Let's take a look behind the numbers of the latest Six Nations championship, as Ireland emerged victorious from a thrilling final weekend.
Brian O'Driscoll enjoyed a dream send-off but they were run to the very end by England and France....
Four - The top try count recorded by England's Mike Brown and Jonny Sexton of Ireland.
66 - Total points tally recorded by Sexton, the competition's highest
61 - Total tries by the six teams in this year's contest
16 - The number of times ruthless Ireland crossed the whitewash to score, more than any other team.
138 - The points clocked up by this year's top scorers England.
21 - The number of tries hapless Italy conceded as they finished with this campaign's worst defensive record.
172 - Italy's total points-against count.
Four - The number of tries the rock-solid Irish gave away.
49 - The points conceded by Ireland across five games, three less than Italy shipped in one afternoon against England
Zero - Scotland's score count against England, the first time they had failed to register a point against the Auld Enemy since 1978.
Three - The number of yellow cards clocked up by France as they lost Nicolas Mas, Louis Picamoles and Sebastien Vahaamahina to the sin bin during the tournament
One - Italy, France and Scotland all suffered red-card shame this year as Michele Rizzo, Rabah Slimani and Stuart Hogg were dismissed.
543 - The metres gained by England full-back Mike Brown across his side's five fixtures.
65 - Total carries by Ireland's rampaging Irish No 8 Jamie Heaslip.
340 - Conor Murray's pass count for Ireland.
70 - The tackle tally Quintin Geldenhuys was forced to put in for Italy's under-pressure defence.
14 - Number of times Scotland's Duncan Weir fell off a tackle.
10 - Turnovers conceded by French full-back Brice Dulin.
Six - The number of times Scotland prop Moray Low was guilty of giving away a penalty.
48 - Wales' winning margin over Scotland as they crashed to their heaviest ever defeat in the competition with Saturday's 51-3 hammering in Cardiff.
63 - The total points scored in England 's 52-11 win over Italy in Rome, the highest of this year's Six Nations.
81,835 - The crowd who turned out at Twickenham for England's 13-10 win over Ireland.