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Bedford Blues put in a huge performance at Old Deer Park on Saturday afternoon to pick up a valuable bonus point win over an in-form London Welsh.

The turnaround in the performance from the disappointing outing against Nottingham a fortnight ago was clear for all to see as the Blues fought valiantly from start to finish and crossed the whitewash four times including twice in the final two minutes of the game.

Bedford Blues chairman Geoff Irvine was awarded a lifetime achievement award at the Bedfordshire Business Awards that took place on Thursday night. 

The ceremony, which was held at Bedford Corn Exchange, celebrated the very best of businesses from across the county with 14 businesses, business leaders and employees being recognised for their hard work.

But the highlight of the evening came when Mr Irvine, who along with being chairman of Bedford Blues has also been a master of industry in the county since the 1960s, was presented with the  prestigious honour.

Ex-Blues Academy Captain Ali Price, who has been named in the Scotland Squad, is poised to win his first full Scotland cap if he makes his debut off the bench against Argentina.  Price, has been named in the Scotland Squad to face Argentina at Murrayfield on Saturday Nov 19th. 

Ali was on the bench for Scotland last week in their narrow loss to Australia (23-22), but did not come off the bench to win his first cap.

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Bedford Blues return to Championship action this Saturday with a trip to Old Deer Park to face London Welsh in a high noon showdown.

Two narrow defeats have meant that the Blues currently lie in 11th position in the Greene King IPA Championship, and another tough encounter is expected this weekend when the two old foes go head-to-head again.

Bedford make six changes to the team that tasted a home defeat to Nottingham a fortnight ago with Piers O'Conor, George Perkins, Tom Griffiths, Myles Dorrian and Tom Whiteley all starting in the backs while Ed Taylor is the only change to the pack.

Bedford Blues are delighted to announce the signing of experienced hooker Dan George from National One side Blackheath.

The 30 year old comes straight into the Blues squad following a mini injury crisis at Goldington Road which has seen Sam James ruled out with a dislocated shoulder while George Edgson picked up a knee injury recently while on duty with Wasps .

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