For the second season in a row, the Scotland game went down to the wire, with Scottish kicker George Cunningham missing a penalty - by less than a foot - to give the visitors to Inverleith a 5-3 win. Wales fullback Jack Bancroft had been penalized for not playing the ball; a little unfair given that he was unconscious at the time.
The trip to Paris resulted in another mauling, with Trew and winger Melville Baker each scoring hat tricks as Wales jogged in 11 tries.
The deciding match against Ireland at St Helen's was a 0-0 draw at half time, but Wales ran in 13 points in eight minutes during the second half. In spite of a late Irish fightback, they eventually sealed the 1909 Slam 18-5.
Captain: WJ Trew
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