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There was to be no repeat of the Blues opening day victory at Ashton Gate as they were comprehensively beaten Bristol in the third round of the British & Irish Cup on Friday night.

There was little for Bedford to take from the game with the exception of 12th minute Myles Dorrian penalty and a 79th minute Justin Blanchet try as Bristol controlled proceedings.

The hosts had secured the winning bonus point by half time before adding four more tries after the break to compound Bedford to their third defeat in a row.

Stuck for ideas for Christmas? Don't know what to get that one relative who has everything? Well fear not as the Bedford Blues are on hand to help you out at this very festive time of year.

On Wednesday 16th December, the Blues will be revving up the yellow Robin Reliant, donning their favourite sheepskin coat and heading into Bedford Town Centre to set up shop in the bustling market close to Marks and Spencers.

Bedford Blues return to British & Irish Cup action on Friday night with their second trip of the season to Ashton Gate to face high flying Bristol.

The Blues have been enjoying the cup competition so far this season having racked up good wins over Scarlets Select and Ulster A, but know that they are in for a huge challenge against Bristol who currently top the Greene King IPA Championship.

Bedford make full use of their squad for the Friday night game making nine changes to the team that was defeated by Doncaster Knights last weekend.

Introducing the new SDC suite, the newest and most premier hospitality suite available at all Bedford Blues home games from just £600 +VAT.

Enjoy the best view in the house in contemporary hospitality for any party from 12 to 25 persons. Whther it's a corporate day out, a special match experience with friends and family or client entertainment we can deliver the package.

The SDC suite offers:

Bedford Blues unbeaten home run came to an end on Saturday afternoon as second placed Doncaster Knights recorded a 13-18 victory at Goldington Road.

Things had looked bright for the Blues in the opening 40 minutes as Joel Conlon crossed the whitewash with Jake Sharp adding the extras along with two penalties, but a first half penalty from Knights winger Dougie Flockhart was followed by five more in the second half to secure the win.

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