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 look at a family affair in Camogie to a full house in Ennis, a double in Basketball, unlucky for some in golf and a record to be proud of in the English Premier League.


The number of weeks between Sarsfields losing their AIB All Ireland Club Camogie Title to Wexford’s Oulart-the-Ballagh last December in the delayed 2020 decider and winning it back in the 2021 Final at Croke Park yesterday.

Niamh McGrath who captained the side is an associate with William Fry Solicitors in Dublin for her day job, and one of four sisters who lined out with Dad ‘Hopper’ on the sideline as manager for the Galway Champions.


The attendance at Ennis to see Clare and Limerick play out a dramatic draw in the Allianz Hurling League


The number of points that The Address UCC Glanmire racked up in their win over DCU Mercy to secure the MissQuote.ie League and InsureMyHouse.ie Cup double in Women’s Basketball.


It was the number of the weekend for Ireland’s international golfing stars with Leona Maguire in Singapore, Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell in Florida all finishing in a share of that position at their respective tournaments.


Pearl Slattery scored the opening goal of the season for Shelbourne on Saturday for the third season in a row.


The number of home games at Anfield that Virgil Van Dijk has started for Liverpool without a single defeat.