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Revenge Mission


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By Blues Ed
March 24 2017

Hopefully the big defreat by Saints last week will have sharpeneed the appetite for a revenge win over Scottish as league action resumes ..

The exiles won 13-10 at Goldington Road in the first fixture in a game where the Blues had enough possession to win.

Le Booj returns to skipper the side with Pat Tapley and Myles Dorrian adding even more experience in the backs and Jordan Onojaife and Jason Hill come into the pack.

Blues:15. Elliot Clement-Hill  14. Pat Tapley  13. Piers O’Conor  12. Michael LeBourgeois (captain)  11. Dean Adamson  10. Myles Dorrian  9. Jordan Burns 1. Camilo Parilli-Ocampo  2. Dan George  3. Ben Cooper  4. Will Carrick-Smith  5. Jordan Onojaife  6. Justin Blanchet  7. Josh Buggea  8. Jason Hill

Reps:  Jacob Fields,  James Hallam, Christian Judge, Mike Howard, Ben Adams, Jake Sharp,. Matt Gallagher

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Revenge Mission
Blues Brothers (IP Logged)
24/03/2017 15:36
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compo simonite (IP Logged)
25/03/2017 15:52
London Scottish 22 Bedford Blues 41

Big congratulations to the team and lucky travelling fans who witnessed an exciting win over London Scottish .

 
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Garlic sausage (IP Logged)
25/03/2017 18:45
Bloody marvellous.

 
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Beds Blue (IP Logged)
25/03/2017 18:54
Definitely up there with the best performances of the season, resolute in defence (maybe excluding the last 5 mins) and ruthless in attack. Forwards fronted up and backs took their chances, Jordan in particular was excellent and deserved man of the match. Bit too late for this season but bodes well for next.

 
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Blue Fox (IP Logged)
25/03/2017 21:23
Again the backs feeding off good ball from an uncompromising pack. Lost a bit of concentration at the end but nevertheless a long overdue demolition. The fast boys took no prisoners today.

 
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26/03/2017 08:58
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ComeRainOrShine (IP Logged)
26/03/2017 09:07
It didn't take a genius to realise you play your strongest line up you'll get a decent performance at some point. Now with a weeks rest and excluding any injuries lets see if there are any changes made for the sake of changing. Appreciate it's a squad game but only if the depth of your squad is good enough to allow rotation.

 
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Blue33Years (IP Logged)
26/03/2017 10:50
Great to watch yesterday. Shows what the backs can do with a solid platform and good ball from the forwards (they were also great in the loose). Thought Camilo had a particularly good game. No day for kickers though. Well done Blues

 
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Deerhunter (IP Logged)
27/03/2017 17:27
Great performance all round, certainly a solid forward platform makes a big difference. I was particularly impressed with the performance of J Buggea.

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