Each weekend we take a look back on the sporting highs from across Ireland and around the world through the medium of numbers.


The number of fans that attended Croke Park for the Allianz Football League Division 3 Final on Saturday and then the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie National League Division 1 Final on Sunday. It’s a long way short of the 82,000 capacity but its an important latest step on the road back to normal.


The number of points scored by Ireland U20’s in their win over Scotland in the opening fixture of the delayed Six Nations tournament taking place in Cardiff.


A first major and a position as the number 1 ranked golfer in the world made it a very special Fathers Day for new Dad Jon Rahm, twice a winner at the Dubai Duty free Irish Open, at Torrey Pines in San Diego last night.


Leona Maguire shot a final round 66 to take the LPGA Classic all the way to the 18th green in Michigan yesterday. It was her fourth top ten finish of the season for the Cavan native who heads to next week’s KPMG sponsored PGA in the form of her life.


The number of winners for Cork-born Oisin Murphy at Royal Ascot making him the top rider at the pinnacle of the British horse racing summer.

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