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Opera for rugby club.

Bedford Rugby Club accountant Rawlinson Pryde and Partners has arranged for Pegasus Opera software to be donated to the club as part of attempts to prevent its extinction. The Pegasus Opera software has enabled the club, which is in financial difficulties, to cost each game and adhere to a plan to cost each of its games and stick to budget plans. The system replaces a manual accounts system. Club director David Rawlinson, said: ‘The deal with Pegasus allows us to implement new financial controls, ensuring that the club remains stable.’

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