RGC winger Sam Jones has won another try scoring award to continue his exceptional start to the season.

The talented back is another successful graduate of the club’s thriving Academy system and he recorded the Principality Premiership Try of the Week for the second time this season thanks to his score against Pontypridd.

This is the second time that the 21-year-old has scooped the award so far this term, and his latest success makes it three such awards already for the Gogs after Efan Jones also picked up the accolade for his opening day score against Neath.

Jones has made a hugely impressive return from injury so far this term and has emerged as one of the key contributors for He managed to secure the honour thanks to his blistering try during their outstanding victory at Ponty, where he displayed his trademark pace to surge past the home rearguard before touching down.

Another RGC star recorded a significant milestone last weekend, with Andrew Williams reaching 150 appearances for the club in their defeat to reigning champions Merthyr.

The forward has been a huge part of the Gogs’ incredible rise to prominence over recent seasons, and he continues to serve as a leader and role model to younger members of the squad as well as Academy members aiming to follow in his footsteps.

RGC will be aiming to return to winnings ways when they make the daunting trip to high-flying Llandovery on Saturday, with the contest moved to a 5.15pm kick-off after being selected for TV by S4C Sport.