After the last Guinness Six Nations concluded, Ireland was crowned the best team in Europe. Let’s have a look at the Championship in stats Ups and Downs, records, and many other things. Rugby fans worldwide are called to book Six Nations 2024 tickets from our online platform ticketing. co. Rugby fans can book Ireland Six Nations on our website at exclusively discounted prices.
Ireland: Grand Slam winners
- Ireland’s position in the globe both before and after the Six Nations. They made history by being the first team to start a tournament ranked #1 in the world and win the title.
- Ireland won their fourth Grand Slam, third in the history of the Six Nations, and their fifth championship since Italy entered the competition in 2000.
- Four Irish players Josh van der Flier, James Lowe, Mack Hansen, and James Ryan played the entire Grand Slam.
- Ireland’s first try of the Championship was scored by Caelan Doris in a mere 119 seconds. In a Six Nations Test, it is Ireland’s third-fastest try.
- In Cardiff, Ireland finally tasted victory after a decade-long drought when they defeated Wales in a Six Nations Test for the first time in five meetings since 2013.
- The Champions defeated Wales by a 24-point margin, which was their second-biggest margin of victory in a Test match. Their biggest victory away from home came in 2001 when Ireland defeated them 36–6 at the Principality Stadium in their inaugural meeting.
- Ireland defeated England to win their 14th Six Nations championship; since Italy entered the Championship, they are the only team with a winning record versus the Red Rose.
- After 24 Six Nations matches, Ireland triumphed over Italy for the 23rd time.
- For the first time in four attempts, France was defeated by Andy Farrell’s troops.
- Ireland’s Championship victory against France was the biggest in 48 years, surpassing the 25-6 victory in the 1975 Five Nations, with a 13-point margin of victory against Les Bleus.
- Despite failing to score four goals against Scotland, Ireland managed to accumulate 27 league points, one shy of the maximum total.
- Before losing to Scotland, Farrell’s team amassed over four tries in a record-tying seven Six Nations games.
France’s records and stats
- This year’s Six Nations saw just one drop goal, which was scored by France full-back Thomas Ramos against Ireland.
- Ireland defeated France 32–19 in Dublin, ending their 14-game winning streak. It had been the longest winning run in French history.
- Against Italy, Les Bleus gave up 18 penalties, which is a record for a Six Nations game since 2003.
- In their last 21 Test matches, France has won 20 of them at home.
- After missing scoring in his first 49 Test matches for Les Bleus, France prop Uini Atonio eventually broke his Test try-scoring drought against Wales in his 50th Test encounter.
- The record for most points earned in a single championship held by Jonny Wilkinson was nearly reached by Thomas Ramos, but he was five points short.
- More than any other team in the Six Nations, France scored 174 points. They also topped the try-scoring records, earning 21 points, more than champions Ireland.
Scotland records and stats
- Now, in five of the previous seven Six Nations tournaments, Scotland has won three games. Only once in their previous 17 campaigns did they succeed in doing this.
- After 27 years, Scotland is officially underway with a Six Nations campaign after winning two straight games. For the first time since Italy entered the competition, they won back-to-back opening games as they overcame Wales and England.
- Their 35-7 victory over Wales was also their greatest at home in 99 years since they had previously defeated Wales 35-10 in 1924.
- Throughout the competition, Duhan van der Merwe outperformed 35 defenders, breaking his record of 31 in 2021 and beating Brian O’Driscoll’s record of 30 in 2000. Penaud had the second-best score of 25.
- During the tournament, Van der Merwe was responsible for 25% of Scotland’s defenders who were defeated. The only team to score more than the Scots (141) was France (144).
- After 114 years, Scotland has defeated England on the road twice in a row.
England records and stats
- England lost a Test match against Scotland after leading at half-time for the first time in twenty-three years. This happened last in 2000.
- England defeated Wales 20-10 in Cardiff to win against them for the first time in six years. With just 10 points surrendered versus Wales, Steve Borthwick’s team had its lowest total in the capital of Wales since 2003 (9-26). Against the Azzurri, England missed 40 tackles, which is a record for them in a Guinness Six Nations game.
- After an 18-year victory drought at Twickenham, France defeated England for the first time since 2005.
- The nine occasions Before their historic victory, France was defeated by England at Twickenham.
- Damian Penaud, Thibaud Flament, and Charles Ollivon all scored two tries on the same day, making history as the first three different Les Bleus players to ever record a brace in a single Six Nations game.
Wales records and stats
- Wales lost 41–28 to France, scoring four tries in a Guinness Six Nations match for the first time in their history.
- Wales avoided losing seven straight Six Nations matches by overcoming Italy. Their worst run in the event, which took place across the 2002 and 2003 Championships, was seven straight losses.
- As of right present, Wales has defeated Italy in all eight of their away Six Nations matches.
- Wales’ highest Six Nations victory margin since their previous trip to Rome, where they triumphed by 41 points, came from their 12-point victory over Italy.
- In his last 13 Six Nations games, Warren Gatland has triumphed against Italy, Wales, and Ireland.
Italy records and stats
- Throughout the competition, Italy scored the fewest tries (9).
- For the eighth time in a row, and for the 18th time overall, the Azzurri took home the Wooden Spoon.
- The team led by Kieran Crowley scored 20 points versus Ireland, their highest total since 2013.
- Italy gave up 22 tries during the competition, which was more than any other team and three more than Wales’ next-worst total of 19.
- Since defeating Ireland a decade ago, Italy has suffered 25 straight home losses in the Six Nations after falling to Wales.
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- In the Six Nations this year, twelve yellow cards were awarded.
- Of those 11, five were claimed by Italy; twice each by Lorenzo Cannone, Simone Ferrari, Marco Riccioni, and Pierre Bruno. Liam Williams of Wales was likewise sin-binned twice.
- This Six Nations saw three red cards: Freddie Steward, Mohamed Haouas, and Grant Gilchrist were all dismissed.
- With that, the number of red cards in the Six Nations since 2000 dropped to 18. Steward was the third England player to receive a red card, while Haouas became the first player to be sent out twice in the Six Nations.
- With Gilchrist’s dismissal, Scotland now has the most red cards out of the six teams in the tournament’s history—five. Wales, on the other hand, has not received a red card.
- With five tries in the Six Nations, 26-year-old Damian Penaud tied for the most points ever scored by a Frenchman in the history of the Championship. His two goals against England equaled the 14 goals scored by Philippe Sella and Serge Blanco.
- The largest victory margin in this year’s Six Nations, as France defeated England 53–10 at Twickenham in Round Four.
- The number of points England has given up at Twickenham surpasses South Africa’s 2008 total of 42.
- Antoine Dupont, Romain Ntamack, and Finn Russell assisted on four of the tries.
- Mack Hansen and James Lowe led the backs in turnovers with four apiece, followed by Jamie Ritchie, James Ryan, and Caelan Doris, who all claimed five.
- Ryan committed five turnovers, the Irish lock being the only player to win more than two lineout stealing.
- Despite only playing 106 minutes, Nick Tompkins made more passes (9) than any other player in the competition. The forwards’ leading scorer was Taulupe Faletau (8).
- With 13 penalties given, Andrew Porter was the player with the most penalties in this championship. In addition, he performed 363 minutes, 50 more than Ken Owens (313), the next-highest front-row player.
- Federico Ruzza won the most lineouts in the Six Nations, securing possession 39 times, 21 times more than the next best from Ollie Chessum.
- Thomas Ramos scored 18 conversions, adding to his 10 penalties – both tournament highs.
- Freddie Steward made the most carries in the tournament (62), while Pierre Schoeman and Taulupe Faletau topped the charts for the forwards with 60.
Milestones and records
- Johnny Sexton has now won two Grand Slams and four Six Nations titles in total.
- II.Alun Wyn Jones made his 67th Six Nations, and possibly his last, appearance against France in the Championship’s final round.
- Dan Cole, Stuart Hogg, and Taulupe Faletau notched up their 100th Test cap for England, Scotland, and Wales respectively.
- 565 – Johnny Sexton is now the all-time leading points scorer in the Six Nations after scoring nine against England in the final round.
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