The Times report of this game on 6th April 1914 ran as follows:-
"NEWPORT V. HARLEQUINS"
"Newport beat the Harlequins at Newport on Saturday by two tries (6 points) to nothing."
"The Newport forwards won the game for their side. At the same time the Welshmen had more than equal share of the luck; their play was often at fault, but the Harlequins failed to profit from several accidental openings. R. Dibble, the old English international, scored the first try for the winners; he gathered the ball splendidly from a low drive by D. O'H. Tripp and dashed over the line before the Harlequins realized that danger was threatening. The second try was scored by F. W. Birt after a good run by H. Uzzell. A. D. Stoop played as well as ever he has done in matches in Wales, and was the best man on the field, although he was badly supported by D. S. Cook, who was playing in place of H. J. H. Sibree. R. W. Poulton made several good runs, but was always most carefully marked by the Newport backs. Less enterprise was shown by Harlequins' backs as a division than is usually expected of them. The teams were:-"
"NEWPORT.- H. Wreford, back; *R. C. S. Plummer, *F. W. Birt, *J. Wetter, and *G. L. Hirst, three-quarter backs; *T. H. Vile and *W. J. Martin, half backs; *H. Uzzell, *P. Jones, *R. Dibble, J. Fairfax, L. Attewell, M. Williams, R. Edwards, and R. W. Shepherd, forwards."
"HARLEQUINS:- D. O'H. Tripp, back; A. H. Hudson, N. B. Hudson, *J. G. G. Birkett, and *R. W. Poulton, three-quarter backs; D. S. Cook and *A. D. Stoop, half backs; R. O. C. Ward, Æ. F. Q. Perkins, *J. E. Greenwood, R. M. Gotch, J. V. Rees, J. Norman, H. B. Wakeham, and H. S. Ellis, forwards."
"* An International."