In September Newport suffered heavy defeats at home to Neath and at Swansea but then won their next 18 matches including taking Cardiff's home record. Gordon Britton making his comeback after 18 months was the first player of the season to cross Cardiff's line. During Newport's winning run they also managed to win at Bristol while fielding 9 reserves because of trial and Wales calls. Towards the end of Newport's winning run, John Mantle decided to turn pro with St Helens Rugby League. Vice captain Bob Prosser played on with a reccurrence of a finger injury missing only 2 matches.
Peter Rees scored 22 tries and Stuart Watkins 19 tries. Bob Prosser (43) and Ray Cheney (41) led the appearances. David Watkins also led his side to their 8th Welsh Sevens Championship in 12 tournaments.
September 1964 saw Rodney Parade host the joint Glamorgan/Monmouthshire side play the touring Fijians.