RGC have delivered an encouraging update on a number of key first-team players who are recovering from injury.

The Gogs’ Indigo Group Premiership clash at Cardiff was postponed at the last minute due to the increased threat of Coronavirus, which also saw the Welsh national side’s Six Nations encounter against Scotland postponed at the 11th hour.

Gifted scrum-half Efan Jones was named on the bench by RGC for Friday’s cancelled fixture after successfully coming through his latest assessment regarding a fractured eye socket.

The former Wales U18 international has now fully recovered from his operation and has his sets set on regaining his starting spot.

Powerful forward Beau Williams is making good progress as he looks to return to the set-up for the start of pre-season training.

The New Zealander is another RGC squad member that went under the knife to repair a serious problem, but the prognosis is good for a full recovery.

Rhys Williams suffered a thigh knock during a recent training session and he is aiming to make a push for the squad by the Newport game at Stadiwm Zip World, with Robin Williams set to be available for the Gogs’ test against Bridgend following a concussion suffered at Swansea.

Influential forward Bryn Jones is awaiting an MRI regarding an ankle problem that the player fell victim to against Ebbw Vale.