Treviso 28-34 Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 06 November
Friday night saw Cardiff Blues return to winning ways in Treviso as a late Willis Halaholo try, as well as 19 points from the boot of Steven Shingler, sealed a first victory in five attempts at the Stadio Monigo. It certainly was not a classic and there is still much work to be done to return to...
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Preview: Treviso v Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 04 November
Cardiff Blues head off on the second and final Italian job of the season with a trip to Benetton Treviso on Friday night. After three successive Pro12 losses the early season form seems a distant memory but, with the Pro12 taking an Autumn break for the Anglo-Welsh Cup, a win could well be pivotal...
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A life watching rugby – one woman’s view
Lynn Glaister | 03 November
It can seem like Rugby is a man’s world but women do have a place in rugby, as players, supporters and administrators to name just a few ways to be involved.  You can also become involved in supporter’s organisations and that it why I joined the CF10 Arms Park Trust.
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Whatever Happened To Accountability?
Huw Jones | 01 November
Huw explains why we need bodies like CF10 Arms Park Trust who will represent supporters and not be afraid to criticise and hold people to account when necessary.
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Cardiff 15-26 Llanelli
Dan Pearce | 31 October
Cardiff Blues went down to a second Welsh derby defeat of the month at home to Llanelli on Friday night, as the early season form of September seemed a distant memory amongst a plethora of simple handling errors and poor defence. Danny Wilson had been forced into a number of changes due to...
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Preview: Cardiff v Llanelli
Dan Pearce | 28 October
It's that time of year again, the one we all wait for, when the Turks come to the Arms Park. Unfortunately this year's game is set against the backdrop of what is technically described as a cock-up, involving the WRU and Pro12 fixture list, but fear not, desire to beat Scarlets is as strong as ever...
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Both beaten the All Blacks but both beaten by the Schedule
Martin Hughes | 26 October
So, our second Welsh derby is nearly upon us, an East v West meeting, a rugby challenge that should ensure a ripple or two of excitement. In theory vast hordes from the west will once again pile into the Arms Park with their songs about their players, that charming little ditty about a small...
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Cardiff 27-12 Pau
Dan Pearce | 24 October
It's two wins from two to start the European Challenge Cup campaign for Cardiff Blues this season, but there was mixed emotions at the Arms Park after Friday night's win over Section Paloise as the bonus point try could not be clinched to extend the lead at the top of pool four. Danny Wilson rang...
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Preview: Cardiff v Pau
Dan Pearce | 21 October
Cardiff entertain Pau at the Arms Park on Friday night in the first European home game of the season. Following last week's bonus point win away at Bristol we are sitting top of Pool Four and looking to extend that with a win against the Frenchman before a tough double header against Bath in...
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Supper or Tea .. a question of timing
Martin Hughes | 14 October
Entering Cardiff Arms Park I find “Will I be home in time for supper Dad?” as ubiquitous a question as “Is Sam playing Dad?” Rugby in Wales and elsewhere is subjected to a plethora of kick off times usually at the behest of the television companies. The necessary money these companies bring to the...
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Preview: Bristol v Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 14 October
A welcome break from the Pro12 season after last week's humiliation away to Ospreys sees Cardiff Blues kick off the European Challenge Cup season against Bristol this Friday night. The trip to Ashton Gate is the perfect chance to right the wrongs of that 46-24 loss in Swansea and prove that it was...
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Ospreys 46-24 Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 11 October
Cardiff Blues were brought back down to earth with a severe bump as early season good form was halted by a seven-try thrashing at the hands of the Ospreys. Everything that could go wrong did so for Danny Wilson's man who now hold a record of 11 straight Pro12 losses against our Swansea-based rivals...
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