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A belated congratulations to ex-Blues Academy Captain Ali Price, who won his first cap last Saturday in Scotland’s 43-16 win over Georgia.  Ali, whi has been on the bench for Scotland's last three games, came off the bench to replace the Scotland captain, Greg Laidlaw, at scrum half, and win his first cap.

Bedford Blues will be heading up the M1 on Friday night to face high flying Yorkshire Carnegie in the Greene King IPA Championship.

It's been a Jekyll and Hyde couple of weeks for the Blues who put in a huge performance to pick up a bonus point win at London Welsh a fortnight ago before relinquishing a ten point lead to lose 10-13 at home to London Scottish last weekend.

Have you made your Christmas list? Don't know what to get that one relative who has everything or looking to spoil a Blues supporter? Fear not as the Bedford Blues are on hand to help you out at this very festive time of year from this Saturday.

The Blues have three fantastic Christmas Market dates for you this year as we again rev up the yellow Robin Reliant, donning our favourite Bedford sheepskin coat and head into Bedford Town Centre to set up shop in the bustling market close to M&S on Saturday 3rd December, morning of Wednesday 7th December and all day Wednesday 14th December.

Bedford Blues presented another cheque for £5,000 to Cancer Research UK on Friday night at the match against London Scottish following the celebration of another fantastic Ladies Day on Saturday 15th October.

With the Blues picking up an excellent win on the field in that encounter against Newport Gwent Dragons in the B&I Cup, the fans certainly did their bit off the pitch as a staggering £5,000 was raised for Cancer Research.

There was very little that could be offered in way of explanation as Bedford Blues slumped to a 10-13 home defeat to London Scottish who, in all honesty, didn’t look like they were going to offer too many problems based on the first 70 minutes.

Credit to the visitors though, they did what they had to do to win the game as David Cherry scored from the back of a drive over try with Peter Lydon converting and adding two penalties to seal victory.

Bedford, in contrast, started brightly, took control early on and led 10-0 at the break thanks to a Myles Dorrian penalty and a converted Tom Griffiths try.

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