Preview: Cheetahs v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 07 April
After the elation of winning through to the European Challenge Cup semi-finals last weekend, it is back to business as usual for Cardiff Blues this week, with a big Guinness Pro14 match against Cheetahs. There are just three rounds to go in the regular season section of the league, and Danny...
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Edinburgh 6-20 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 01 April
Cardiff Blues reached the semi-finals of European competition for the fifth time after winning out over Edinburgh in the battle of the in-form Guinness Pro14 teams at Murrayfield on Saturday. It was a superb performance in cold and wet conditions in Scotland, and the celebrations of the players...
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Preview: Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 31 March
The time has come for the European Challenge Cup quarter-final, the battle of the capital cities, a face-off between the in-form Guinness Pro14 sides. Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues, Saturday evening at Murrayfield. It may well be the second tier European competition between sides either battling to...
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Cardiff Rugby and European knockouts
Dan Pearce | 30 March
In over 140 years of Cardiff Rugby there has been plenty of memorable moments, from wins over international touring sides, to Welsh Cup and merit table triumphs, and the sheer amount of British and Irish Lions squad members provided. Since 1995 brought professionalism to rugby union though, many...
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Cardiff Blues 35-17 Ulster
Dan Pearce | 25 March
It is now seven wins on the bounce for Cardiff Blues as Danny Wilson's men continued their charge towards the Guinness Pro14 play-offs with a second bonus-point win in a week. Wilson made seven changes to the side which beat Benetton last week, bringing in Matthew Rees, Scott Andrews, Seb Davies,...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Ulster
Dan Pearce | 24 March
This Saturday sees the last Guinness Pro14 regular season game take place at the Cardiff Arms Park for this campaign, as Ulster visit the capital after Ireland's Grand Slam triumph last week. The fourth home game in five weeks for Cardiff Blues comes amid the backdrop of a six-game winning streak...
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Supporter Q&A with Cardiff Blues
CF10 Rugby Trust | 22 March
Wednesday night saw Cardiff Blues host a second question and answer session of the season with supporters in the Sir Gareth Edwards Lounge. Richard Holland, Rhys Blumberg and Mike Brown gave up their own time to discuss the future of the club and address concerns of those in attendance, and we...
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Online Cardiff Rugby Heritage Museum Launched
CF10 Rugby Trust | 21 March
Wednesday 21st March sees the launch of the new online Cardiff Rugby Heritage Museum. The site contains over 800 items of rugby memorabilia-caps, jerseys, photographs, ties, trophies, programmes and season tickets-together with reports and results from each season since 1876. The museum was the...
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John Mulvihill: A positive appointment for Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 20 March
So the wait is finally over, and Cardiff Blues have announced that John Mulvihill will take over as head coach in the summer when Danny Wilson departs after three years at the helm. It's been a long five months for supporters, with multiple names linked ranging from Super Rugby winning Chris Boyd...
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Cardiff Blues 31-25 Benetton
Dan Pearce | 19 March
On a chilly Friday night at the Arms Park, Cardiff Blues won their sixth game in a row across the league and Europe to keep the pressure on Cheetahs in that final Pro14 Conference A play-off spot. It was perhaps not the performance that Danny Wilson would have envisaged when preparing for the re-...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Benetton
Dan Pearce | 16 March
Friday night sees Cardiff Blues re-arranged game against Benetton take place at the Arms Park, as the season's final block of fixtures get underway with another crucial Guinness Pro14 fixture. After three straight wins over Cheetahs, Munster and Zebre, Danny Wilson's men have hauled themselves...
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Zebre 7-10 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 26 February
Cardiff Blues secured their third win in as many weeks on Sunday afternoon as we beat Zebre in testing conditions at the Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi. A game for defences, where the visitors came out on top. Going into the game, Cardiff Blues were well aware of how tough it would be to travel to Parma...
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