Scotland's brilliant victory over Wales was celebrated by some famous fans on Twitter
Even before Scotland arrived at Murrayfield to face Wales, they had enjoyed a good opening to their Six Nations campaign, beating Ireland 27-22 and enduring a narrow 22-16 defeat in France.
Taking on the Welsh after their narrow loss to England seemed like an excellent match-up, and the Scotland team had some famous support – not least in the form of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Her predecessor Alex Salmond tuned in too, and liked what he saw.
Having gone into the half-time break 9-13 down, the Scots dominated the second half…
… and scored 20 unanswered points to earn a surprise win.
Andy Murray’s mother Judy was in a celebratory mood, illustrating the scoreline with 29 flame emojis.
Salmond was definitely pleased – nice hashtagging.
Six-time Olympic champion cyclist Sir Chris Hoy and triple British Touring Car champion Gordon Shedden staked a claim for the Triple Crown, a title the Scots could win if they beat England at Twickenham.
And is there a chance Scotland could actually win the whole thing?
Perhaps as long as Andrew Marr continues reading, there’s a chance…
Someone get that man a Waterstones voucher, quickly.