RGC’s brightest stars were honoured for their efforts throughout another encouraging campaign.

The young Gogs’ have shown their potential at both U18 and U16 level during a number of testing fixtures, both regionally and on the national stage.

A large number of individuals from both squads were recognised with special awards as a result of their efforts, with Pedr Jones’ exceptional commitment seeing him come away with the U18 Players’ Player of the Year title.

Dafydd Williams’ consistency resulted in the Coaches’ Player of the Year honour, and Dafydd Thirsk is now the proud owner of the Team Player of the Year award.

Rounding off the achievements from the U18 squad was Aaron Williams, who came away with the Most Improved Player of the Year.

Siencyn Metcalfe was crowned U16 Players’ Player of the Year, with Christian Hone’s overall influence within the set-up acknowledged with the Coaches’ Player of the Year accolade.

The Team Player of the Year title went to Carwyn Jones, and the duo of Peter Pattenden and Efan Mutembo took home the ost Improved Back and Forward of the Year respectively.

Coaching staff held a series of trials to determine next season’s squad at Bangor University recently, which focussed on physical testing, skill drills and small-sided games to see who has what it takes to make an impact during the upcoming campaign.

Speaking to the RGC website, performance manager Josh Leach said: “Selection processes can result in good news for some, and not so good news for others, however we have made a big effort to ensure that non-selected players understand the rationale behind the decisions, and are given direction in how they can develop their game, in the hope that they will progress over the course of the year and be nominated by their clubs to trial again in the future.

“I would just like to take this opportunity to thank all those staff, most of whom are volunteers, for their commitment over the course of this season. The time and effort they dedicate to RGC and to developing the players within our pathway is exceptional.”