Eddie Jones was a mostly magnanimous figure in the post-match press conference after Ireland's 13-9 win against England on Saturday afternoon.
The Australian said that Ireland had 'played superbly and were too good for us on the day.'
A major contributor to the Irish performance was Peter O'Mahony. The Munster backrow only came into the starting lineup as a late replacement for Jamie Heaslip who was apparently injured in the warm-up.
The England camp only found out about the change moments before kick-off, which had been delayed due to the extraordinary circumstances at the Stade de France which saw the France vs Wales game nearly hit the 100 minute mark.
There was a conspiracy theory that Heaslip was not injured, rather it was a ploy by Joe Schmidt to disrupt English strategy. That was a notion dismissed by the Ireland head coach during his own post-match press conference.
With a knowing smile of his face, Eddie Jones suggested that Ireland had received some 'luck' in the warm-up. He also said that the O'Mahony's late insertion into the Ireland starting XV had only 'slightly' changed England's lineout strategy.
O'Mahony is a fantastic player. Those conditions probably suited him better than Heaslip, who's a more on top of the ground type player.
Sometimes, you have those bits of luck in your warm-up.
Continuing with the theme that Ireland had been 'lucky' in the warm-up, Jones suggested that perhaps a leprechaun had tackled Jamie Heaslip.
I don't really care mate. We've got to play against the 15 on the field. If they want to do that, that's fair enough.
Maybe a leprechaun tackled him in the warm-up, I don't know.
You can watch the full Eddie Jones press conference below with the leprechaun remark at around the 10 minute mark.