RGC will bring the curtain down on their Welsh Premiership season tomorrow.

Targeting a magnificent seventh success of the season, RGC welcome Aberavon to Colwyn Bay.

There’s a fierce battle to finish third behind Cardiff and Newport in the table and RGC are currently in third spot.

However, five other clubs still have aspirations to finish in the top-three.

RGC’s last match came three weeks ago with a 40-10 win over Pontypridd.

And since then Efan Jones (pictured below), Rhys Tudor, Jessie Williams, Ilan Evans, Sam Earl-Jones and Dan Owen have all re-signed for the 2022-23 season.

Leaders Cardiff entertained Merthyr last night and a maximum points win would have given the side from the capital the title.

If Cardiff slipped up, Newport could become champions with victory at Carmarthen Quins on Sunday.

Tomorrow’s other match sees Bridgend at Llandovery.

There’s one match in Division Three North tomorrow as Rhosllanerchrugog welcome local rivals Wrexham Seconds.

Ruthin will climb into the top-three in Division One North with victory at home to Dolgellau, while Vale of Clwyd rivals Denbigh go to Pwllheli.

One match goes ahead in Division Two North, with Newtown hosting Abergele.