The performance both on and off the pitch against England was magnificent. There was an incredible amount of good will there in what was an emotionally charged occasion.
It tops the list for me as a sporting occasion - it was absolutely phenomenal.
Ireland delivered and some of that is down to the fact that England were a bit off the pace, but that should not detract from the way Ireland played. They did fantastically well.
Paul O'Connell had his best game for Ireland, as did Denis Leamy, and David Wallace had an absolutely fantastic game.
Ronan O'Gara played really well and Brian O'Driscoll was so aggressive all day. Some of the contact was phenomenally aggressive. It was an absolute pleasure to watch.
Against Scotland we still have to play very well and start the game properly but they are in a fair amount of disarray at the moment. They will be very low and will come back very hard but Ireland should beat them.
We have already had our complacency boost after the French game. It would be unbelievably worrying if we are complacent but I do not think we will be.
We need to play at the same level as we played against England and if we do there are few teams that can stay with us.
Ireland are looking for favours if they are to win the RBS 6 Nations Championship. We are hoping England will get over their loss and beat France and, that being the case, we need to score a serious amount of points against Scotland to boost our points difference.