RGC got back to winning ways in fine style with a superb 32-24 victory at Principality Premiership high-fliers Llandovery.

The Gogs turned in another sensational attacking display which was the catalyst behind their success, and Mark Jones’ men will look to build on this victory when they return to home soil on Saturday against Newport on Saturday (2.30pm).

Despite the eventual result it was the home side that started brighter, and they went ahead early on when Aaron Warren crossed the line after just three minutes, with Jack Maynard firing over the extras.

The away side responded well to the setback and got back on level terms after 13 minutes when quick thinking from scrum-half Efan Jones sent Rhys Williams clear, and the winger tossed it to Wales 7s star Afon Bagshaw for an easy score. Billy McBryde despatched the conversion attempt.

They received a further boost when Lewis Ellis-Jones was shown a yellow card for the Drovers soon after, and the visitors got their noses in front on 25 minutes through a penalty try following a prolonged spell of pressure.

A Maynard penalty reduced the arrears on 31 minutes, but the Gogs extended their advantage just before the break when Danny Cross powered his way over from close range to give them a nine-point cushion at the interval.

McBryde opened the second period with a superb penalty of his own after 48 minutes, but the hosts went over again after a decent spell of phases through Ricky Guest on 54 minutes, which Maynard converted.

Jones’ men confirmed their fantastic road victory with a second McBryde penalty on 68 minutes, and they put the exclamation point on proceedings when full-back Dion Jones produced a sensation run to score after a blistering passing move with 76 gone.

McBryde drilled the extras and despite a late rally from the home side it was not enough to prevent RGC from securing another notable success on their travels.