For me, the biggest event at the Millennium Stadium this year didn't happen last Saturday.
While I wish the Wales rugby team all the congratulations they deserve, I'll support the Welsh tiddly-winks side if they beat England, the plain truth is our LDV Vans Trophy final next month is far more important. Well, to me anyway.
It could save the skin of a 133-year-old club.
The scenes in Cardiff last weekend looked fantastic but there were a lot of people jumping on bandwagons, much like when 750,000 crammed the streets of London when they paraded the rugger World Cup.
But there's absolutley nothing wrong with that. Let's all jump on a bandwagon and how about an LDV Vans cup final next month?
Just take the streets of Wrexham on Saturday night.
Hundreds decked out in red, extolling the virtues of Gethin Jenkins and Gavin Henson.
Let's have those very same people travelling down to Cardiff on April 10, chatting about how well Simon Spender's done with crude drawings of Mark Jones adorned on their faces.
Let's get everyone buying split Wrexham-Southend supporters' scarfs ((together at last), but mostly let's get people enjoying themselves as they did when we won the Grand Slam.
The money generated could keep us going and any national publicity of our plight is worth having. You can imagine Richard Keys and Andy Gray sitting in the studio before the match, saying how big a game it is for Wrexham, and how it could well be their last.
With all talk on the takeover front going quiet, it very well might be.
So come on people of Wales, let's put all this new-found euphoria to good use.
Lend some of it to little-old Wrexham.