Bedford Athletic RFCsecured the Midlands One East league title in unforgettable fashion with a one point final day victory over local rivals Peterborough Lions, giving them a return to National 3 Midlands following a three season absence. It is the club’s first league title in nine years and their fifth overall. They won Midlands Two in 1998, Midlands One in 1999 and again in 2004.
The season saw them play 27 games winning 21 and loosing 6. James Mortimer led the way as the season’s top points scorer with 260 and Stephen Woodhead top try scorer with 20