Saracens 51-25 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 10 December
A brave first half showing from Cardiff Blues was blown away by a dominant Saracens in the second half as the English champions stormed to a try bonus point win at Allianz Park. There were plenty of positives to take forward for John Mulvihill's men though as we not only kept up with the might of...
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Preview: Saracens v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 08 December
European action returns to our lives this weekend, and although it is the daunting challenge of facing Saracens in the first of a double header, it's what we've been waiting for since 2013! Five years since our last Heineken Cup double header in December, the Gallagher Premiership champions and...
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Ulster 16-12 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 03 December
It was a valuable bonus point picked up by Cardiff Blues at Ulster on Saturday afternoon, but the visitors will be left ruing circumstances out of their control as a big defensive performance was cause for positivity. After last weekend's heavy defeat away at Glasgow a performance was required...
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Preview: Ulster v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 01 December
Cardiff Blues look to bounce back from last week's disappointing 40-15 defeat at the hands of Glasgow with a trip to Ulster this weekend, as the international players return to boost the squad. That game at Scotstoun got an important but difficult fixture block off to a really tough start, as the...
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Alun Jones: The man with the future in his hands
CF10 Rugby Trust | 28 November
Cardiff Blues Limited have announced the company's new chairman, with Hugh James Solicitors Managing Partner Alun Jones staking over from Peter Thomas. Peter is the rugby equivalent of Marmite, having supporters and detractors in equal measure but, without his financial support, there would be no...
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Glasgow Warriors 40-15 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 25 November
The Guinness Pro14 returned to action on Friday night for Cardiff Blues, but they'll be wishing it was still on hiatus after a dreadful first half contributed to a second heavy defeat against Glasgow Warriors this season. John Mulvihill had been able to welcome Seb Davies and Jarrod Evans back...
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Preview: Glasgow Warriors v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 23 November
After a few weeks off the Guinness Pro14 returns to action on Friday night as Cardiff Blues kick-off a tough run of fixtures with a trip to face Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun. It precedes games away to Ulster and Saracens, the return game against the Gallagher Premiership champions, three festive...
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Cardiff 25-19 RGC
Dan Pearce | 10 November
Cardiff RFC made it six wins in a row and kept up a challenge to make the top four of the Principality Premiership by Christmas with a weather impacted victory over RGC at the Arms Park on Friday night. Head coach Steve Law made five changes to his team that beat Aberavon last time out, with...
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Preview: Cardiff RFC v RGC
Dan Pearce | 09 November
After a week off the Principality Premiership returns tonight with Cardiff RFC looking to extend their winning against RGC in front of the BBC Scrum V Live cameras. You have to go back to the 22nd September to find the last time the Blue and Blacks fell to a defeat, as the side were suffering from...
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Cardiff Blues 45-21 Uruguay
Dan Pearce | 06 November
Cardiff Blues put in a comfortable performance as they scored seven tries to overcome Uruguay, with international rugby returning to the Arms Park for the first time since 1996. There was only one survivor from Sunday's 37-0 win over Zebre as Aled Summerhill continued on the wing, as 15 of the...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Uruguay
Dan Pearce | 06 November
For the first time in 22 years an international touring side will come to the Arms Park on Tuesday night as Cardiff Blues welcome Uruguay for a one-off game. The last time an international team played at CAP was in 1996 when Cardiff RFC lost to Western Samoa, as they then were, beat the Blue and...
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The South American connection
Dan Pearce | 05 November
The long and prestigious history of Cardiff sides facing international opposition at the Arms Park continues on Tuesday night as a new opposition come to play in the famous old ground. Uruguay have been a rugby playing country since way back in the mid-late nineteenth century, although they didn't...
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