Bedford Blues winger Dean Adamson praised his team-mates following their resounding 28-17 win over Ulster A in the British & Irish Cup last Saturday, writes Daryl Greenland.
Bedford Blues will have the privilege of hosting the first televised rugby game of 2016 when the Sky cameras come to Goldington Road on New Year’s Day for the Championship fixture against London Scottish.
Bedford Blues will be turning Pink this weekend as they host Ulster A in the British & Irish Cup – which is also this year’s Ladies Day fixture which kicks-off at 2.30pm on Saturday.
Bedford Blues head coach Mike Rayer is confident that his team is fully prepared for Saturday’s British & Irish Cup clash with Ulster A at Goldington Road, writes Daryl Greenland.
Bedford Blues hero Steffan Jones claims the pressure didn’t cross his mind during his match winning penalty kick on Saturday afternoon.
With a 20-3 victory over the RAF U23 XV to add to their win over the Royal Navy U23 XV on Wednesday, and their loss to Wasps last Friday, the Blues Academy completed a tough three games in nine days.
Bedford Blues secured a nail-biting 22-21 victory over Yorkshire Carnegie courtesy of a last second penalty from the boot of the heroic Steffan Jones.
Less than 24 hours after their annual fireworks extravaganza, Bedford Blues will be hoping for an even bigger display on the pitch when they welcome second placed Yorkshire Carnegie to Goldington Road tomorrow afternoon.
The Blues Academy beat the Royal Navy U23 XV 9-0 in a low-scoring affair at a very wet Goldington Road.
Bedford Blues have been dealt a blow to their front row after tighthead prop James Currie was ruled out for up to three months following ankle surgery.
Currie, 25, had been in fine form this season but suffered a knock to his ankle during the first half of the Blues’ 46-28 win over Rotherham Titans on October 16 which forced him off the field.
Bedford Blues hero Steffan Jones proved that he is the man for the high pressure situations as he perfectly executed his match winning kick on Saturday afternoon, writes Daryl Greenland.
Bedford Blues fought back in the dying minutes to secure a 21-23 win over Ealing Trailfinders on Saturday afternoon.