ONE more win will see RGC top Group A in the Welsh Premiership Cup.

The North Walians ended Carmarthen Quins' tilt in the competition with a thumping 37-3 win on their travels.

RGC will now host Ebbw Vale in early December, with the winners of that tie topping the group.

Two penalties from Dion Jones had RGC in the box seat early on, before Quins reduced the gap with a penalty from Jac Wilson.

The visitors were the ones making yards, though, with Pedr Jones, Dan Owen and Sam Williams carrying well.

The opening try came from some solid phases, before Dion Jones put an excellent kick behind the defence, which was collected on the bounce by Rhys Tudor. The winger crossed the line for the score.

It wasn’t long before fly-half Jones added to his points tally when he stretched with the ball to dab down and convert the extras.

The Quins defence was being stretched at times, as RGC ran some good angles getting Delwyn Jones on the ball to break the gain line.

RGC’s defence was called into action as the half ended, but they dealt with the Quins attacking maul and ended the opening 40 minutes with a 15-point lead.

It was all RGC in the opening spell in the second half and they went through some phases, kept the ball moving and claimed another try when Delwyn Jones went over in the corner. Dion Jones hit a difficult conversion to extend the lead.

Dafydd Williams claimed the bonus point try, after the ball went wide from the scrum and the winger flew over for the score.

RGC probably felt they left a couple of tries on the pitch after making some good inroads behind the Quins backline.

Efan Jones made a quick tap and go before his mazy run ended yards from the whitewash. Dafydd Williams was also unlucky when he couldn't quite take a pass when the line was in sight.

RGC did get their final try in the 73rd minute after Jordan Scott crossed the line and Dion Jones was on form with the boot again.