All of Wales' Grand Slam heroes know they can dine out on stories of their RBS 6 Nations triumph for years to come.
But none more so than prop Gethin Jenkins, whose kick-and-chase try after he charged down Irish fly-half Ronan O'Gara's attempted clearance ensured superstar status.
While chargedown scores are not the prettiest and are often disparaged by rugby purists as involving an element of good fortune, Jenkins insists at lot of careful planning went into his decision to throw his body in the way of the ball on Saturday.
"During the whole championship, it was emphasised to us about attacking opposition kickers with two people, one either side," said Jenkins, whose previous sporting life as a soccer player once saw him oppose Wales and West Bromwich Albion striker Robert Earnshaw in a local league game.
"It doesn't come off too often - Robert Sidoli had one against France - but we kept saying that one day one would land for us, and on Saturday it did.
"I think I charged down a Ceri Sweeney kick once in a Celtic League game against the Dragons, but it was the first try I have scored from a charge-down."
And as for the Six Nations triumph - and potential British & Irish Lions recognition - Jenkins added: "I don't think it will sink in for a couple of days - we are all still on a high.
"The Lions is obviously an ambition, but it is up to the coaches at the end of the day. You never count on it, and I have got to play well for my region (Cardiff Blues) over the next couple of weeks.
"We've got a big game now, against Glasgow away next Friday, so we will have to wait and see.
"Just being in the Wales team has been a big thing for me. To play 80 minutes of every game has been great, and I have enjoyed myself."
England flanker James Haskell insists he will be pushing as hard as possible to be back from a toe injury in time to make his case for a spot in Eddie Jones' side looking to defend their RBS 6 Nations title next year.