Followers' Men of the Matches 2021/22.
Blues win the first leg of the Championship Cup with a 24 point lead to take into the home leg against Nottingham. Martin Sharpe presents Man of the Match Alex Woolford with his champagne.
Great work in the scrum and lineout helped Dean Adamson to his one hundredth try in the closing seconds of the game.
After a try feast in the second half against London Scottish Jamie Elliot wins the Man of the Match bottle of champagne.
A great way to finish the season with ten tries.
In a complete change in fortunes for the Blues against Ealing Trailfinders, the champagne was awarded to Rich Lane on behalf of the whole team by Jackie Markham.
Andy Cobley presents our Man of the Match with a bottle of champagne. Congratulations to Oli Stedman. The Champagne was donated by Solveig Haywood who could not be at the match today.
Lesley Cornish presents our Man of the Match Tui Uru with a bottle of champagne. This was a game that was there for the taking but the Pirates dominated the second half. Never an easy place to play!
After a 12-try 53-34 thriller at Dillingham Park our President Phil Novis presents our hat trick hero, Matt Worley, with a bottle of champagne.
Paul Ibbott presents Joey Conway with the Man of the Match bottle of champagne at Nottingham. Not content with scoring his first professional try, Joey goes on another marauding run to give him a second try which put Blues in-front for the first time in the match.
Our man of the match away at Doncaster was Tui Congratulations
Kevin Sands presents our Man of the Match with a bottle of champagne. Congratulations to Will Maisey for the second time this year.
Bedford Blues ran in six tries against Hartpury in a scintillating performance at the Alpas Arena. Margaret Appleton presents our Man of the Match Will Maisey with a bottle of champagne.
Our latest recruit to the Committee Chris Deverell, presents Pat Tapley with his bottle of champagne in Jersey.