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Bedford Blues have named their 22 man squad as they return to Championship action this weekend with a journey to Headingley to face Yorkshire Carnegie on Sunday afternoon.

Having racked up a perfect ten with two bonus point British & Irish Cup wins over Nottingham and Ospreys Premiership Select, attention returns to league action with Bedford looking to carry momentum with them up the M1 to Leeds.

Bedford Blues and Sports in Schools are seeking a new Head of Community to further develop and oversee the success of the community department, whilst delivering high quality sports provision to schools, clubs and organisations.

In 16 months, Blues Community has achieved considerable growth across Bedfordshire and beyond. The goal is to continue working towards sustained support within the community through sports coaching with rugby at the forefront. With over 250 schools across Bedfordshire, there is a wide range of opportunities to build stronger links with educational organisations and other supporting bodies.  

Bedford made it a perfect ten in the British & Irish Cup as they followed up their bonus point win over Nottingham last weekend with another on Saturday against the Ospreys Premiership Select.

Bedford ran in seven tries during the afternoon with Dean Adamson, Jacob Fields, Lee Dickson, Jordan Onojaife, Will Carrick-Smith, Elliot Clements-Hill and Chris Czekaj all scoring while Harry Sheppard added four conversions on a blustery afternoon.

***Bedford have been forced into two late changes for today's game. Ollie Dodge is suffering from sickness so will be replaced in the centre by Rich Lane while Will Hooley suffered a minor hamstring injury and his place on the replacements bench is filled by Chris Czekaj*** 

Bedford Blues turn pink this weekend as they welcome the Ospreys Premiership Select to Goldington Road in Round Two of the British & Irish Cup.

Having kicked off the British & Irish Cup with a bonus point win against Nottingham last weekend, the Blues will be hoping for much more of the same as they face off against the Swansea-based side.

The Blues are delighted to unveil their Ladies Day jersey ahead of this Saturday’s match against Ospreys in the British & Irish Cup (KO 3pm).

Mike Rayer’s men will again run out in a limited edition pink shirt with stripes of green in support of Macmillan Cancer Support and Breast Cancer awareness.

The tenth year of Ladies Day and with a new charity partner, the club are hopeful of raising a significant sum for a very worthwhile cause.

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