RGC try scorer Iolo Evans praised his side’s second half effort as they picked up a valuable win over Swansea.

The talented back was one of the key contributors to the Gogs’ success, and Mark Jones’ men will look to keep their Principality Premiership title push on track at Aberavon on March 10.

Evans, said: “It was down to keeping the ball in the key areas in the second half, and giving themselves the platform to build phases.

“We were far more disciplined after halftime and we controlled the game better. We knew Swansea would be a test, and it was the case in the 1st half but we gave them the ball and the opportunity to get back into the game.”

Following their clash at Aber, RGC then travel to Bargoed and Llanelli before hosting Cross Keys at Stadiwm Zip World on March 30.

Mei Parry, who made his long-awaited return from injury in the triumph, added: “We talked before the game about their driving maul, the physicality of the clean-out and around the breakdown and I think we stepped it up today.

“They have always caused us problems and this season we have drawn and beat them by one point here last time out, so today was a big improvement for us.

“The bonus point win gives us a platform to take to Aberavon in a few weeks when we go on the road in March.”