RGC Women 33 Dragons 17
Sunday 7th October
RGC Women claimed an impressive win against Dragons at Stadiwm Zipworld, with winger Jess Kavanagh grabbing a hatrick.
It was the home side that started brightly, with some good attacking intent but they couldn't capitalise on the possession and territory.
Dragons took the lead with a try, but credit to RGC as they continued to play heads up rugby
The game was struggling with any flow as both sides racked up the penalties.
Midway through the half RGC got on the scoreboard when Kavanagh crossed the line, and took the lead with a Bethan Davies conversion.
RGC would have felt they should have had a bigger lead, but a lack of composure let them down at times.
The Dragons tried to get back in the game, and the RGC coaching staff would have been delighted with the defence, as they kept the visitors out time and time again.
That composure was their in the 2nd half, and speedster Kavanagh claimed two more tries with clinical finishing.
Bethan Davies was on form with the boot, but the Flyhalf grabbed a individual try when she intercepted a pass in halfway and raced down the pitch to touchdown. She also added the extras.
The game was put out reach when Hannah Hughes picked up a try in her home debut.
The Dragons did claim a couple of tries towards the end of the match, but it's was a day to remember for the home side Infront of a large Stadiwm Zip World support.
Coach Rachel Taylor was delighted for her players, especially to win at home " Great performance today, it’s such a special occasion for the girls to have a home game so I’m happy more for them that they stepped up and delivered in front of their friends and family. Next week is a really tough prospect but now we can go knowing what we can do!"