Fans have been celebrating across the country after Wales beat France yesterday to win the Grand Slam. And that's meant celebrations for businesses too - one pub chain told us they made record takings on Saturday night.
Although the roar of the crowd has left the stadium, the celebrations after winning the Grand Slam still echoed around the City
This morning the French rivals were this morning heading for home with the promise that the battle is not yet over.
– French fan
We hope to come back in two years perhaps and we hope to win next year in France in Paris. We wait for you
It's thought that around a quarter of a million people descended on Cardiff yesterday to watch Wales win the Grand Slam, with celebrations going on well in to the night. But as the party wound down, the clean up began.
Cleaners have been out in force since the early hours and claimed the city had been knee deep in rubbish.
– David Pellow, Cardiff Council
St Mary's Street which we're standing on now - you couldn't see the floor - outside the train station... Basically the whole of the City centre has been obliterated with litter. It's taken us five hours to clean up the litter and also we've been washing the City centre as well
It wasn't just the streets that needed cleaning up. One pub was unable to open on time after rugby fans partied there long into the night. But the delay was certainly a price worth paying.
– Richard Lewis, pub manager
We did fantastic business - we took seventy eight thousand five hundred pounds which beat our last record by about ten thousand pounds so the grandslam was a wonderful day for us - a wonderful day for Wetherspoon in Cardiff