RGC will be looking to continue their excellent run in the Welsh Premiership Cup this evening.

A double is the target for the North Walians as they head to Ebbw Vale.

Back in early October, RGC took the spoils 17-13 in their home clash with Ebbw Vale in Colwyn Bay.

Efan Jones says his team-mates are relishing the challenge to continue the winning run, with the latest success being last weekend's 34-28 win to end Newport's six-match unbeaten sequence.

"The challenge was to back up the Merthyr win, and we did that last week," said Jones.

"It was a huge defensive effort at Newport, as we dug in during the second half.

"Of course, the next challenge is to do it again on Friday night, and it is another tough test on the road at Ebbw Vale.

"We have some momentum now, so it’s a case of pushing on but making sure we again do the basics right and look at how we manage the game."

Head coach Ceri Jones gave praise to RGC's defence in the second half at Newport and he said: "We spoke at half-time about putting as much effort into our defence as we did in our attack, and we showed that during the opening spell after half-time.

"Newport had multiple phases and we defended hard and came away with the ball.

"When we did that I knew we would go on and win.

"I said to the boys you can't expect to turn up and win on the road, the effort to pick up results on the road is huge."

Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant are back on the road tonight.

It's a friendly encounter as Bro go to Les Phillips Fields to tackle Denbigh seconds.

Bro Gwernant began their Division Four (North) campaign in terrific fashion with a 12-5 success at Bala seconds and team manager Huw Evans said: “We started off rusty which gave Bala the upper hand early on.

"As the game went on, we started to find our feet and put some good combinations together.

"We had the luxury to bring on some experienced players which helped us take our chances and see out the win in the end.

"We knew Bala were missing a few players, and we were more than happy to provide a couple of players to help meet the new WRU initiative of 'let’s get the game on' to ensure the game could be played."

Meanwhile, Wrexham Youth have got a final fling in store on the back of a brilliant weekend on the road.

The Wrexham outfit travelled to Pwllheli for a semi-final clash in the North Wales Cup.

There was a late 5pm kick-off due to Pwllheli's seniors playing earlier in the day and this meant the Gwynedd side had a large contingent of home supporters.

Wrexham supporters that had travelled to the coast, although fewer, gave the team great encouragement in a fiercely contested match.

Wrexham remained strong against pressure from Pwllheli and took the opportunities to score when the chances came, eventually winning 16-11.

There is no a wait to see who they'll play in the final, with COBRA taking on Nant Conwy in the other semi-final.