20-year-old Jordan Turner Hall was one of their try scorers and he is an amazing athlete, combining the physicality of someone much older with a fantastic work ethic. He's just in a completely different stratosphere as to where I was at his age with experience, knowledge and raw power. He now needs to go on and turn himself into an absolutely top class player that England coach Brian Smith has to come and look at.
It's hugely important that Jordan and Quins back up last week's victory with another win this weekend. I can think of umpteen unbelievable one off performances littering Heineken Cup history, but the top sides are those that can consistently back it up week on week.
Last week was Quins proving they can be a European contender, a team not to be taken lightly - something that Stade could be accused of last week. Now all eyes will be on them and there's no chance that the French side will under estimate the challenge this week. I would be very surprised if the mercurial Juan Martin Hernandez particularly, plays that badly again.
Dean Richards' team now have a chance to announce themselves to Europe. Their performance in France was almost like poking their head round the European door. If they can complete the double over Stade home and away at the weekend, it will be the equivalent of a grand entrance onto the Heineken Cup stage. Not many clubs can boast of a double over the French aristocrats from the Bois de Boulogne.