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The Bedford Blues AGM was held on Wednesday evening with shareholders being invited along to Goldington Road to hear an update from Chairman Geoff Irvine and then have the opportunity to ask any questions that they may have.

Speaking to the packed meeting, Mr Irvine said: “We’ve had a fantastic season and I think we’ve played some of the best rugby this year that I’ve seen. The result of that means that financially we are in the best position that we’ve been in for 15 years. Hopefully, one day I’ll be able to show everyone a set of accounts where we break even!

Tickets for the home Play-Off Semi Final are on sale via the website and at the Club as Bedford Blues meet Bristol on Sunday 1 May (KO 3:15pm).

Supporters will be able to purchase tickets for next weekend at tomorrow's match vs Bristol. Season Ticket holder seats and all Eagle Stand ticket sales will be available from the Offices, whilst Ground Entry tickets will be available in the Club Shop.

Season Ticket holders will have tomorrow to claim their reserved seat for the match; please either call the Club, pop in or email season@bedfordrugby.co.uk with your name, book number and contact number.

It's the final game of the regular season but the start of a trilogy as Bedford Blues prepare to face Bristol in the first of their three Greene King IPA Championship matches.
 
Having secured fourth place in the league, the Blues will now face Bristol twice in the play-off semi-final, but first of all they complete the regular season by hosting the league leaders in round 22.
 

Bedford Blues have continued preparations for the 2016/17 Greene King IPA Championship season with the signing of two new players and the re-signing of two current squad members.

Making their way to Goldington Road in the summer will be back rower Ben Adams and versatile forward Ed Taylor, while props Camilo Parilli-Ocampo and Jack Culverhouse have put pen-to-paper on new deals.

Fresh off the back of securing a Championship play-off semi-final the Blues return home this Saturday for a St George’s Day celebration in front of our loyal home supporters as Bedford face Bristol for the first of three meetings in three weeks in our End of Season Family Party (KO 3pm).

This weekend’s match is quickly becoming a game of chess as everyone is guessing which Bristol side will turn out as the promotion favourites arrive in Bedford intent on levelling this year’s record having lost twice to the Blues and won just once.

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Saturday 1st October
1st XV Championship
Goldington Road
Kick-Off
3.00pm

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