RGC will be seeking victory during a trip south in their efforts to climb out of the bottom-two in the Welsh Premiership.

It’s a battle of the bottom two as RGC head to basement side Neath and they will be looking to bounce back from last week’s narrow 29-27 home loss to Pontypridd.

Head coach Ceri Jones told the RGC website: “Again it’s frustrating for all, players, coaches and supporters.

“We again just lacked composure at times and it cost us. We were in a position to win, with a 10-point lead and even when they scored the option to kick and chase was the right one, but what happened after that cost us.

“They were able to go 70 yards down the field from a mis-tackle and they get the lineout and maul. Having the composure is what was needed, and we didn’t have that clarity.

“I am gutted, the players are emotional after that result, as we are desperately working hard to get that win for the supporters.”

Other fixtures: Aberavon v Carmarthen Quins; Bridgend v Merthyr; Llandovery v Swansea.

There’s a weekend off for Mold - and they know the pressure’s off after sealing Division One North safety with a brilliant win at Llangefni.

Mold will end their league season next weekend, while champions Nant Conwy can complete a perfect Division One season tomorrow if they beat visitors Caernarfon.

Other fixtures: Bethesda v Dolgellau; Llandudno v Ruthin; Pwllheli v COBRA.

Shotton Steel will ensure their Division Two North safety if they can win at Nant Conwy Seconds, who could finish as runners-up.

In Division Three North, Rhosllanerchrugog go to Denbigh Seconds, while Flint host Ruthin Seconds.

Other fixture: Llanidloes v Bala 2nds.