RGC will head south to bring the curtain down on their Welsh Premiership campaign tomorrow.

Ceri Jones’ side will head to Swansea for their final encounter, with the head coach stepping down from the role at the conclusion of the campaign.

The North Walians made sure they will end up outside of the bottom-two with last weekend’s bonus point triumph over Pontypool and Jones told the RGC website: “We have been on a journey this season.

“This group of players and the exposure they have had will stand RGC in good stead for the future.

“We look forward to next week and the aim is to finishing the season with another win.”

On his tenure at the helm, Jones added: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with RGC and I’m extremely proud of the player development that has taken place during my time here with the likes of Efan Jones and Brodie Coghlan going on to achieve professional contracts.

“I’ll do all I can now to ensure we have a positive finish to the season, and I can’t thank the players and the staff enough for all their time and effort during the past three years.”

There has been some positive news ahead of next season, with Billy McBryde returning to North Wales from Doncaster.

McBryde was the first RGC player to make 50 consecutive appearances, before he left to play for Doncaster Knights back in 2020.

With over 70 appearances for the Yorkshire club in the Championship, he is looking forward to returning to North Wales.

The Premiership play-offs begin tomorrow, with league winners Llandovery at home to Cardiff and Ebbw Vale visiting runners-up Newport.

Shotton Steel will make sure of their Division Two North safety tomorrow if they can defeat visitors Bangor.

Rhyl & District host Colwyn Bay, while in Division Three North East, Rhosllanerchrugog have a tough trip to unbeaten leaders Machynlleth, who will seal the title with a bonus point triumph.

Wrexham Seconds host Denbigh Seconds, second-placed Ruthin Seconds visit Mold Seconds and Bala Seconds are at home to Llanidloes.

Wrexham’s hopes of reaching the final of the North Wales Senior Cup were dashed by a 25-7 loss in their semi-final versus Division One North champions Nant Conwy.

Jacob Hughes grabbed Wrexham’s try, which was converted by Jack Jones.

“I’m really proud of the lads effort in the semi final against Nant,” said Wrexham skipper Jack Harrison.

“They’re a good team and their record speaks for itself but I thought we put them under a lot of pressure and possibly could’ve made the game tighter than the scoreline suggests.

“At the end of the day, three missed tackles have cost us three tries and decided the game, that’s the level you’re up against when you play Nant.

“There were a lot of positives to take from the game and it’s a much more pleasing way to finish the season, but there’s still a real desire to improve and we have to make sure we’re eager to come back in for pre-season ready to go again and go higher in the league.”

The Division One North season draws to a close with Llangefni’s visit to Pwllheli.

Mold and Wrexham youngsters will have their sights on silverware this weekend.

Colwyn Bay will host the various finals in the RGC Cups, with Mold taking on Pwllheli in tomorrow’s U12s’ Cup final.

On Sunday, Wrexham tackle COBRA in the U15s’ Cup final, just after Mold come up against Bala in the U15s’ Plate final.