Champions Cup Stats Leaders

Champions Cup Stats Leaders

Points Scored


1) Joey Carbery - 68 

2) Jaco van der Walt - 65

3) Thomas Ramos - 60

The Munster fly-half leads the way after six rounds of action, Carbery averaged an impressive 13.6 points per game during the pool stage. His Round 5 performance away to Gloucester was one of the most stand out individual efforts in this year's tournament. The Ireland international scored two tries and kicked 16 points off the tee to break the record for the single most points scored against Gloucester at home in the professional era.

Tries Scored

1) Sean Cronin - 6

1) Jacob Stockdale - 6

3) Juan Imhoff - 5

The Leinster hooker scored twice in Round 6 as Leinster secured a home quarter-final against Ulster. Cronin took his haul to three tries in two pool games against Wasps on Sunday with both scores coming from strong maul drives. Stockdale became the first player to score a try in each of the first five pool games for Ulster as his strike rate for the club continues to improve.

Tackles Made

1) Gary Graham - 99

2) CJ Stander - 94

3) Fulgence Ouedraogo - 93

Graham tops the charts through six games with an average of 16.5 tackles per game. A recent call-up to the Scotland squad for the Six Nations is justification for his efforts in the Black & White this season. 

Turnovers Won

1) Tadhg Beirne - 13

2) Francois Louw - 12

3) Thomas Young - 12

Beirne has been excellent since he switched LLanelli for Limerick. His ability to cause a nuisance of himself at the breakdown has been one of his main attributes to the Munster pack this season. He has secured a remarkable 13 turnovers for his side and his form in Europe this season has increased his chances of forcing his way into Joe Schmidt's match day squads for the Six Nations. Springbok openside Louw has made a career of pilfering ball at the breakdown so it is no surprise to see the Bath forward near the top of the pile.

Defenders Beaten

1) Cheslin Kolbe - 42

2) Santiago Cordero - 38

3) Jack Nowell - 30

The Toulouse wing has taken the Champions Cup by storm with his side stepping and ability to make fun out of would-be tacklers. The Springbok averages 7 defenders beaten and two clean breaks during the pool stage. In second lies Argentine flyer Cordero who is an electric runner with the best step in the game.

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