SummerFest a success for CF10
CF10 Rugby Trust | 25 July
The Saturday before last saw Cardiff Blues stage the very first 'SummerFest' event at Cardiff Arms Park in what was a massive success. Hundreds of children enjoyed skills sessions with members of the Cardiff Blues squad, while supporters were treated to question and answer sessions with coaches...
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The first moves for John Mulvihill
Dan Pearce | 24 June
With June now upon us and the international test window in full swing, the end of the 2017/18 season is getting very close. Teams are announcing pre-season friendlies, European draws and league fixture lists are imminent, and some clubs are already back in training ahead of the new season. At the...
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Thank you, Peter
CF10 Rugby Trust | 15 June
After 25 years as chairman of Cardiff Rugby, Peter Thomas will stand down from his position next summer as Cardiff Blues Limited enters a new era through governance changes. If you rewind to 1993, the world of rugby union was a vastly different place to the one we know now. The game was not yet...
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A Premier opportunity for regional rugby
CF10 Rugby Trust | 04 June
As of this summer, Scrum V as we currently know it will be no more. 'Rejoice!' you might say, for the old boys club on a Sunday night has finally shut its doors. 'Disaster!' others say, for free to air television coverage is all but lost for the Guinness Pro14. Little known subscription channel...
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A new dawn, or a false dawn?
CF10 Rugby Trust | 21 May
Well, what a season 2017-8 turned out to be. Surely none of us would have predicted a second Challenge Cup win and a return to the Champions Cup on the back of our losses to Edinburgh, Leinster, Glasgow and Munster last September. Danny and the squad have worked miracles, the growing culture within...
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Pain, permits and progress: Cardiff RFC's 2017/18 season
Dan Pearce | 16 May
Amidst the jubilation of Cardiff Blues winning a second European Challenge Cup on Friday night, Cardiff RFC's season also came to an end on the weekend, albeit in slightly less glamorous circumstances. Indeed, the 17-20 loss to Ebbw Vale at the Arms Park on Saturday sort of summed up the Blue...
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Cardiff Blues 31-30 Gloucester - Cardiff Blues are European Challenge Cup Champions once again
Dan Pearce | 14 May
Cardiff Blues won a second European Challenge Cup in remarkable fashion after completing an unlikely comeback from 6-20 down against Gloucester at the San Mames Stadium in Bilbao on Friday. It was a fitting end to a fine second half of the season for Wales' Capital Region, which saw us lose just...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Gloucester
Dan Pearce | 11 May
The 2017/18 season comes to a close on Friday night for Cardiff Blues as we face Gloucester in the European Challenge Cup Final at Bilbao's San Mames Stadium. It seems a fitting way to bring the campaign to an end, one which saw a real rocky start both on and off the field, as well as some real...
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Judging Judgement Day
Dan Pearce | 02 May
This past Saturday saw the sixth edition of Welsh professional rugby's 'Judgement Day' event take place at the Principality Stadium, with all four sides in action across two Guinness Pro14 games. As the dust settled on another day at the Stadium, debate was again fierce about the future of...
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Cardiff Blues 23-26 Ospreys
Dan Pearce | 30 April
Cardiff Blues suffered a first 'home' loss since New Year's Eve on Saturday, as a much-changed side fell to a strong Ospreys outfit thanks to a late Dan Biggar drop goal at Judgement Day. Of course, with the game being staged next door at the Principality Stadium it wasn't really a home fixture...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Ospreys
Dan Pearce | 28 April
The Guinness Pro14 comes to an end of Saturday as Cardiff Blues face Ospreys at the Principality Stadium with nothing but pride and momentum at stake for both sides. This sixth annual edition of Welsh professional rugby's showpiece event, where all four Welsh teams play each other in front of 60,...
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Cardiff Blues 16-10 Pau
Dan Pearce | 23 April
Cardiff Blues became European finalists for the third time in our history on Saturday as, in front of a packed out Cardiff Arms Park, French side Section Paloise were defeated in the first semi-final at CAP since 1997. After a good few years of underachieving, off-field turbulence, and in the last...
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