**The Guinness Six Nations continued with the second round of matches at the weekend.** \n\nThere was a thrilling win for Wales in Scotland while Ireland and Italy were on the receiving end of defeats to France and England respectively. \n\nMore than 100 Guinness PRO14 players have joined up with their national teams for the championship and plenty were in action again in Round Two. \n\nHere, we take a look at some of the PRO14 stars who stood out. \n\n**Liam Williams (Wales & Scarlets)** \n\nLouis Rees-Zammit's double may dominate the headlines after Wales’ 25-24 win at Murrayfield but it was an impressive return to action for Williams following his suspension. Williams was shown a red card for a reckless clearout when the Scarlets visited Cardiff Blues in January, forcing him to miss Wales’ opener against Ireland. After teeing up Rees-Zammit for his first try of the match, Williams then crossed himself when the Gloucester wing returned the favour. It was a 15th Wales try for Williams, who moved to full-back when Scarlets colleague Leigh Halfpenny was forced off.