And it was, for 3 months the first team played no rugby as the country suffered one of the severest winters in living memory. To date it had been a moderate season winning as many as they lost but the break seemed to act as a catalyst. Starting with a win over Toc H they went unbeaten through to the end of season. In part this was due to players such as David Miller (a Kings schoolboy debutant) and Dai Jones (a former Welsh schoolboys hooker) complementing the skills of Holland and McInnes. This run of success was to be a forerunner for the most successful season to date.