Week in numbers: Jackson sparkles, Fulton cashes in

Cedric Jackson scored 32 points in a 97-76 win over Cairns. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)
Cedric Jackson scored 32 points in a 97-76 win over Cairns. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)
APNZ's Kris Shannon and Daniel Richardson take a look at the sporting week in numbers.

7 - Wellington Phoenix striker Jeremy Brockie has scored seven goals during his last six games and his presence will be greatly missed when the Wellingtonians meet Adelaide United in South Australia on Sunday afternoon. Brockie has been ruled out with a hamstring complaint.

125 - The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and outfielder Josh Hamilton have agreed in principle to a US$125 million five-year deal. The Angels spent up large at the start of last season as they netted first baseman Albert Pujols on a mega contract but they failed to make the playoffs this year.

32 - New Zealand Breakers' point guard Cedric Jackson scored 32 points on Thursday night in a 97-76 win over Cairns. One American writer linked Jackson with a move to the NBA this week, with the LA Lakers struggling at the point guard position with injuries.

301 - Recalled Black Cap Peter Fulton made an unbeaten 301 for Canterbury in a Plunket Shield outing against Auckland in 2003, which is the highest individual score for the province. The 33-year-old also made an unbeaten 221 against Otago in 2005. The Black Caps will hope he can reproduce that big-scoring form in the upcoming tour to South Africa.

9 - Next year's ITM Cup will be played over nine weeks rather than eight. The congested schedule has been a source of much debate and the New Zealand Rugby Union has added one week to the regular season for next year.

86 - By scoring his 85th and 86th goals of 2012 in Barcelona's 2-0 win over Real Betis last weekend, Lionel Messi set a new record for most goals in a calendar year. Messi's 74 goals for Barcelona and 12 strikes for Argentina this year see him surpass the 40-year-old record of German great Gerd Muller.

26,000,000 - Manny Pacquiao may have been knocked out cold but his $26 million pay day from his fight with Juan Manuel Marquez will slightly ease the pain. Marquez won the stunning fight at the end of the sixth round on Sunday to record his first win over Pacquiao in the pair's four bouts.

6 - Sri Lankan speedster Lasith Malinga terrorised the Perth Scorchers in Australia's Big Bash League, taking 6-7 from four overs to lead the Melbourne Stars to a 10-wicket win on Wednesday. Malinga's figures were the second-best in T20 history, after Arul Suppiah's 6-5 for Somerset against Glamorgan in 2011.

2 - The number of Breakers who will play in next weekend's All-Star Game in Adelaide. Despite being two-time defending champions and again leading the league, no Breakers players were elected to the bench for the South team by the ANBL office, leaving starters Tom Abercrombie and Cedric Jackson as the only representatives.

37 - Manchester United's 3-2 win in the Manchester derby on Monday ended two notable unbeaten streaks of their city rivals. Manchester City had gone 37 games at Etihad Stadium without defeat, with their last home loss coming in 2010, while they were also the last of English football's 92 teams to be beaten this season.