RGC Women ended their Regional Championship campaign with a 36-7 loss at Ospreys.

The Gogs were second best throughout their final clash against the eventual winners of the competition, but the progressive set-up can be highly encouraged by what they have achieved in the face of some stern competition this term.

The host wasted no time in stamping their mark on proceedings and they recorded the game’s first try after six minutes when a surging drive resulted in Robyn Lock crossing the line, Keira Bevan added the extras.

This was swiftly followed by another score which came courtesy of Sasha Bailey, who chased down and superbly collected a long kick before touching down. Bevan missed the conversion attempt.

Another impressive spell of possession saw Ffion Bowen cross the white wash after good work from Emma Hennessey soon after, and a driving maul resulted in Ospreys skipper Siwan Lillicrap grounding for a bonus point try to all-but secure the title. Bevan managed to kick one of the extra point attempts.

The Gogs did threaten the home try line but were met by some fierce resistance, and a super break towards the end of the first period saw Lock dot over for her second of the contest.

Bevan added the extras to make it a 31-point game at the break, but the Gogs kept plugging away and managed to grab a consolation score after the interval that was successfully converted.

The scoring was wrapped up late on when Griffiths went over after some fine work from Lauren Smyth and Megan Griffiths for the defending champions.