RGC player Billy McBryde received a notable distinction after the season was cancelled early by the Welsh Rugby Union.

The Gogs’ fly-half was in tremendous form throughout the Indigo Group Premiership campaign and finished as the league’s top points scorer.

This might have changed during the final few fixtures, but the WRU took the decision to end all domestic rugby early with no promotion or relegation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

McBryde arrived at Stadiwm Zip World in Colwyn Bay before the 2018/19 season, replacing the hugely influential Jacob Botica at the number ten spot.

He came through the Scarlets and Llanelli youth programmes and represented Wales at U20, 18 and 16 levels.

The player has made a massive impact during his time at RGC, providing an assured presence with the boot and coming up with some vital tries over his two seasons at the club.

This has gone a long way to the Gogs’ consolidating their status in the domestic top-flight despite losing a host of familiar faces last summer.

McBryde amassed an impressive 163 points for RGC during the season, comfortably beating Cardiff's Gareth Thompson (123) to the top spot.

He crossed the white wash on six occasions – two short of Pontypridd wing Dale Stuckey, who topped the table with eight.

Gogs’ duo Afon Bagshaw and Rhys Williams were also in the higher echelons of the try scorers table, both ending the campaign with seven apiece that put them joint-second in the standings alongside Torin Myhill of Carmarthen Quins.