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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Scarlets 10-13 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 23 January
Cardiff Blues completed an excellent double over West Wales rivals Scarlets to get the second Dai Young era up and running with a win and keep hopes of a competitive season alive. Young had made two changes to the side that had won the reverse fixture two weeks prior, as Seb Davies returned to the...
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Preview: Scarlets v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 22 January
Just two weeks later the standalone derby is back in our lives as Cardiff Blues make the return journey to Llanelli to face a Scarlets side looking for revenge. After European competition was postponed the Guinness Pro14 have brought forward the fixture between the sides from the capital and the...
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Pie and Prejudice
Martin Hughes | 18 January
Mr Bennet, that most pressed-upon father asks, ‘What do we live for but to make sport for our neighbours, and laugh at them in our turn?’ Standing at the hard left hand edge of 2021 it is no huge leap to evolve that question to base it firmly in the esoteric, what do we do rugby for and what...
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Why can't I get excited by the Pro16?
Simon Jones | 13 January
The arrival of four South African sides in an expanded Pro16 has been met with quite a bit of apathy in Wales. Certainly not everyone, but generally there’s been a feeling of flatness surrounding the announcement compared to the enthusiasm emanating from the other nations. I’ve spent some time...
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Cardiff Blues 29-20 Scarlets
Dan Pearce | 11 January
Cardiff Blues put a turbulent week off the field to bed with a big win over 14-man Scarlets at Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday, keeping hopes of Heineken Champions Cup qualification alive. After John Mulvihill had left his role of head coach, defence coach Richard Hodges took the reins and was...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Scarlets
Dan Pearce | 09 January
Cardiff Blues bring the Welsh derby period to a close this evening as Scarlets are welcome to the Cardiff City Stadium for a 7.35pm kick-off. It's been a turbulent week in the capital with John Mulvihill leaving his role as head coach with immediate effect. Defence coach Richard Hodges takes...
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Cardiff Blues 3-17 Ospreys
Dan Pearce | 03 January
Cardiff Blues got off on the wrong foot in 2021 as a lacklustre performance led to a disappointing loss at the hands of Ospreys on New Year's Day. John Mulvihill had been forced into a number of changes to the side that beat Dragons on Boxing Day, with Dillon Lewis, Cory Hill and Jarrod Evans all...
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