Sadly, Tom Bullerwell passed away yesterday just eight weeks after celebrating his 100th birthday. The thoughts of all at Bedford Blues are with his son and Club Director Ian Bullerwell, as well as all the family.

The Funeral will be held at 11.30am on Thursday 5th April at Bedford Crematorium, Norse Road. Ian and the family have asked for family flowers only, but any donations to be made to the Royal British Legion via Arnolds funeral directors or at

Bedford Blues put in one of their most comprehensive displays of the season to overcome a tough Yorkshire Carnegie side 41-22 at Goldington Road on Saturday afternoon.

At 9am in the morning, over 100 dedicated fans, players, coaches and the club chairman, descended on the ground to start shovelling, sweeping and wheelbarrowing tonnes of snow from the playing surface so that the game could take place. And it proved to be well worthwhile as the Blues ran in six tries in the bonus point win over Carnegie who fought valiantly throughout.

Bedford Blues are delighted to confirm that today’s match at Goldington Road against Yorkshire Carnegie in the Greene King IPA Championship IS going ahead as planned (KO 3pm).

The ‘beast from the east’ has certainly been challenging, but thanks to the incredible effort shown by the fans and staff at Bedford Blues the pitch and ground is ready to host a fantastic afternoon of rugby.

Due to the cold conditions please allow extra time and take plenty of care on your travels to Goldington Road. Additionally, make sure you wrap up warm and wear appropriate footwear.

Bedford Blues welcome Yorkshire Carnegie to Goldington Road on Saturday afternoon in what is sure to be an exciting Greene King IPA Championship encounter.

When the two teams met back in October, fans were treated to a rollercoaster encounter which saw Carnegie rack up a 38-24 lead before a converted Chris Czekaj try in the 75th minute set up a grandstand finish. Bedford scored in stoppage time when Alex Penny stretched over the line, but Will Hooley's conversion attempt cruelly cannoned off the inside of the upright and bounced over the wrong side of the bar meaning the hosts took the spoils 38-36.

Bedford Blues were delighted to welcome students from Great Barford Primary Academy to Goldington Road on Tuesday afternoon to meet players and coaches as part of the Community 'Reading and Rugby' scheme.

The programme encourages youngsters to take part in small reading groups with a rugby coach before heading out onto the field to play tag rugby. One of the most successful Blues Community projects, the aim is to inspire children from across Bedfordshire to become involved with the game while improving literacy.


Next Home Match

Saturday 18th August
1st XV Pre Season
Goldington Road