"Last Saturday's victory over Neath by 24 points to 6 points must be our best ever success at the Gnoll. This gave us the "double" because we won 19 points to 3 points on this ground last September."
"We have accumulated 596 points to date with nine games to be played. Keith Jarrett's 15 points at Neath brings his total for the season to 221 points in 24 appearances. Ray Cheney's record (1964/65) of 224 points in 41 appearances seems within Keith's grasp."
"Our commitments for April are heavy, so our squad system, which has worked admirably throughout the season can now be justified up to the hilt during the remainder of this campaign."
"We welcome our friends from Newbridge, who will not be over awed by our present record and the fact that we won at the Welfare Ground last September by 19 points to 12 points. On their last two visits here they were worthy winners and last season they claimed the "double". They enjoyed a successful run during March, so are in confident mood this afternoon. They have been ably led by Denis Hughes, and we congratulate him on his selection for the Welsh Touring Team to New Zealand, Australia and Fiji, along with our own Brian Price (who will captain the party). Stuart Watkins, Keith Jarrett, Barrie Llewellyn and Alan Skirving. An enjoyable and successful tour to all is the profound wish from both clubs. John Anthony is named among eight reserves told to stand by in readiness."
"Next Monday we have our long awaited encounter with the "Exiles" and on Tuesday, we face the star studded Barbarians. After the Baa-Baas game the Newport Schoolboys (under 15) play their Cardiff counterparts and the usual collection will be made for the boys."
"Next Saturday, whilst we are on tour in the West Country, Wales will be fighting for the championship and Triple Crown against England at Arms Park."