I was lucky enough to see two matches on the final day of the RBS 6 Nations, heading to Paris to see France clinch the Grand Slam after watching Wales beat Italy in Cardiff.
I was delighted to see Gareth Thomas break my international try-scoring record at the Millennium Stadium. His hard work has paid off and, if he carries on in this vein, I can see him scoring many many more tries for Wales.
The most pleasing thing against the Italians was that we took full advantage of our superiority, really went for the jugular and continued scoring late into the game.
Italy showed endeavour at times but their backs had no answer to Wales and they were outclassed behind the scrum.
Wales counter-attacked at all opportunities and were happy to kick deep downfield, which provided a huge territorial advantage. A great way to end the tournament and Steve Hansen's reign in charge.
Looking to the future, I expect Mike Ruddock will be rubbing his hands together at the prospect of taking over as coach.
There is still work to be done on the set piece as, in tight encounters, it is forwards who win games.
There is plenty of good young talent in the pack, with Gethin Jenkins, Adam Jones, Daffyd Jones and Jonathan Thomas all having shown a lot of promise.
Mike has the raw materials available but will have to make sure they reach their full potential.
As for the tournament as a whole, France did enough to win every game without really setting the world alight. Their performance in the first half in the Stade de France on Saturday night was very impressive - their kicking game really made England suffer. Dimitri Yachvili was magnificent at scrum-half and everything he touched turned to gold.
Ireland came through strongly and, after a disappointing start against the French, really kicked into gear to deservedly take the Triple Crown.
It has been a very demanding season for the players both physically and mentally, with some inconsistency in the performances as a legacy of last year's World Cup - but this only added more excitement to what has been a thoroughly entertaining championship.