RGC’s season may have come to an end prematurely due to the coronavirus pandemic, but they can take plenty of positives from the campaign.

The Indigo Group Premiership side were expected to go through a period of transition following the departures of head coach Mark Jones, Phil John and some influential senior squad members.

Their plight was not aided by the absence of Matt Silva due to personal reasons, but the Gogs’ performed well in the face of some stern competition to further establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the top-flight.

It has been a real collective effort from RGC to ensure momentum continues to build at Stadiwm Zip World in Colwyn Bay, but here are five players who stood out during the season.

Billy McBryde.

Talented fly-half McBryde enhanced his reputation as one of the domestic game’s most prolific point-scorers with an outstanding season in RGC colours.

He was in clinical form with the boot and also came up with some valued tried during the season. This resulted in McBryde earning the most Premiership points in 2019/20 by a comfortable margin thanks to his sterling efforts.

McBryde is now one of the squad’s most important players and is a consistent performer that can be relied upon week in, week out.

Efan Jones.

The former Wales U18 international has grown in stature once again this season and displays the sort of talent that is highly sought after in the domestic game.

Jones displays superb vision and controls the tempo from the scrum-half spot considerably. He has risen through the Academy and here is still scope from improvement given Jones’ age.

If he continues on this upward curve, then there is no telling what Jones is going to achieve during his career. The Gogs’ are much better off when he is on the field and he has made a full recovery from a serious eye injury.

Afon Bagshaw.

Bagshaw has been one of RGC’s most outstanding performers during their club’s incredible rise to prominence. This is a trend that continued during the season, which comes as no surprise to those that have seen him play over the years.

He provides a solid anchor at full-back and is also more than capable of influencing proceedings from the wing. The Wales 7s star is the team’s vocal leader and it is hard to envisage RGC without Bagshaw in and around the set-up.

The player is now entering his prime and this can only mean good things for the Gogs’ going forward.

Bryn Jones.

Jones has enjoyed arguably the best season of his RGC career to date. The powerful forward made a lasting impression during the campaign thanks to his exceptional work rate and presence.

This was a massive asset for a forward area that lost some key faces in pre-season and had their fair share of injury concerns in 2019/20. Jones proved more than capable of filling the void and can now be considered as one of the first names on the team sheet.

The experience Jones gained during the season will do his chances of making a similar sort of impression next term the world of good.

Rhys Tudor.

Tudor has excelled with extra responsibility on his shoulders this season after Sam Jones left the club to sign for all-conquering Merthyr.

The blistering winger has been at the top of his game and has aided his side’s cause significantly with some dazzling tries. He is a prolific scorer that makes the very most of most opportunities that come his way.

The future looks incredibly bright for Tudor, who seems to thrive in the big moments thanks to his overall class with the ball in his hands.