Munster 38-27 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 27 October
Cardiff Blues suffered a first defeat of the season going down 38-27 in a seven try thriller on the first Monday Night Rugby of the 2020/21 Guinness Pro14 campaign away at Munster. John Mulvihill had already been forced into six changes due to injury and international call-up from the side that...
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Preview: Munster v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 26 October
It's an historic moment in the Guinness Pro14 tonight as Cardiff Blues travel to Thomond Park to take on Munster in the league's first Monday Night Rugby fixture, 8.15pm kick-off. John Mulvihill's men head to Limerick as one of four unbeaten sides in the league, after victories over Zebre and...
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Cardiff Blues 29-7 Connacht
Dan Pearce | 12 October
Cardiff Blues secured a second win of the season with a battling bonus point victory over Connacht at Rodney Parade on Friday night. John Mulvihill's men came into the game on the back a 14-man triumph over Zebre in week one, with the starting XV largely unchanged to face a Connacht team that also...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Connacht
Dan Pearce | 10 October
Cardiff Blues welcome Connacht to South Wales for the first home game of the 2020/21 Guinness Pro14 season on Saturday night, 7.35pm kick-off. They won't be welcomed to the Arms Park though, with the plastic surface requiring replacing after damage suffered as part of the Calon y Ddraig field...
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The One Club Solution
Steve Coombs | 08 October
It’s possible that there is no club in the sporting world more confusing than Cardiff rugby. For 17 years at the Arms Park we have had Cardiff Blues, Cardiff Athletic Club, Cardiff RFC (owned and run by some combination of the two). All part of the same organisation and yet managing to be...
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Zebre 6-16 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 03 October
Cardiff Blues got the 2020/21 Guinness Pro14 up and running with a battling win away at Zebre, overcoming bad weather, a tricky opposition and a red card early in the second half to take home all four points. John Mulvihill had largely stuck with the pack that beat Ospreys in the final game of...
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Preview: Zebre v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 02 October
The 2020/21 Guinness Pro14 season gets underway on Friday night with Cardiff Blues travelling to Parma to face Zebre at the Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi, kick-off 6pm. It's been just five weeks since the 2019/20 campaign came to an end in a truncated fashion for John Mulvihill's men with back-to-...
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Cardiff Blues 29-20 Ospreys
Dan Pearce | 31 August
Cardiff Blues once again found the mental strength to bounce back from a disappointing performance as the Ospreys were beaten at Rodney Parade in the final round of the Guinness Pro14 season. After last week's defeat away at Scarlets, John Mulvihill made 13 changes to his starting XV for the 'home...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Ospreys
Dan Pearce | 30 August
Just a week after it started up again, the Guinness Pro14's regular season comes to an end on Sunday with Cardiff Blues taking on the Ospreys at Rodney Parade. The game will be hosted in Newport as the Arms Park remains out of action as part of Ysbyty Calon y Ddraig, with John Mulvihill's men...
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Scarlets 32-12 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 24 August
It was a disappointing return to rugby for Cardiff Blues as John Mulvihill's men fell to a heavy defeat at the hands of the Scarlets in Llanelli on Saturday. With the Guinness Pro14 finishing the 2019/20 season in a truncated fashion, Cardiff Blues had nothing to play for going into the game, with...
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Preview: Scarlets v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 22 August
Just under six months since we last saw a Cardiff Blues team take the field, John Mulvihill's men are back in action this weekend with a trip to the Scarlets. Of course a lot has happened in the time between the last Guinness Pro14 game away at Edinburgh and now, and it would be churlish not to...
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The Cardiff Rugby League XV
Steve Coombs | 16 July
On 25th February 1895, 5000 people crammed into Bradford’s Park Avenue ground to watch the home team take on Cardiff. South Wales and the North of England were the industrial heartlands of 19th century Britain. And, rugby football was growing in both areas. Not only did young men want to play the...
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