RGC star Afon Bagshaw attained another notable achievement during their clash against Carmarthen Quins.

The Gogs’ standout turned out in North Wales development region colours for the 150th time in what has been a glittering career to date.

Bagshaw came through the club’s thriving Academy ranks as a Cole Llandrillo student before moving onto the first team squad, where he played a considerable role in the Gogs’ incredible rise through the domestic leagues and into the Indigo Group Premiership.

The versatile back was also part of the squad that managed to secure the WRU National Cup for the first time in their history on a memorable day at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff and has long been recognised as one of the faces of RGC in the region.

This exceptional has also brought international recognition, with Bagshaw capped at Wales U20 level as a youngster and becoming part of the hugely successful national sevens squad.

Bagshaw made a lasting impression with the Wales 7s set-up to cement his place in the squad and earn a contract from the Welsh Rugby Union, before being appointed to the role of vice-captain to further highlight his overall influence.

The player, who made his name as a full-back but can also operate on the wing, was one of the best players on the pitch once again as RGC returned to competitive action with a 15-15 draw against Quins in treacherous conditions at Stadiwm Zip World in Colwyn Bay.