Preview: Cardiff Blues v Munster
Dan Pearce | 02 November
Cardiff Blues are looking to get back on the winning train on Saturday night after three straight defeats, with Munster the visitors to the Arms Park, 7.35pm kick-off. Off the back of losses at home to Edinburgh and away to Glasgow and Ulster there is a risk that John Mulvihill’s men lose touch...
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Cardiff Blues development pathway enjoys healthy start to the season
Dan Pearce | 31 October
The start to the season has been a successful one on the whole for the Cardiff Blues Development Pathway, with plenty of wins across Regional Age Grade Championship, WRU College League, BUCS Super Rugby and in the Indigo Group Premiership.   ...
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Ulster 23-14 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 28 October
Cardiff Blues suffered a third loss in a row on Friday night as we went down to Ulster away at the Kingspan Stadium after a nightmare start to a game once again. Following on from the defeat away at Glasgow John Mulvihill had been forced to make two changes to his starting XV, with Scott Andrews...
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Preview: Ulster v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 24 October
Cardiff Blues return to Guinness Pro14 action after a week off with a visit to the Kingspan Stadium to take on Ulster Rugby this Friday, 7.35pm kick-off. Last time out saw John Mulvihill’s men slip to a defeat away in Glasgow, but a losing bonus point ensured we picked up six points from the first...
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Just The Ticket
CF10 Rugby Trust | 21 October
Is it just me or is anyone else amazed at the goings on in the Cardiff Blues Ticket Office? In May this year I attended the office to buy seven tickets for the new season at a cost of over £1,400. Five of these were renewals and two were new members. I listed all the individual names and addresses...
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Glasgow Warriors 17-13 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 14 October
A tough night at Scotstoun saw Cardiff Blues lose two games on the bounce in the Guinness Pro14, going down to Glasgow Warriors in a tightly contested affair. Both sides were looking to get their seasons going properly, with the hosts having lose both their opening games, while John Mulvihill’s...
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Preview: Glasgow Warriors v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 12 October
Cardiff Blues are back on the road this weekend, heading up to Scotstoun to take on Glasgow Warriors.  Despite being early in the season the game is an important one for both, with each side having had less than ideal starts. Cardiff Blues managed to win the round one game against Southern Kings...
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Cardiff Blues 11-19 Edinburgh
Dan Pearce | 07 October
There was a tough start to this season at the Arms Park for Cardiff Blues on Saturday thanks to an 11-19 loss at hands of Edinburgh. On a wet evening in the Welsh capital, some six months after the last home Guinness Pro14 game, a lacklustre performance failed to back up a bonus point win picked...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Edinburgh
Dan Pearce | 04 October
Cardiff Blues face Edinburgh in the first home game of the 2019/20 season, and indeed the first home game for nearly 200 days, at the Arms Park on Saturday night. That last match at our famous home came against Scarlets in late March, when an unplayable first half performance helped John Mulvihill...
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Southern Kings 27-31 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 29 September
Cardiff Blues scored five tries but still had to battle to secure victory in Port Elizabeth as the Southern Kings almost held on to the win at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. The home side led until the 67th minute, but John Mulvihill's men had the fitness and power to outlast the South Africans,...
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Preview: Southern Kings v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 27 September
After five months of waiting the Guinness Pro14 is back this weekend as Cardiff Blues have travelled to Port Elizabeth to take on Southern Kings. John Mulvihill's men have been out in South Africa for a week at a training camp in Cape Town, going up against Currie Cup side Western Province in...
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Cardiff Blues issue response to CF10 open letter
CF10 Arms Park Rugby Trust Board | 05 August
Further to our open letter of July 23...
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