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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Cardiff 40-16 Carmarthen Quins
Dan Pearce | 21 January
The Friday night lights shone brightly on Cardiff RFC as they battled back from a slow start to secure a bonus point win over Carmarthen Quins at the Arms Park. Steve Law made a number of changes to the team that overcame the old rivals Newport last week, with Callum Bradbury returning from injury...
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Cardiff Blues 33-14 Lyon
Dan Pearce | 21 January
The first Cardiff Blues Heineken Champions Cup campaign for five years finished in emphatic style on Saturday, hopefully providing a platform to return next season. John Mulvihill, who was pleased with his side's performance, made eleven changes to the team that pushed Glasgow last week as Lyon...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Lyon
Dan Pearce | 18 January
The Cardiff Blues involvement in this season's Heineken Champions Cup comes to an end this weekend as Lyon arrive at the Arms Park for a pride battle. Neither side are in a position to qualify from the pool, with the home side in third place on five points, while Lyon are bottom and have failed to...
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Preview: Cardiff v Carmarthen
Dan Pearce | 18 January
Cardiff RFC welcome Carmarthen Quins to the Arms Park this evening (8pm kick-off) as we bid to continue our unbeaten start to the calendar year. The Blue and Blacks are hot off a derby win over Newport last weekend, after 31 second half points secured a 32-38 win, to make it a total of 135 points...
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Glasgow Warriors 33-24 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 15 January
A brave performance saw a much changed Cardiff Blues side push Glasgow Warriors all the way and claim a try bonus point in the Heineken Champions Cup at Scotstoun. With hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages ending last month, John Mulvihill opted to leave the likes of Josh Turnbull, Olly...
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Preview: Glasgow Warriors v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 12 January
Heineken Champions Cup action returns this weekend as Cardiff Blues travel up to Scotland to face Glasgow Warriors in the fifth round of the pool stages. Unfortunately John Mulvihill's men are already without a chance of qualifying for the knockout rounds of the competition, but they will be...
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New Year, New Opportunities
CF10 Rugby Trust | 07 January
Another year has passed, one in which the future of rugby at Cardiff and of the Arms Park have once again remained spectacularly unresolved. Dare we hope for better in 2019? Is there any reason that we should be more optimistic? We think so and will use this blog to outline why and to suggest some...
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