Ampthill travel to Rosslyn Park this afternoon for the final fixture in a season that has seen them finish third in National One, the highest league position in the clubs history.
Bedford Athletic concluded their National Three Midlands campaign with a 53-19 victory over Towcestrians.
Ampthill RFC confirmed a third place finish in National One with one game to go after a 35-12 win over Cambridge at Dillingham Park on Saturday.
Bedford Blues' building process for the 2017/18 Championship season has continued with the signing of two impressive young backs with Exeter Chiefs fly half Will Hooley and Northampton Saints winger Howard Packman joining the club.
Ampthill are aiming to bring the curtain down on the most successful season in the club’s history by ensuring a third place finish in National One when they host Cambridge this afternoon.
Bedford Blues played their part fully in a bonanza of rugby on Sunday, as they drew 40-40 at Cornish Pirates.
Bedford have announced that three more members of the current squad have put pen to paper on new deals which will keep them at Goldington Road for the 2017/18 season.
Bedford Blues have added a second international to their back line with the capture of Welsh winger Chris Czekaj for the 2017/18 Championship season.
Bedford have announced that long-serving lock Mike Howard will be leaving the club in the summer.
Bedford Blues defeated the Army 55-26 in the annual Mobbs memorial match on Tuesday night which commemorated the 100th anniversary of Lieutenant Colonel Edgar Mobbs’ death.