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Connacht become Pro12 champions for the first time in their history after a 20-10 win over Leinster at Murrayfield.
Saracens withstood a superb Exeter Chiefs comeback to retain the Aviva Premiership title following a 28-20 triumph at Twickenham.
Connacht booked a place in the Pro 12 final with a 16-11 win over Glasgow Warriors.
Exeter Chiefs booked a place in the Premiership final with a 34-23 victory over Wasps on Saturday afternoon at Sandy Park.
Saracens withstood a brief second half Leicester revival to move into the Premiership final following a 44-17 triumph at Allianz Park.
Leinster staved off an Ulster comeback to seal a 30-18 victory along with a place in the Pro12 play-off final.
The boot of Owen Farrell was enough to inspire Saracens to lift their first ever Champions Cup trophy as they beat Racing 92 21-9.
Exeter rounded off the Premiership season by running in 10 tries to defeat Harlequins 62-24.
Saracens produced a scintillating attacking performance to put Worcester away 19-43 on Saturday afternoon.
Sale secure their Champions Cup spot with a 21-15 victory away at Newcastle Falcons
Wasps finished the regular season in third position following a comfortable 38-12 Premiership triumph over bottom side London Irish.
Connacht won 14-7 against Glasgow to secure a home semi-final tie, ending the visitors nine match winning run.
Northampton came from behind to secure Champions Cup rugby next season with a 28-20 win at Kingsholm.
Bath came from behind to finish the season with a flourish, seeing off Leicester 38-27 at the Recreation Ground.
Cardiff recovered from a half-time deficit to defeat Edinburgh on the final day of the regular Pro12 season.
Munster score five tries and seal a Champions Cup place as they beat Scarlets 31-15 at Thomond Park
Zebre rose from the base of the Pro 12 table with a 47-22 victory over Newport Gwent Dragons on Saturday afternoon.
Leinster score 50 points in a dominant final day 50-19 victory over Treviso
Ulster sealed their place in the PRO12 play-offs with a convincing 46-26 win over Ospreys.
Saracens finish in top spot after a 23-14 victory over the now safe Newcastle Falcons at Allianz Park