n\nScarlets and Edinburgh, meanwhile, will be among those hoping to use this fortnight to sharpen up as they look for an upturn in fortunes in Round 3.\n\nBut how does your team fare in the Guinness PRO14 Power Rankings? Find out below…\n\n# 1.\tLeinster\n\nLeo Cullen’s men have simply picked up from where they left off last season and are the only side to have recorded twin bonus-point victories.\n\nWins over Dragons and Benetton have seen the Irish heavyweights score more points (72) and more tries (9) than anyone else, while Leinster also lead the way when it comes to metres carried (963) and clean breaks (23).\n\nJames Lowe is the competition’s leading try scorer with three from his first two matches and no individual has carried further than Hugo Keenan’s 153 metres.\n\nLeinster lose 17 players to Ireland duty for the foreseeable future but they have admirable strength in depth to call upon. Can they stay on top without their international stars or is this an opportunity for others to make dents in the Leinster machine?\n\n# 2.\tCardiff Blues\n\nOnly Southern Kings kept Cardiff Blues off the bottom of Conference B last season but they are currently sitting pretty at the summit after consecutive wins.\n\nTheir contrasting victories have seen different strengths come to the fore. Their grit and determination was evident when they held on to beat Zebre with 14 men, and Saturday night saw their attacking flair in action as Hallam Amos scored twice in an impressive victory over Connacht.