Wales and England had a storming night of Rugby, both taking Grand Slam victory in style.
Wales ended Ireland's Six Nation dreams, beating the challengers 25 - 7.
England's Women's team didn't disappoint either, smashing Scotland 80 - 0, bringing them their ninth Six Nations Grand Slam.
Comfortable victories for both teams and definitely cause for celebration.
Wales wasted no time putting themselves ahead early with an early try from Hadleigh Parkes getting the ball rolling.
Warren Gatland, Wales' coach, will also be pleased as last nights victory sees him become the first coach in Five or Six Nations history to win three Grand Slams.
In the women's competition, England showed no mercy taking Scotland down, scoring six times in the first 26 minutes.
Since defeating champions France 41 - 26 in just the second week of this year's Six Nations, England were strong favourites to take home the title.
Captain Sarah Hunter said the team was super proud and they "try our best to inspire the generation that's going to follow us."
The win makes the Red Roses their 10th Six Nations title after losing it to France last year.