Event Date Event Details Category
9 September 2017 Neath RFC v RGC. W 18-31
AWAY
Principality Premiership West
16 September 2017 Aberavon RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership West
23 September 2017 Swansea RFC v RGC D: 16-16
AWAY
Principality Premiership West
30 September 2017 Carmarthen RFC v RGC; W 26-13
HOME
Principality Premiership West
7 October 2017 Bridgend RFC v RGC W 18-7
HOME
Principality Premiership West
28 October 2017 Llandovery RFC v RGC: W 24-7
HOME
Principality Premiership West
4 November 2017 Llanelli RFC v RGC; W 48-31
AWAY
Principality Premiership West
11 November 2017 Neath RFC v RGC; W 31-19
HOME
Principality Premiership West
17 November 2017 Aberavon RFC v RGC; W 30-27
AWAY
Principality Premiership West
25 November 2017 Swansea RFC v RGC; W 34-33
HOME
Principality Premiership West
1 December 2017 Carmarthen RFC v RGC; L 25-22
AWAY
Principality Premiership West
23 December 2017 Bridgend RFC v RGC; W 27-10
AWAY
Principality Premiership West
30 December 2017 Bridgend RFC v RGC; W 47-14
HOME
Principality Premiership West
6 January 2018 Ebbw Vale RFC v RGC; L 16-14
AWAY
WRU Cup
10 February 2018 Neath RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership
17 February 2018 Carmarthen RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership
24 February 2018 Swansea RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership
10 March 2018 Aberavon RFC v RGC
AWAY
Principality Premiership
24 March 2018 Llanelli RFC v RGC
AWAY
Principality Premiership
30 March 2018 Cross Keys RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership
2 April 2018 Cardiff RFC v RGC
AWAY
Principality Premiership
7 April 2018 Pontypridd RFC v RGC
AWAY
Principality Premiership
14 April 2018 Bedwas RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership
21 April 2018 Ebbw Vale RFC v RGC
AWAY
Principality Premiership
28 April 2018 Llandovery RFC v RGC
AWAY
Principality Premiership
5 May 2018 Merthyr RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership
12 May 2018 Newport RFC v RGC
HOME
Principality Premiership
19 May 2018 Bargoed RFC v RGC
AWAY
Principality Premiership

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