AFTER a week off, RGC are back in action tomorrow.

The North Walians continue their Welsh Premiership Cup programme with a home encounter versus Merthyr at Colwyn Bay's Parc Eirias.

Meanwhile, RGC have announced they're looking to form the #BringYourVoice Choir.

Led and supported by RGC brand ambassador Sioned Terry, the club is looking for supporters to grow it in the months ahead.

The choir will look to build a sense of community and togetherness amongst the supporters and create stronger social bonds away from a gameday, plus look to increase the atmosphere both home and away on a matchday.

Open to all ages, rehearsals will be twice a month on an evening and it will be a fun and relaxed atmosphere accessible to all.

Anyone interested can e-mail

Wrexham seconds are also in action tomorrow as they host COBRA seconds in the North Wales Shield.

There has been hugely positive news for Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant.

Initially left out of the Welsh leagues for the forthcoming season, Bro Gwernant can now look forward to competing in North Wales League Division Four.

Team manager Huw Evans said: "When we initially heard that we were excluded from the North Wales league for 21/22, it was a real kick in the teeth.

"The club has come on leaps and bounds over the last 18 months, even with the Covid restrictions that we have all been under.

"We have created a whole new club which brought together the communities of Glyn Ceiriog and Llangollen together, both in the seniors and the junior section and we are now as one under Clwb Rygbi Bro Gwernant."

Evans added: "A lot of hard work has gone on behind the scenes with both the committee members as well as the coaches to get the club in a stable position and putting the building blocks in place for a stable future.

"We were delighted when it was announced that the leagues were to be re structured and we were to be included in the league format.

"This can only benefit North Wales rugby as at the end of the day we want as many teams and players playing the sport we love.

"We would like to thank the other North Wales rugby clubs as well as the rugby community who supported us and this did make a difference with us now getting in the league structure.

"We are all looking forward to the 21/22 season starting in a couple of weeks and the unveiling of our new team kit."