RGC got off to winning ways against Neath on Saturday and Evan Yardley knows they need to push on this week in the lead up to Swansea.
The Hooker picked up his sides opening try, with a well worked set piece which the pack can take credit for "I am really pleased with the performance on the weekend, and chatting with the boys afterwards they all thought the Ruthin crowd was awesome. It was an exciting game to play in and you could really feel the atmosphere! "
Last season both games againts Swansea were tight, with a 16-all draw on the road and a close one point home win (35-34).
"From a forwards perspective I thought the set piece worked really well as we have been practicing hard in training with Phil (John) so to get a driving maul try is great, as it shows that the work has paid off on a Saturday. Historically we have had some of our toughest games against Swansea, and next weekend won't be any different. They will test us upfront and physically,so we need to take the momentum from Neath into the game at St. Helens."