Played  Won  Drew  Lost  Points For  Points Against Points Difference  Win Ratio 
12 12  393  107  286  100% 

A well-deserved win for the 1st XV rounded off a flawless season and embedded a lifelong memory for all involved.  What’s most impressive about their season is the fact that there was a national knock-out cup competition sandwiched between their regular set of tough fixtures.  A huge achievement in just three months of rugby.


The 2nd  XV demonstrated just how strong the 1st game squad is with an impressive scoreline against possibly their toughest opposition of the season.  The rest of the games in the seniors were tight and could have gone either way.  Overall, a fiercely competitive fixture for the seniors filled with desire and mutual respect and a nice way to end the season.

A season of hard work came together at every level for the U16 teams as they all came out comfortable winners.  Mr Holt was bursting with pride for his U16C team as they saved their best performance of the season until last.

The U15As have had a particularly gruelling programme and will play their 20th fixture on Wednesday as they face Northampton School for Boys in the 6th round of the Natwest Cup.  They were edged out in an extremely close encounter against Stowe as were the U15Cs.  A total of 3 points separated the 4 teams.  A depleted but dedicated U15D team went down against Berkhamsted, whilst the U15B team rounded off a largely successful season in style, playing expansive rugby to run out comfortable winners.

The U14s travelled to Rugby who could boast exceptionally strong U14 squads.  Unfortunately three of the Bedford teams couldn’t match the physicality of some of the opposition players who proved to be the difference between the sides.  However, the boys should be proud of the progress they have made and resilience they have shown throughout the season.  Bedford have strength in depth in the U14s and the U14D put in a fantastic team effort to win their fixture and finish with an impressive 60% win ratio.

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