RHYL and District closed out their WRU National League Division Two North away fixtures with a 31-19 loss at Wrexham.

The Dragons were left rueing another poor start which was the catalyst behind their downfall, and they are next in action on May 12 when Cobra visit the Waen for their final game at the site before moving to pastures new.

A disappointing opening to proceedings saw the home side run riot and rack up a 19-point advantage early on, which game the visitors an uphill task for the remainder of the contest against the third placed side.

After the break saw a spirited fightback from the away side as they looked to salvage something from the tie, and second row Ashley Brown got them on the scoreboard with a powerful surge across the try-line.

The home side responded well and restored their cushion with another well-worked score, but the Dragons continued to show plenty of determination and the impressive Brown crossed the white wash to seal his brace midway through the half.

This was swiftly followed by an excellent individual try from Tore Wright, but the visiting side were unable to significantly threaten the overall result in the closing stages.

Attention now turns to their last ever game at the Waen, and a host of exciting things have been lined up to mark the end of an era for the club.