After five fascinating rounds of TikTok Women’s Six Nations action, the 2022 Championship is complete after Super Saturday blessed us with a corker of a day.
Italy stole the show late on in Cardiff, with Michela Sillari’s late penalty earning Le Azzurre a 10-8 victory in the opener of Super Saturday.
The big one followed, as England sealed the Grand Slam with a 24-12 win over France in Bayonne, as they won their fourth consecutive TikTok Women’s Six Nations title.
And in the late kick-off it was to be Ireland who were celebrating as they left it very late to overcome Scotland in Belfast with the last kick of the game sending the Kingspan Stadium into raptures with a 15-14 win.
After such an incredible Super Saturday and concluding the Championship itself, we have a look at the key numbers.
Weekend in numbers R5:
31 – The number of minutes before a point was scored in Cardiff, with 11 of the 18 points on the day coming in the final 10 minutes.
2 – The number of yellow cards Wales received on Saturday, with both Robyn Wilkins and Sioned Harries sent to the sin bin, as Wales defended valiantly with 13.
5 – Michela Sillari’s last gasp penalty was her fifth of the Championship, only Scotland kicker Helen Nelson has more.
158 – The number of metres made by Jasmine Joyce, from just 14 carries.
5 – the number of scrum penalties conceded by Italy as Wales applied the pressure up front, conceding no scrum penalties of their own.
45 – The number of tries England scored in the Championship.
10,600 – Attendance at Stade Jean Dauger for the Grand Slam decider.
39 – The number of points Emily Scarratt finished the Championship with, to top the points scoring table.
6 – Despite two tries from Sarah Bern, French scrum half Laure Sansus finished the Championship as the top try scorer with six tries, while she also finished top of the assists charts with six try assists.
14 – England scored all of their tries in just 14 minutes, between the 11th and 25th minute.
22 – The number of points conceded by England in the Championship, averaging just 4.4 points per match.
84 – Ireland centre Enya Breen scored a try in the 83rd minute, before knocking over a match winning conversion in the 84th minute to seal a famous Ireland win in Belfast.
23 – The number of tackles made by Scotland number eight Evie Gallagher, more than anybody else in Round 5.
82.6 – The number of fantasy points won by Gallagher, after her mammoth tackling display and 96 metres made from 15 carries.