Six Nations in numbers: Droughts ending, offloads, running metres and more

Adam Kyriacou

Following the conclusion of the 2022 Six Nations as France were crowned the best team in Europe, here’s a look at the Championship in numbers.

From most tries scored to lineouts won, this list brings you right up to date.

12 – the number of years between French title and Grand Slam triumphs.

6 – the number of Six Nations titles won by France.

71 – the number of points collected by leading scorer Marcus Smith.

390 – the number of passes made by Ireland scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park.

4 – the number of defeats Wales and Italy fell to.

24 – the number of tries scored by Ireland.

65 – the number of carries made by France number eight Gregory Alldritt.

86 – the number of tackles made by Italy captain Michele Lamaro.

73 – the total number of tries scored in this season’s Six Nations.

9 – the number of offloads made by Italy wing Monty Ioane.

36 – the run of Six Nations losses Italy ended after their victory over Wales.

3 – the number of tries scored by top tournament finishers Damian Penaud, Gabin Villiere and James Lowe.

82 – the number of seconds after kick-off it took England’s Charlie Ewels to be red carded against Ireland.

653 – how many running metres Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg made, the most in this year’s Six Nations.

28 – Italy second-row Federico Ruzza’s lineout take count, which was the most in the Championship.

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