RGC winger Sam Jones has received another weekly award for his sensational try in their recent win.

The former Gogs’ Academy prospect has endured a frustrating time with injuries of late, but his importance to the team was further highlighted in his outstanding individual display in their 28-25 win over Newport.

The pacey winger, who recently graduated from Bangor University, demonstrated his trademark pace to cross the white wash against the Black and Ambers, and his latest incredible score saw him scoop the Principality Premiership Try of the Week after a public vote.

This is the third time that Jones has won this particular award during the season.

Jones has made a hugely impressive return from injury so far this term and has emerged as one of the key contributors for Mark Jones’ side during what has been another encouraging opening to the top-flight campaign.

The Gogs’ have also revealed information regarding their long-term absentees, who are all making encouraging progress as they look to return to the field.

Former Welsh U18 international Dan Owen has recently undergone successful surgery on his knee and is expected to be ready for pre-season training, but he will not be risked for the remainder of the current campaign.

Tim Grey is currently rehabbing an arm injury with no timeframe on his return, with mainstay Joe Simpson being assessed in regards to a leg injury.

There was good news regarding Rhys Williams, who can resume contact training this month, and Aron Evans turned out for his local side Holyhead to ready himself for a return to the Gogs’ senior side.