18 Sep 2011

Still two more games - Irish skipper

7:00 am on 18 September 2011

Ireland captain Brian O'Driscoll celebrated his first Rugby World Cup win over Australia on Saturday night, but warned that the job was "only half-done."

The Irish now aim to finish as Pool C winners and potentially set up a quarter-final clash against Wales.

''It is a performance we knew we had in us. We had to dig deeper than we had done in the last five games," said the skipper after Ireland's 15-6 victory.

''We will enjoy this, but let's not forget that we have two more games.''

Coach Declan Kidney also refused to get carried away with the victory.

However, he added: ''It's the fifth time we have played Australia in the Rugby World Cup and you get a bit fed up with losing.''

Ireland next play Russia on 25 September and Italy on 2 October.