RGC fly-half Billy McBryde is being linked with a move across the border.

The Gogs’ back was at the very top of his game last term, emerging as the Indigo Group Premeirship’s top scorer by a comfortable margin during his second season with at Stadiwm Zip World in Colwyn Bay.

His exceptional series of performances have reportedly been attracting considerable attention from Doncaster Knights, who have targeted the player to bolster their squad next season, according to The Rugby Paper.

It remains to be seen whether McBryde would be tempted by a move to the RFU Championship side in the coming weeks, and RGC would also fight hard to hold onto one of their most dynamic players.

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.