Each weekend we take a look back on the sporting highs from across Ireland and around the world through the medium of numbers. This weekend we bade farewell to an Irish Rugby Captain and a Man United Manager and celebrated performances on the GAA,m Football and rugby fields as well as on the Golf course.
The largest-ever attendance at a domestic Women’s football club match turned up at Tallaght Stadium on Sunday to see Wexford Youths win the Evoke.ie Women’s FAI Cup Final
The number of points which Ireland have scored in winning three Autumn Nations Series Internationals against Japan, New Zealand and Argentina, all three of whom are ranked in the World’s Top 10.
The percentage of wins that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recorded in his 168 games in charge of Manchester United. That makes him the second most successful manager at the club since Sir Alex Ferguson, behind Jose Mourinho, but was of little impact after losing 4-1 to Watford and subsequently having his tenure ended.
The number of tries that Ireland Captain Ciara Griffin scored in her final game before retiring at the age of 27 on Saturday against Japan.
The number of rounds under 70 that Seamus Power shot in the RSM Classic on the US PGA Tour, finishing the weekend in 4th place.
The number of points scored by Conor Lehane in helping Midleton win a first Cork Senior Hurling title since 2013.
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