- England Women claimed their first Grand Slam in five years
- See how they sealed the title here
From minutes played to turnovers won. From records broken to the North Stand at Twickenham - englandrugby.com brings you the Red Roses' Grand Slam in numbers.
Minutes played by the second row partnership of Harriet Millar-Mills and Tamara Taylor, the only two players to play every minute of the Grand Slam triumph.
Tries for Kay Wilson against Scotland. She is the only player in the history of the Women’s Six Nations to score more than five tries in one match.
Carries by openside flanker Marlie Packer.
Consecutive Red Rose starts for captain Sarah Hunter.
International points for Katy Mclean who passed the 400-mark against Wales in round two.
Points scored by the Red Roses in the 2017 tournament. Emily Scarratt was the top scorer in the championship with 51.
Tackles made by the Red Roses throughout the course of the Championship. Marlie Packer topped England’s tackling charts with 52.
Tries scored by the backs, with 10 from the forwards. Kay Wilson was the top try scorer in the tournament with eight.
Points in the Red Roses’ opening match against France (26-13) – all scored at one end of Twickenham Stadium, the North Stand. This was the first time this had happened in the competition since Scotland v Wales in 2014.
Line breaks by lock Harriet Millar-Mills.
Caps received by lock Tamara Taylor. She became the third England Women's player to reach 100 caps in the match against Wales after Rochelle Clark (122*) and Amy Garnett (100).
Tries in 26 Six Nations matches for Danielle Waterman.
Turnovers won by, you guessed it, Marlie Packer.
Tries in two matches for hookers Vicky Fleetwood and Amy Cokayne. They became the first front row forwards to score a hat-trick in the history of the Women's Six Nations. Wings Lydia Thompson (against Wales) and Kay Wilson (against Scotland) also bagged hat-tricks.
Unanswered points for England from Gaelle Mignot’s try for France in the 32nd minute of the first match until Sofia Stefan’s try in the fourth minute for Italy in round three.
England achieved the biggest half-time deficit to win in Women’s Six Nations history against France, beating the 12 points turned around by Italy v Wales in 2010.
Lineouts won by the Red Roses, including six on the opposition's throw.
Days between England’s previous Women’s Six Nations Grand Slam in 2012 and this year’s title.
England’s win marked the first time in five years that the Red Roses have secured the Grand Slam, setting up a big year culminating in the Rugby World Cup back in the Emerald Isle in August.
Watch them in Dublin for the pool stages of the Women's Rugby World Cup, where they will face Italy, Spain and the USA. Tickets can be found here.