RGC head coach Mark Jones praised his side’s execution following their impressive 45-17 bonus point triumph at Bedwas.

The Gogs’ turned in one of their finest performances of the Principality Premiership season during a dominant display on the road, and they will look to build on this positive result during their trip to Llanelli on Sunday.

Jones, said: “I thought we played well and was pleased with our set piece against a team that is strong in that front. Form wise in the last five games they are second behind Cardiff.

"We executed our plays well putting in the RGC imprint which was pleasing – scoring tries from a range of areas with the maul and good ball movement.

“As a group we have been looking at our attacking aspects, and today we showed our ability to score both from the pack and the backs.

“Next week it is another test on our travels against a Llanelli side that have good players, even if their league position doesn’t show at the moment. That is our next focus before we are back at Eirias for the Aberavon games.

"I would also like to thank the supporters who came down today and backed us from the kick-off, it was nice to get them the result.”

The away side wasted no time in making an impact when Efan Jones went over after good work from Dion Jones and Sam Jones, with Billy McBryde adding the extras.

A Joseph Scrivens penalty reduced the arrears soon after, before RGC’s powerful pack produced a surging drive that resulted in an Evan Yardley touch down. McBryde converted.

This same pattern of okay continued throughout the first period, with Harri Evans and Sam Jones both crossing the white wash to secure the bonus point and McBryde remaining perfect with the boot.

James Richards and Luke Crane dotted over either side of half-time to keep the hosts in-touch, both of which were converted by Scrivens, but further scores from Jones and Danny Cross, in addition to a penalty try, put the exclamation point on proceedings for the Gogs.