Well, what an occasion! It was a wonderful atmosphere at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday - especially with the roof closed, it was electrifying - and Wales didn't let their public down.
It was a very tight game against France - I don’t think the 29-12 scoreline truly reflected how close the game was.
Marc Lievremont has been like a kid in a sweet shop for the first four games, with no rhyme or reason behind his selection policy. Morgan Parra, who had a decent game against England, ended up playing as captain in the Under-20 team... strange.
Lievremont brought out the big guns in Cardiff, but they haven’t played alongside each other all season and it was asking an awful lot of them just to switch it on.
But I thought Wales looked the more threatening when they had a chance.
And if you give Shane Williams a sniff, he’s going to take it. That’s exactly what you want from your winger, your top try-scorer.
It was such a cagey affair, it was always going to be a mistake which would determine the outcome. The Shane Williams try pretty much broke France’s back.
The back row and midfield were particularly strong elements for Wales. We have matched the physicality of other teams this tournament, which has been an area of weakness in the past.
Wales have dominated the final quarter of all their games. That’s down in part to fitness levels but also to attitude. They seem to have a belief within the squad that they will succeed.
The Welsh team only conceded two tries in the whole championship - we had the top defence and were the top try-scorers, and the two together mean you will win most things!
I don’t think Warren Gatland would have expected this at the start of the tournament - I don’t think anybody expected this. It tastes sweet - probably even sweeter because of the element of surprise. Wales fully deserve to top the table.
The Welsh have been the best side throughout the tournament, played the most attacking rugby and defended the most resolutely.
The key now is to build upon this success, not just see this in isolation.
Gatland, Shaun Edwards et al have built their careers on continual success and hopefully the same will apply to the Welsh team. They won’t want to just sit back and admire their work.
It’s been a pleasure to watch Wales this year. The way they have progressed and grown through the competition is all you can ask of a team. The success has been thoroughly deserved and has been a thrill to watch. I’m only sad it’s all over for another year!