I went to Iceland to learn about glaciers and I abseiled down a huge crevasse - it was 20ft deep - and saw right
into the ice, which was amazing but quite scary.
As we saw right
through the day, we just needed a wicket to break through the partnership and batsman always found it hard to start.
Locked together at 7-7 with the Blues North, a wonderful chip from outside-half Owen Williams saw right
wing Bawdy Davies race clear and touch down for a converted try that finally put an end to the Blues North resistance and secured a 14-7 success.
But Treorchy's new-found confidence introduced by Jones's arrival saw right
wing Richard Wintle sprint away for a try, converted by Evans.
I saw right
away that the cables, which are normally in the centre, weren't there any more.