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Bedford Blues ran in five tries as they romped to a 17-35 win over London Scottish at Richmond Athletic Ground on Saturday afternoon.

Bedford were clinical in their finishing as Ryan Hutler, Rich Lane, Huw Worthington, Matt Worley and Dean Adamson all crossed the whitewash during an impressive display in the Capital.

See all the tries from the game HERE.

Two early penalties gave Blues a great attacking platform and despite a lineout drive not kicking into gear, Lee Dickson spread the ball wide for Ryan Hutler to dot down for an unconverted score.

Bedford Blues make six changes as they look to return to winning ways in the Greene King IPA Championship when they visit London Scottish on Saturday afternoon.

It was a case of 'close but no cigar' for the Blues against London Irish last weekend as they were defeated by three points in a thrilling game at Goldington Road.

Of course, the word thrilling really does apply to Bedford's last visit to London Scottish in December 2017 when the sides drew 52 all in a truly remarkable game.

Bedford Blues put in one heck of a performance against league leaders London Irish on Saturday afternoon but the Exiles managed to hang on to pick up a 23-26 win.

Tries from Ryan Hutler and Lewis Robling plus 13 points form the boot of Jake Sharp ensured a losing bonus point was picked up, but London Irish went home with five in the bag thanks to a brace of tries in each half.

See match reaction and all the tries here

Bedford will be hoping it’s fourth time lucky this weekend as they welcome league leaders London Irish to Goldington Road.
 
The two sides have already met three times this season with the Exiles having come out on top in each occasion so far, but Bedford head into the game hoping to continue the form which hasn’t seen them taste defeat at home in the league since September.
 

The Blues return home this Saturday 9th February in Championship action against league leaders and champions elect London Irish in a top of the table clash (KO 3pm). Book online discounted tickets here.

Bedford currently sit in third place, but 16 points adrift of the rampant Exiles, a victory for the home side could however cut the gap to 11 points and bring pressure on to Declan Kidney’s charges. 

Bedford Blues crashed out of the Championship Cup on Sunday afternoon as they were well beaten by Yorkshire Carnegie at Emerald Headingley.

A first half blitz from the hosts saw them lead 26-0 at the interval and despite second half tries from Ryan Hutler and Pat Tapley, the hosts equalled the scoring to seal a 38-14 win and a place in the final four.

Carnegie got the game off to a near perfect start as they dominated the ball and scored within five minutes. Jacob Umaga sent a kick high in the air which Elijah Nike gathered. He sprinted forward before the ball came out to Richard Mayhew who scored with Umaga adding the extras.

Bedford Blues make the trip up to Yorkshire Carnegie this weekend looking for a semi-final spot in the Championship Cup.

Following what can only be described as one of the most thrilling games of Championship rugby against Coventry last weekend, Bedford have regathered their breath and will be looking for another victory to send them into the final four of the cup.

Goldington Road will be opening its gates on Wednesday 10th April 2019 for the return of the annual Mobbs Memorial Match as Bedford Blues prepare to go into battle against The British Army (Kick Off 7:45pm).

Lieutenant Colonel Edgar Mobbs DSO - a true England rugby legend and a genuine hero of World War I - died during the Third Battle of Ypres while attacking a machine gun post.

Rugby fans were treated to an extraordinary fixture at Goldington Road on Saturday afternoon as Bedford Blues beat Coventry in a 15 try thriller that finished 53-52.

While both teams defences have a fair few questions to answer, lightning attacks were the theme of the afternoon with Bedford pinching the win at the death thanks to a Ryan Hutler try deep in stoppage time.

See all the scores from the game plus the views of Rich Lane and Charlie Clare here.

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