Project Reset - The Way Forward
CF10 Rugby Trust | 11 March
“Project Reset has become Project Inept” – Not our words but the double barrel shots fired by outgoing Ospreys Chairman, Mike James as he resigned from the Professional Rugby Board (PRB). It’s not the purpose of this blog to review the events of the last week, that’s already been done to death....
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The Circle of Strife
CF10 Rugby Trust | 07 March
Certainly this Welsh rugby week will go down as one of the more interesting. Dickens couldn’t have come up with such a story, Nietzsche would have run out of chaos, Kant would have used up all reason, pure or otherwise whilst Andy Howell has surely run out of articles on how Colwyn Bay is actually...
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Cardiff Blues 26-19 Southern Kings
Dan Pearce | 04 March
Cardiff Blues brought the mini Six Nations fixture block to a successful bonus point winning conclusion on Saturday night, despite a slightly under par performance against the Southern Kings. Wet and windy conditions at the Arms Park made it difficult for both sides, but when John Mulvihill's men...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Southern Kings
Dan Pearce | 02 March
The mini set of Guinness Pro14 fixtures that take place during the Six Nations comes to a close on Saturday night at the Arms Park. Cardiff Blues welcome Southern Kings of Port Elizabeth to the Welsh capital for the first time ever, looking for a big win to cap off what would be a fine three weeks...
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Project Reset or Project Reject: Where Next?
CF10 Rugby Trust | 01 March
This week Welsh rugby has once again snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. This should have been a fabulous public relations week; a magnificent victory against England giving us a great opportunity for a Grand Slam. Followed at the end of the week by St David’s Day celebrations which could...
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CAC take the lead on CAP redevelopments
CF10 Rugby Trust | 28 February
The Annual General Meeting of Cardiff Athletic Club took place in the Cardiff Arms Park clubhouse on Wednesday evening, with the Chairman Keith Morgan summing up the tone of the meeting by stating 'We've become big boys now'. This was in relation to CAC making waves of their own in terms of the...
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Edinburgh 17-19 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 25 February
Cardiff Blues launched a stunning second half comeback at Murrayfield to recover from a 14-0 half-time deficit to beat Edinburgh and leap to third in the Guinness Pro14's Conference A. John Mulvihill had been forced into four changes to his starting XV, with Kris Dacey, Josh Turnbull and Harri...
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Preview: Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 23 February
Although most eyes in the rugby world will be on Cardiff this Saturday, the eyes of the Cardiff rugby world will be on Edinburgh as the Blues travel to Murrayfield for another huge Guinness Pro14 clash. Last weekend's defeat to Glasgow Warriors at the Arms Park was a slight knock back in the race...
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Cardiff Blues 34-38 Glasgow Warriors
Dan Pearce | 18 February
It was a rollercoaster ride at the Arms Park on Saturday as a 10-try thriller saw Cardiff Blues secure two valuable league points but fall just short against Glasgow Warriors. In the end the Scottish side come away with a fourth victory over John Mulvihill's men this season, but the head coach...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Glasgow Warriors
Dan Pearce | 15 February
As the Six Nations takes a break for the weekend, the Guinness Pro14 whirs back into life as Cardiff Blues take on Glasgow Warriors for the fourth time this season. Unfortunately, as the Arms Park faithful are all too aware, it's three losses from the fixtures so far as the Scottish side blitzed...
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Cardiff Blues 8-7 Connacht
Dan Pearce | 28 January
In some typically wild Welsh winter weather at the Arms Park on Saturday evening, Cardiff Blues kept Guinness Pro14 play-off hopes alive with a tight win over Connacht. John Mulvihill was left without his seven Welsh internationals for the game, but was able to call on the returning Kris Dacey to...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Connacht
Dan Pearce | 26 January
This Saturday sees Cardiff Blues play what is arguably the most important fixture of the season so far as Connacht come to the Arms Park in a Conference A clash. The Guinness Pro14 league table shows John Mulvihill's men five points behind the Irish side and the Ospreys at the start of the weekend...
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