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Bedford Blues will be heading up to Yorkshire on Sunday afternoon looking to return to winning ways in the Greene King IPA Championship.
 
Following narrow losses to Coventry, London Irish and London Scottish, Bedford head into the game looking for a return to form which saw them kicking off the season with wins over Nottingham and Jersey Reds.
 
Last season’s visit to Emerald Headingley Stadium was a tough one as the upright denied the Blues a draw when Will Hooley’s late conversion attempt bounced off and condemned the Blues to a 38-36 defeat having  fought back from 38-24 down with five minutes remaining.
 

Bedford Blues are hosting a Murder Mystery night with a difference on New Year’s Eve in the Marquee at Goldington Road.

See in the New Year in 80’s style with the Blues, including welcome drink on arrival, hot buffet, Murder Mystery entertainment with professional actors and 80’s themed disco to welcome in 2019.

Doors open at 7pm on Monday 31st December with carriages at 12:30am. Tickets cost just £37.50 per person for a night filled with entertainment.  

As Chairman of Bedford Blues, I believe our supporters deserve some clarification on events last weekend. Rumours have circulated since our 23-26 defeat to London Scottish on Saturday afternoon - namely that we had asked for the game to be postponed due to illness.
 
About a week ago, a few players came down with a sickness bug which left them extremely dehydrated and lacking energy. By Friday, that number had risen to 14 players.
 

Bedford Blues are delighted to announce details of the 11th Ladies Day in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support on Saturday 13th October against Doncaster Knights at Goldington Road (KO 3pm).

Still in support of breast cancer, the Club has chosen to work with Macmillan for a second consecutive year and turn the home of the Blues pink for the day (with a splash of Macmillan green).

Bedford Blues were left feeling quite literally sick at full time on Saturday afternoon as they went down 23-26 to London Scottish at Goldington Road.

Illness had swept through the Blues ranks during the week, but the 22 man squad fought valiantly from start to finish, only to be denied a glorious finale for all their hard work.

***Bedford have been forced in to a very late change after Jacob Fields was ruled out of today's game. Tadgh McElroy will now start with Charlie Clare coming onto he replacements bench***

Championship rugby returns to Goldington Road this weekend as Bedford Blues take on London Scottish at 3pm on Saturday.

There was a bumper points haul between the two teams last season with 174 in total over two games including the quite ridiculous 52-52 draw at the Athletic Ground just before Christmas. 

Bedford Blues are delighted to announce the signing of London Irish fly half Jacob Atkins on a short-term loan deal.

Atkins, 21, joined the London Irish academy by virtue of coming through the AASE programme at the start of the 2016/17 season and continued his development under the watchful eye of former England fly-half Charlie Hodgson. 

The youngster has spent time with National League One side Rosslyn Park and heads to Goldington Road to provide cover at number ten with both Will Hooley and Harry Sheppard currently out of action.

Bedford Blues return home this Saturday 29th September against London Scottish at Goldington Road following a seesaw of results in the opening Championship month (KO 3pm). Save £4 and book tickets online here. 

Mike Rayer’s men started the season with two fantastic wins against Nottingham and Jersey Reds respectively, before defeats against Coventry and London Irish in the last two weeks.

Bedford Blues can confirm that prop Camilo Parilli-Ocampo suffered a broken right tibia during the Greene King IPA Championship clash with London Irish at the Madjeski Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Parilli-Ocampo suffered the injury after being tackled two minutes into the second half and required treatment on the pitch before being taken to the Royal Berkshire Hospital where x-rays showed the full extent of the injury.

Tickets for the much-anticipated Boxing Day bout against near neighbours Ampthill at Goldington Road are now on sale online for just £10!

Eagle Stand Season Ticket holders will have a two-week priority window to reserve their allocated seat for the match; please either call the Club, pop in or email season@bedfordrugby.co.uk with your name, ST card number and daytime contact number. The deadline for reservations is Monday 8th October 2018.

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