But while O'Driscoll's try-scoring afternoon caught the crowd's attention it was the dominance of Healy at scrum time that earned the 24-year-old the man-of-the-match honours.
However despite his, and his side's, impressive afternoon's work the Ireland prop admits there is still a lot of work to do.
"We are happy with how that went," said Healy. "We're happy with some parts of the game but we didn't really put our foot down in the second half.
"We'll look at that and look to improve how we finish a game. There are a lot of good sides out there and we'll keep our heads down and work hard and stick to what we want to achieve going forward.
"We were pretty happy with scrum and we had a couple of meetings as a front row about what we wanted to do."