**Only the wiliest of Fantasy players used their Guinness PRO14 expertise and refocused on their league positions as the Six Nations has taken centre stage in the past few weeks.**\n\nTwo South African derbies may have slipped under the radar for the average Fantasy regular but for the diehards these games were an opportunity to pick up some valuable points whilst the rest of us watched the International teams slug it out.\n\nThe Toyota Cheetahs gained a useful double over their counterparts the Isuzu Southern Kings, the first match up by a narrow one-point margin in Port Elizabeth, but then an impressive 45-0 demolition on the return in Bloemfontein. If the Cheetahs are the team of your choice for defence then the last result is certainly one to consider for the Round 11 matches. But it’s the emphatic seven-try attacking column that really makes you stand up and take note as the Cheetahs now find themselves lying third in Conference A and seven points clear of Glasgow Warriors.\n\nRhyno Smith grabbed another try to lift him to ten for the season and out in front as the Championship’s top try scorer. Hooker Joseph Dweba continues his fine form with more tries and now has seven in total for the campaign. Smyth is also still the top metre maker and there was an impressive performance last time out from Junior Pokemela with 14 tackles and useful yardage made and two lineout steals. This week however the Cheetahs travel to Conference A leaders Leinster in what will be a tough game. Casting the mind back to Round 10 and Leinster fielded some players now involved with the Guinness Six Nations. It will be interesting to see who the international coaches release for some valuable game time but in Leinster’s Round 10 victory over Connacht back rower Max Deegan chipped in with two tries and three try assists, with 17 points from out-half Ciaran Frawley.