Wales Interim Coach Rob Howley has described Wales' 30 - 3 historic 6 Nations win against England as 'the best day of his coaching life'.
The victory saw Wales not only clinch the RBS 6 Nations title on home turf, but deprive their opponents of a Grand Slam too.
– Rob Howley, Wales Interim Coach
I'm just really proud to be a Welshman this evening. The intensity of that match was probably up there with the best intensity the players have had this season, probably is the best. We won with a commanding performance in attack and defence.
Meanwhile Wales captain Gethin Jenkins expressed his disappointment at having to miss the last 20 minutes of the game, but described lifting the 6 Nations trophy in front of a roaring home crowd as 'the best experience I've ever had'.
For Wales it was a remarkable turnaround after losing their first match against Ireland.
Two tries from Wales wing Alex Cuthbert were the highlight of a performance which was the biggest-ever Welsh margin over England - surpassing the 25-0 victory in 1905.
Leigh Halfpenny kicked four penalties while fly-half Dan Biggar added a penalty, a drop goal and a conversion - with England's reply a solitary kick from Owen Farrell.
For fans leaving the Millennium Stadium, not even the lashing rain could dampen their spirits.
Following the match, proud celebrities took to Twitter to hail the team's performance.
Truly a golden age for welsh rugby-3grand slams-semi-final of the world cup+now this!!-xxxFrom @ManicsPostcards on Twitter:
Congrats to the Welsh Team! Very happy dressing room here in Wolverhampton. RJ xFrom @stereophonics on Twitter: