London Irish 41-35 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 03 April
Cardiff Blues somehow managed to throw away a 12-point lead with less than 10 minutes to go against 14-man London Irish to crash out of the European Challenge Cup at the Brentford Community Stadium. Up against the Exiles who are currently sixth in the Gallagher Premiership and were welcoming the...
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Preview: London Irish v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 02 April
Cardiff Blues make a first trip to the Brentford Community Stadium on Friday evening for a European Challenge Cup round of 16 clash with London Irish. It will be the fifth time that the sides have met in European competition, with Cardiff currently 3-1 up against the English side. After doing the...
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Cardiff Blues 34-15 Edinburgh
Dan Pearce | 23 March
Cardiff Blues finished the 2020/21 Guinness Pro14 season in fourth place in Conference B after a bonus point win over Edinburgh at the Arms Park on Monday night. Going into the crucial clash, Dai Young had been able to call on Lloyd Williams and Jarrod Evans to start after being released from the...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Edinburgh
Dan Pearce | 22 March
The Guinness Pro14 season comes to a close this evening as Cardiff Blues welcome Edinburgh to the Cardiff Arms Park for a fourth place decider, 8pm kick-off. Although it's still not known exactly what the qualification process for next season's Heineken Champions Cup is, if the competition stays...
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Benetton 14-29 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 14 March
Cardiff Blues earned an all-important bonus point win to keep pressure on the Scarlets and Edinburgh at bay as Benetton were swept aside by a second half salvo in Treviso. Dai Young had largely kept faith with the side that fell to Munster the last time out, with only Liam Belcher and Keiron...
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Preview: Benetton v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 14 March
Cardiff Blues travel to Benetton on Sunday for a hugely important penultimate game of the 2020/21 Guinness Pro14 season at the Stadio Communale di Monigo, 1pm kick-off UK time. After a loss for the Scarlets and a win for Edinburgh so far this weekend, Dai Young's side know that bouncing back from...
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WHY BLUE AND BLACK?
Steve Coombs | 01 March
The earliest Cardiff team photo we have, was taken prior to the 1879 South Wales Challenge Cup final. The club had been created three years earlier, from a merger between Glamorgan FC and Cardiff Wanderers. That game was, to that point, easily the biggest in the club’s short history. It was a...
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Cardiff Blues 11-20 Munster
Dan Pearce | 28 February
Cardiff Blues lost back-to-back league fixtures to put qualification hopes for the Heineken Champions Cup in doubt as Munster emerged victorious from the Arms Park. Dai Young was forced into three changes from the side that took the field against Connacht with Rhys Carre and Lloyd Williams...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Munster
Dan Pearce | 26 February
Cardiff Blues make a competitive return to the Arms Park for the first time in just over a year on Friday night when Munster arrive for an 8pm kick-off. It was a year ago on Tuesday that we lost took to the field at our historic ground for a Guinness Pro14 fixture when we beat Benetton 34-24 on a...
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Connacht 32-17 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 23 February
Cardiff Blues fell to a disappointing and controversial defeat away to Connacht on Saturday night as a bid to make the top three in the Guinness Pro14's Conference B got off on the wrong foot. Dai Young was hit by international call-ups already leading into the game, but was then dealt a further...
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Preview: Connacht v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 20 February
Cardiff Blues return to Guinness Pro14 action on Saturday night with a trip to Galway to face Connacht in a crucial Conference B clash, 7.35pm kick-off. Dai Young's men only have four fixtures left in the 2020/21 season, and after the back-to-back wins over Scarlets last month the possibility of...
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THE BIGGEST THREAT TO WELSH RUGBY IS THE WRU!
CF10 Arms Park Rugby Trust Board | 26 January
That’s quite a statement to make during a pandemic, surely that’s an exaggeration? While no sporting body in the world could have anticipated the pandemic and its impact, their leadership role in addressing the problems faced by the game, especially the professional game, is their responsibility....
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