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 record score in Twickenham, a stunning ace in Sawgrass, another Irish Sprint Record in Alabama, a haul of Cards on Roscommon and more…


Ireland’s points haul against England in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations was the most they have ever scored at Twickenham and the second-highest tally ever after the 43 points racked up in the famous game at Croke Park in 2007.


In high winds at Sawgrass, Shane Lowry took on one of the most iconic holes on the PGA Tour and hit a hole in one on the 17th to move into contention in the Players Championship


The number of points that the Irish U20 Men’s Rugby team put up against England in moving to within one result of a Grand Slam, their third ever, in the Six Nations U20 Championship.


The number of cards, 14 yellow, two black and two red, that were shown in the Allianz Football League Division Two clash between Roscommon and Derry.


The number of seasons that Tom Brady will have played as one of the stars of the NFL after he announced he was unretiring last night and will come back to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2022.


The Irish 60-metre sprint record was lowered again at the weekend with Rhasidat Adeleke setting a new low mark in the NCAA Championships in the United States, only weeks after Molly Scott had done likewise here at the Irish Life National Indoor Championships.