Bedford Blues take to the skies this weekend as they head across the English Channel to take on Jersey Reds in Round 12 of the Greene King IPA Championship.

Following a hard-fought win over second placed Ealing Trailfinders last weekend, the Blues now face the huge challenge of taking on the Reds in front of their own fans.

With  things tightening up at the top of the table, there's plenty riding on this third versus fourth clash with neither side wanting to lose any ground on the top two teams.

The Followers Quiz Night returns on Friday 15th February to the Scrum Hall at Goldington Road as Jackie Markham hosts Bedford’s own eggheads challenge.  

The Scrum Hall will open its doors for 7pm for a 7:30pm start, so make sure you get there in plenty of time to secure your table and grab a drink before it’s time to put the thinking caps on.

Teams will be made up of up to six people, but don’t panic if you don’t have a full team, come along and teams will be put together of smaller groups or individual supporters. 

Following last week’s Championship Cup Quarter Final draw, the Blues face a trip to Yorkshire Carnegie on Sunday 3rd February at Emerald Headingley Stadium; and need your support!

The Bedford Rugby Followers Association will be running coach travel to the game to ensure the Blues’ 16th man is out in full force in what promises to be a tough challenge against a recently improved and in form Yorkshire side. 

Bedford Blues picked up a huge victory on Saturday afternoon as they overcame Ealing Trailfinders 23-18 at Goldington Road.

Tries from Chris Czekaj and Dean Adamson along with 13 points from the boot of Will Hooley did the damage, but the Blues overall game management and impressive defensive display ensured that they closed the gap on their opposition in the league table.

Click here to see all of the scores from the game

Blues Community are thrilled to announce their next three-day junior rugby camp in February Half-Term running from the 12th to 14th of next month at Goldington Road, click here to book now.

The first camp of 2019 will remain open to boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 15 with all levels of ability welcome. The youngsters will be put through their paces with a new and exciting programme led by new Head of Community, Dominic Fraser, and supported by Blues first team players.

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St Peter
1st XV Fixture
Sat 26-Jan 3.00pm
Goldington Road
1st XV Fixture
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Emerald Headingley Stadium
1st XV Fixture
Sat 9-Feb 3.00pm
Goldington Road
1st XV Fixture
Sat 16-Feb 3.00pm
Richmond Athletic Ground
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Saturday 26th January
1st XV Championship
Goldington Road