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 Irish performances in football and rugby, the end of a 26 year run in the Allianz League and big crowds here and overseas…


The number of consecutive campaigns that Dublin have played in Division One of the Allianz Football League. Next season they will play against Louth and Limerick, the two teams promoted from Division Three to the division to which Dublin were yesterday relegated.


The number of competitors taking part in the Gymnastics Ireland National Series at the Sport Ireland Indoor Arena over the weekend, in front of an audience of 3,000/


We always love a late goal at the Aviva Stadium and it was the 86th minute when Alan Browne scored the second of Irelan’s two excellent goals to earn a share of the spoils with World Number one ranked Belgium.


The number of tackles made by hooker Neve Jones for Ireland against Wales in the TikTok Women’s Six Nations. The result was not what the nation had hoped for but this was an entertaining game with plenty to consider as progress from last Autumn’s darker days for the team.


A record home crowd for the Women’s Six Nations was at the RDS to see the game.


The attendance at Old Trafford for the first game to be played their by the Man United Women’s Team in the Women’s Super League.