After another fantastic weekend of Challenge Cup rugby, take a look at our review of Round 3.
10 – Zebre Rugby Club No.8 Renato Giammarioli beat a round-high 10 defenders in the Italian side’s 31-14 win at Enisei-STM.
20 – Bristol Bears centre Will Hurrell managed 20 carries in his side’s 35-22 home defeat by La Rochelle, the best in Round 3.
27 – Dragons openside flanker Nic Cudd executed a round-best 27 tackles in his side’s 48-14 defeat at Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday.
47 – La Rochelle fly-half Maxime Lafage is the top scorer in the Challenge Cup this season with 47 points following his five conversions in the French team’s win at Bristol Bears.
51 – Chris Ashton became the first player in history to score 50 tries in European club competitions with his brace in Sale Sharks’ win at Bordeaux-Bègles, which took him to 51 overall (European Cup 39, Challenge Cup 12).
An entertaining, high-scoring round 3 of #ChallengeCupRugby matches, with a few teams emerging as favourites to reach the quarter-finals 🏟
— Challenge Cup (@ERChallengeCup) December 10, 2018
60 – Enisei-STM’s back-row forward, Mikheil Gachechiladze, leads the way in the tackles category for this season’s Challenge Cup with 60.
128 – Clermont wing Alivereti Raka made a round-high 128 metres in the French outfit’s 47-14 victory at Timisoara Saracens.
359 – La Rochelle full-back Romaric Camou has made the most metres in this season’s competition with 359.