RGC ended their Welsh Premiership season with defeat away to Swansea.

In head coach Ceri Jones’ last match at the helm of the North Wales side, it was the All Whites who managed to prevail 32-19.

Efan Jones (pictured above), Dion Jones and Sam Earl-Jones were RGC’s try scorers.

Llandovery and Newport, who took the top two spots in the table, will contest the Premiership play-off final.

League winners Llandovery got the better of Cardiff 34-13 in their semi-final, while the other last-four clash saw runners-up Newport defeat Ebbw Vale 48-13.

The Division One North season drew to a close with Pwllheli’s 44-7 success at home to relegated Llangefni. This confirmed Pwllheli’s top-three finish, while Wrexham ended their first season back in the top flight in seventh spot. Mold conclude the campaign in 10th.

Although they lost their penultimate match of the season, Shotton Steel’s Division Two North safety has been confirmed.

Shotton lost out 28-19 in their home meeting with Bangor, while Rhyl & District preserved their Division Two status with a crucial 37-22 win over Colwyn Bay.

Caernarfon booked their spot in the North Wales Senior Cup final with a thrilling 38-32 triumph over COBRA.