From the match programme:
"The star-studded Barbarians wind-up their Easter Tour here today. They played Penarth (Good Friday), Cardiff (Saturday) and Swansea yesterday. Bill Morris and John Jeffrey are in their party, and two Frenchmen, Jo Maso of Narbonne and Andre Campaes of Lourdes. Last year Claude Lacaze and Jean Gachassin were invited. Players not available for the May tour of South Africa have not been included, and the Welsh and English players taking part in next Saturdays game at Caidiff could not be considered. The six Welshmen (including Fred Williams of London Welsh) plus Wilson Lauder the Neath Scottish international have a bright chance for the overseas trip."
"Last season we won an exciting game here 26 points to l1 points. We have six more matches after today, excluding the Sevens , three away games and the last three at home. Our last away game will be on Wednesday, April 16th when we journey hopefully to Cardiff to play our fourth game of the series to clinch our first ever four wins in a season. The Supporters Club will be running a coach to Cardiff that day?leave N.A.C. 4.45 p.m."
"We have started a Sports Museum and several interesting items and objects have been donated. We respectfully ask you to check on anything relating to the N.A.C. that might have historical value and contact Mr. Phil Hill at the Club office."
"A collection will be taken today for the Newport Schools Rugby Union. These lads are not subsidised by the Education Authority so they depend on the Easter collection. Masters who give so much of their time must rely on the generosity of the vice-presidents and friends. A set of jerseys cost ?50 and travelling expenses are high. Twenty years ago today (when money was worth a little more) we collected ?88, but last year just ?24 was in the collection tins. Please do not be apathetic?give generously! You will be repaid if you remain after the big game and watch what will be an entertaining game between the Newport and Cardiff under 15s."