**A record-breaker for Connacht, fly-half Jack Carty has become a key player at club and international level.** \n\nKnown for being a big game and big moment player, Carty became Connacht’s all-time leading points scorer in the Guinness PRO14 in March 2019 - second only to the legendary Eric Elwood on the all-time list. \n\nWith 139 appearances and 775 points to his name, as well as having played a key hand in his province’s 2016 title triumph, Carty is a living legend for The Devil's Own. \n\nAnd his success at Connacht has seen Ireland recognition come his way too, with his international debut coming in the Guinness Six Nations contest with Italy in February 2019. \n\nBut, still just at the age of 27, the feeling persists that Carty could yet achieve much much more in rugby. \n\nAnd that was never his first sport for long periods of his life! Here are five things you may not have known about the man from Athlone.