We take a look at the numbers following an engaging pool stages at the World Rugby U20 Championship 2017 in Georgia.

  • A total of 143 tries and 1,074 points were scored across the 18 matches
     
  • Ninety-seven of the 143 tries were converted, meaning 67.83 per cent of tries have been turned into seven-pointers.
     
  • Six drop goals were kicked across the first two match days which is already more than the total for any previous tournament
     
  • There have been 49 penalties kicked
     
  • New Zealand winger Caleb Clarke and England winger Gabriel Ibitoye are the leading try-scorers after the pool stages with five tries
     
  • The only hat-tricks have been scored by New Zealand players in Tima Faingaanuku (v Scotland), Caleb Clarke and Will Jordan (v Ireland)
     
  • New Zealand are the leading try-scorers with 26 in their Pool B matches with Scotland, Italy and Ireland
     
  • The four semi-finalists are the top try-scoring teams with South Africa (19), England (18) and France (14) and the quartet crossed for more than half of the tries scored in the pool stages
     
  • For the first time all four semi-finalists are unbeaten after South Africa and France played out the first draw in U20 Championship history on day one at Avchala Stadium
     
  • New Zealand fly-half Tiaan Falcon (pictured) is the top point-scorer with 50, some 16 more than England's Max Malins and South Africa's Curwin Bosch
     
  • Eight of the 18 matches had a victory margin of seven or fewer points
     
  • The 12 teams have made a total of 16,034 metres across the 18 matches with New Zealand topping both the individual (Will Jordan, 361) and team (2,140) charts 
     
  • Australia have made nearly 200 passes more than the next best team (652 to Georgia's 460) from the total. Their scrum-half Harrison Goddard also tops the individual charts with 168 of the total 4,569 passes
     
  • There were 24 yellow cards and one red card in the pool stages
     
  • England captain Zach Mercer has made the most carries with 42 but Australia top the team charts with 397
     
  • New Zealand duo Caleb Clarke and Will Jordan have made the most clean breaks with eight, one more than their team-mate Braydon Enner
     
  • Clarke and Tima Faingaanuku have beaten the most defenders with 14
     
  • Scotland captain Callum Hunter-Hill has made the most lineout catches with 21
     
  • England's Josh Caulfield has made more tackles than any other player with 46
     
  • New Zealand top the team standings for most metres made (2,140), most clean breaks (58), most defenders beaten (100), tackle success (91.6) and are one of four nations with a 100 per cent success rate in scrums
     
  • France have made the most offloads with 37

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