RGC return to Welsh Premiership action with a tough trip to third-placed Newport.

Ceri Jones’ side are just three points clear of the bottom-two and the coach told the club’s website after their defeat to leaders Llandovery: “We need to look at ourselves.

“If we don’t and play similar... at Newport then they will punish us as well.”

There are two Division Two North matches. Tonight, Nant Conwy Seconds host Bro Ffestiniog, while tomorrow Colwyn Bay make the trip along the coast to Rhyl & District.

In Division Three North East, Llanidloes have home advantage against Machynlleth tomorrow.

RGC girls U18s have claimed a national title.

The North Walians beat Cardiff over the weekend, following on from previous victories versus Scarlets, Ospreys and Dragons, meaning RGC won the WRU regional age grade championship for the first time.

Another big Friday night is in store for Wales U20s.

Seven days after opening their U20 Six Nations campaign with a thrilling 37-29 triumph over Scotland, Richard Whiffin’s side are away to England this evening.

Bath’s Recreation Ground will host the encounter and England will also be aiming to make it two-wins-out-of-two following their opening 36-11 success in Italy.

Tonight’s other fixtures: Ireland v Italy; Scotland v France.