Ireland scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park revealed his delight at securing the Triple Crown in front of home fans and family after his side’s 26-5 win against Scotland.
The victory came after tries from Dan Sheehan, Cian Healy, Josh van der Flier and Conor Murray.
Pierre Schoeman crossed the whitewash for Scotland’s only score shortly before half-time, but it wasn’t enough as Ireland lit up Dublin.
Gibson-Park said: “It’s unbelievable, what a feeling to be back at home and back in front of our home fans and families. So yeah, we’re chuffed.
“It’s unbelievable, what a moment to savour, back in front of our home fans and our families. We’re chuffed man. We’ll have a good night.
“England v France is out of our control, but we’ll sit down and watch it tonight and hope for the best.”
This Triple Crown, Ireland’s sixth since the turn of the century, is also head coach Andy Farrell’s first piece of silverware since being elevated to the role following Joe Schmidt’s departure in 2019.
Gibson-Park added: “We have had to work hard for everything we have gotten. We knew it would be a tough game as it always is against Scotland, they’re a proud team, and in fairness, they stuck in there today and made it very difficult for us.
“So we’re absolutely delighted to come away with a win.
“I like to think we have been fairly positive, I mean, there are always ways to get better, and we’ll go away and have a look at ways we can improve, and then we come back together we’ll have more to work on.
“So yeah, I look forward to that.”