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The Bedford Rugby Followers Association will be running an excursion in Cornwall this Saturday before the Blues match against Pirates on Sunday, and invite any supporters travelling to join them!​

On Saturday 2nd December the Followers are heading to the picturesque harbour town of Falmouth, to not just enjoy the coastline and idyllic location, but cheer on Falmouth Rugby Club against Sidmouth.

Bedford Blues put in a solid performance under the Friday Night Lights to pick up a bonus point 33-7 win over Hartpury College.

Tries from Camilo Parilli-Ocampo, Jarad Williams, Ed Taylor, Rich Lane and Michael Le Bourgeois ensured that the Blues took the maximum points on offer on a particularly chilly encounter.

Hartpury startled the game in rampant fashion with a fine array of passes and attacking play, but they just couldn’t find a way through the Blues defence which remained solid and soaked up plenty of pressure with Ben Adams making a superb tackle to stop any advancement. 

Today is ‘Black and Blue Friday’, the single biggest day of sales in the build up to Christmas, and we’ve got a fantastic deal for all supporters who buy from the Blues Club Shop tonight at the game against Hartpury or online before midnight.

Every single supporter who makes any purchase in the Club Shop, online or at the match, will receive 20% off absolutely every item!

This fantastic offer is for one day only and will not be repeated, so if you want to make your money go further this Christmas then make sure you shop with the Blues.

It's Friday Night Lights once again as Hartpury pay a visit to Goldington Road in Round Ten of the Greene King IPA Championship.

It will also be the first ever encounter between the Blues and Hartpury with everyone at Bedford excited about the challenge ahead. The Blues battled back to overturn a ten point deficit to record a 25-25 draw at Castle Park against Doncaster Knights last weekend and will be hoping to go one better this weekend.

Hartpury have quickly established themselves in the Championship and despite a slight dip in form, no one will be taking them for granted come 7.45pm.

The Blues return home under the Friday night lights this weekend against recently promoted Hartpury RFC hoping to keep hold of their top four position (kick off 7:45pm).

The fixture doubles as the Club's first ever Community Schools Night with nearly 20 Bedfordshire schools represented and over 250 pupils. Blues Community department will deliver the club’s largest training session, the Guard of Honour and a pitch parade with SSG Services. If any schools would like to join up there is still space by emailing community@bedfordrugby.co.uk.

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Next Home Match

Saturday 16th December
1st XV B&I Cup
Goldington Road
Kick-Off
3.00pm

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