Preview: Stade Francais v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 19 May
In a bizarre turn of events in the world of Cardiff Blues, a rugby match will actually break out this week, and an important one at that, as the team travel to Paris to take on Stade Francais in the semi-finals of the Champions Cup play-offs. A win on Friday evening will set up an away game at...
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What does the future hold for Cardiff Blues?
CF10 Rugby Trust | 18 May
In this blog we explore the possible financial scenarios which face the club and what the likely actions will be of those that have influence on future decisions. The seriousness of this situation cannot be underestimated.
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Look Before You Leap
CF10 Rugby Trust | 14 May
A blog in which we consider the benefits of rashness over economics - a potentially dull read of more than 140 characters, but one that we hope you’ll stick with.
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A Regional Day Out
Dan Pearce | 11 May
Last Saturday the Cardiff Blues headed out onto the road to face Newport Gwent Dragons away in the last match of the regular Guinness Pro12 season. Nothing odd about that, except instead of heading to Newport and Rodney Parade, the journey was to Caerphilly and the Constructaquote branded Virginia...
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The Truth Is Out There…
CF10 Rugby Trust | 09 May
Who said that AGMs are boring? Well last night’s meeting of Cardiff Blues Ltd. was for around half an hour until it came to the Q&A session when the Chair of the Board, Peter Thomas, revealed to the club’s shareholders that the WRU will take over the franchise of Cardiff Blues from 1st July...
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Dragons 24-26 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 08 May
Cardiff Blues ended the Pro12 season with a win over rivals Newport Gwent Dragons in Caerphilly, in what is likely to be the last ever game between a Cardiff side and a Newport side at the top level of rugby in Wales.With a vote to take place on Tuesday to determine the future of NGD, Newport RFC...
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Cardiff Blues 30-24 Zebre
Dan Pearce | 01 May
Cardiff Blues fell back down to earth with a bang from the bonus point win over Ospreys at Judgement Day to only just scraping past bottom-placed Zebre at home.  Head Coach Danny Wilson stuck with the majority of the team that won last time out, the only changes coming in the form of Rhys Gill...
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Cardiff Blues v Zebre
Dan Pearce | 28 April
Rugby returns to the Arms Park for the first time since the first weekend in March on Friday night as Pro12 bottom side Zebre arrive for the penultimate game of the regular season, and the last at CAP. After the bonus-point win over Ospreys last time, Danny Wilson has largely stuck with the same...
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List of Cardiff Lions
David Allen | 24 April
118 years and 58 Lions down the road, Cardiff Rugby remains the premier provider of players to this most venerable of rugby traditions. Heritage in action, history as narrative & another golden seam sewn into the planet.
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Cardiff Lions
Dan Pearce | 23 April
A great Cardiff Rugby tradition was continued last week as the British and Irish Lions named their squad for this summer's tour of New Zealand with Sam Warburton selected to travel as captain, joining only Martin Johnson in the very select group to have received that honour twice. Closer to home...
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Uproar At Suggestions Of Cardiff Rugby Merger
Offside | 13 April
Now that the title has grabbed your attention, I have to confess that this blog is not a retrospective commentary on the proposed 2003 merger with Pontypridd. Nor is it a futuristic dystopian fantasy about the Blue Dragons, an unloved and short-lived team formed after the WRU announce the...
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Gloucester 46-26 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 03 April
European knockout rugby is brutal. It can make or break a player, a coach, or in some cases, a season. Nothing creates excitement quite like it, and nothing can leave a feeling of such emptiness. What a cruel mistress it can be, as Cardiff Blues found out on Saturday evening. Ever since January...
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