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The Championship big boys arrive in Bedford this Saturday for a much-anticipated clash as the Blues look to respond in front of their home faithful against the league’s top side Bristol Rugby (Kick Off 3pm). Save £4 and book tickets online here.

Following an impressive start to the season, Mike Rayer’s men suffered a slight road bump on Saturday, losing out to a very impressive Ealing Trailfinders, who now sit top of the standings.

The deadline for 2018 Six Nations ticket applications for Twickenham to watch England closes this Friday for Bedford Blues Season Ticket holders. 

Application emails with details were sent out a couple of weeks back with your application form, only entries received by Friday 22nd September will be processed. Unfortunately due to RFU international ticket restrictions, the Club are set to receive a small allocation and will be unable to fulfil many requested orders.

Bedford Blues tasted defeat for the first time this season as they were on the receiving end of a 45-25 loss against Ealing Trailfinders.

The Blues will be sorely disappointed with the second half which saw the host running away with the game and Bedford just couldn't find a way back into it.

Speaking at the full time whistle, hooker Tom Lindsay said: "I felt that we had it until half time but then silly errors and a couple of penalties let us down. They built pressure and it was hard to stop them.

This October Half-Term, Bedford Blues Community team will be hosting another rugby camp for children of all ages at Goldington Road as the rugby season gets into full swing.

The three-day rugby camp will run from Tuesday 24th to Thursday 26th October under our new successful coaching direction; ‘Learn to Play the Blues way’ as well as some seasonal surprises and a Halloween themed final day!

Bedford Blues Community have taken the decision to move didi rugby classes to Sunday mornings from this weekend after its first trial term in the summer.

The transition to Sunday mornings, at the same time periods and great coaching, has been taken to allow parents a more routine pathway into junior rugby which also takes place on Sunday mornings. The switch in day avoids other competition classes for toddlers and makes logistics easier for the club.

It is with great sadness that the Club have been informed that former player Dominic Wyer-Roberts passed away suddenly on Saturday afternoon, aged just 45.

The thoughts of all at Bedford Blues are with his wife Kate, daughter Grace and sons Augustus and Fabian.

Dom, who played in the second row, made 40 appearances for the first team between 1993-95. He also played once in 1989 as a pupil from Bedford School.

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