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Bedford Blues are delighted to announce that Michael Le Bourgeois has been chosen as captain for the forthcoming Green King IPA Championship season.

Booj, as he is more commonly known, joined the Blues in 2013 having come through the ranks at Jersey, plying most of his rugby at outside-half or full-back. The 26-year-old has continued his development at the Blues and has become one of the most consistent performing centres in the league.

The Followers have been putting in a superb shift this summer helping prepare the ground for the new season, and now it's time for the big final push!

This Saturday and throughout the rest of August, Phil Novis and Baz Townsend will lead the tidy up at Goldington Road to help maintain the facilities for the coming campaign - and they need your help!

The Club have invested significant sums this year on a facilities project at the home of Bedford Blues, but need the support of the followers to complement the work with an array of smaller jobs including painting, weeding and general tidying, as well as some larger jobs.

Bedford Blues are thrilled to announce that their new Community Rugby Department will be headed up by former player and current coach Ben Gulliver.
 
Gulliver has an impressive playing CV having competed at the highest level with both Worcester Warriors and Leicester Tigers. The lock started his career with the Saracens Academy before playing for Coventry, Plymouth Albion, Cornish Pirates, Bedford Blues and, most recently, Ampthill.
 

Bedford Blues are pleased to announce the launch of a new Print @ Home Ticketing System ahead of the new season with tickets for the pre-season matches against Saracens and Pontypridd available now.

The new partnership with Eclipse Ticketing will enable fans to purchase tickets online and print off at home before being scanned through the turnstiles at Goldington Road on match day.

The Club have further discounted online ticket sales with a huge £4.00 saving online over match day prices for the Saracens match and all Championship games this season.

The Bedford Blues Community Rugby Department is excited to announce that the first of its rugby camps will be taking place in August.
 
The inaugural pre-season rugby camp will be open to players of all ages and abilities with boys and girls being welcomed to the sessions which take place over three days at Goldington Road.
 
Youngsters will be able to train as professional rugby players while also being put through their paces with a variety of drills including core skills, evasion tactics and fun-packed games all under the close tutelage of experienced players and coaches.
 

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