The feeling I had after Wales beat England on Saturday was one of overwhelming relief more than anything else.
The game was there for the taking. It would have been awful to miss that opportunity.
The team spirit shown in coming from behind to win was tremendous. It would have been easy to crumble at 9-8 down with five minutes to go.
Wales were by far the more threatening side - I can't remember many occasions on which England looked like they would score a try.
In the first half we took them apart - but did not capitalise on our chances.
England will have been happy to go in at half-time only 8-3 down.
Gavin Henson was superb - he put in a dream performance. He strode around the pitch at the Millennium Stadium as if he owned it.
Dwayne Peel and Martyn Williams also put in excellent performances.
I was disappointed in England, although I thought it was a fairly poor game overall.
Wales were drawn into a scrappy game when they didn't have to be, because they were in control.
The second half was ragged - the rhythm suited England more. We missed so many chances but it was very gratifying to see Henson kick that final penalty.
It is a big plus that we have managed to beat the world champions when not at our best - there is still a great deal of room for improvement.
We will have to step up our performance in the remainder of the RBS 6 Nations championship.
Italy will provide a tough test next weekend. They showed they are a very physical side against Ireland on Sunday and we must not be complacent just because we have beaten England.
The Italians have a very solid, aggressive scrum, a decent line-out and a rampaging back row. I expect Wales to continue with this momentum and overcome Italy, but I'm sure we'll be made to work hard at the Stadio Flaminio.
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