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The annual Fireworks Display and Funfair is back at Bedford Blues on Friday 3rd November 2017, and ticket sales are now open, buy yours today by clicking here to save £3 on gate prices.

The club has setup another spectacular display at Goldington Road which we hope to attract another sellout attendance.

Gates open on the evening at 6pm for an action packed, fun filled evening of loud and colourful entertainment, once again sponsored by club partners Progress Skoda.

The Blues return home this weekend, after a victorious trip to Jersey, for another pivotal Championship clash against bottom of the table Rotherham Titans at Goldington Road on Saturday 7th October (Kick Off 3pm). Save £4 and book tickets online here.

Saturday will host the launch of Paul Tupai’s Testimonial Year with a party from 6pm in the Blues Marquee featuring live music from the band Blue Eyed Souls and entertainment from MC Martin Hynes amongst others.

Bedford Blues got back to winning ways on Saturday afternoon as they picked up a very important 13-15 win over Jersey Reds at Stade Santander International, but it should have been more.

The Blues had three good scoring chances deep in the Reds 22 during the game, but three times the home side pinched lineout ball and averted danger before chipping away at a narrow lead that Bedford had installed following a dreary first half.

Speaking after the game, injured player Will Hooley said: "It wasn't a classic and we weren't able to play the fast-flowing rugby that we like, but coming away from Jersey with four points was the important thing. 

Bedford Blues have made four changes to their starting line-up as they look to rediscover winning ways in the Greene King IPA Championship.

Following defeats to table-topping Ealing Trailfinders and Bristol, the Blues are looking to get back on track when they head over to Jersey to face the Reds on Saturday afternoon.

While the newly named Stade Santander International hasn't always been the happiest of hunting grounds for Bedford, clashes between the two clubs have always been exciting affairs and much of the same is expected this weekend.

While there was not a win for the Blues, there was some scintillating attacking rugby on display at Goldington Road on Saturday writes Bedfordshire on Sunday reporter Nick Smith.

Bedford fell to a 38-61 defeat at the hands of promotion favourites Bristol but did themselves no disservice against a side who were just better on the day, inagame which saw 15 tries ran in and 99 points scored.

The visitors got off toaflying start, scoring two tries in the first four minutes, with poor tackling letting the hosts down.

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