Preview: Cardiff Blues v Scarlets
Dan Pearce | 29 December
The festive derbies continue this weekend as Cardiff Blues make the annual pilgrimage to the wild west to face Scarlets on Saturday, with another win required to keep pace in the play-off race. After last week's victory over Dragons, John Mulvihill's men just about kept in touch with Ospreys and...
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Cardiff Blues 19-16 Dragons
Dan Pearce | 26 December
In awful conditions at the Arms Park on Friday night, Cardiff Blues crept past a resilient Dragons side thanks to a last minute Gareth Anscombe penalty kick. The result just about keeps John Mulvihill's men in touch with Ospreys in the race for third place, the last play-off place and automatic...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Dragons
Dan Pearce | 21 December
It's that time of year again as rivalries re-commence and the festive derbies return to Wales, with Cardiff Blues welcoming Dragons to the Arms Park to start the season of 'goodwill'. After two weeks of Heineken Champions Cup action against Gallagher Premiership champions Saracens, it's a...
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A Cardiff Carol
CF10 Rugby Trust | 18 December
Chapter 1 The old Benefactor Era was dead. Of that, there could be no doubt. The Western Mail reported, the BBC explained it and social media went into meltdown debating it. The Benefactor Era was dead. As dead as a doornail. Ebenezer Phillips growled as he entered his office in the Principality...
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Saracens 14-26 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 17 December
The Cardiff Blues involvement in this season's Heineken Champions Cup is over despite a second spirited performance against Gallagher Premiership champions Saracens in a week. Once again we were leading as the sides went in at half-time, and even as the clock ticked past the 75th minute there was...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Saracens
Dan Pearce | 15 December
The Arms Park plays host to the second instalment of the Cardiff Blues v Saracens Heineken Champions Cup pool stage double header on Saturday, with John Mulvihill's men looking to bounce back from a heavy defeat last Sunday. It was a promising first 40 minutes at Allianz Park, despite an early...
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Project Reset: Influence or Control?
CF10 Rugby Trust | 13 December
Project Reset. Is it a new MI5 anti-terrorism initiative or maybe a revolutionary approach to taxation by the Government?...
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Saracens 51-25 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 10 December
A brave first half showing from Cardiff Blues was blown away by a dominant Saracens in the second half as the English champions stormed to a try bonus point win at Allianz Park. There were plenty of positives to take forward for John Mulvihill's men though as we not only kept up with the might of...
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Preview: Saracens v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 08 December
European action returns to our lives this weekend, and although it is the daunting challenge of facing Saracens in the first of a double header, it's what we've been waiting for since 2013! Five years since our last Heineken Cup double header in December, the Gallagher Premiership champions and...
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Ulster 16-12 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 03 December
It was a valuable bonus point picked up by Cardiff Blues at Ulster on Saturday afternoon, but the visitors will be left ruing circumstances out of their control as a big defensive performance was cause for positivity. After last weekend's heavy defeat away at Glasgow a performance was required...
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Preview: Ulster v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 01 December
Cardiff Blues look to bounce back from last week's disappointing 40-15 defeat at the hands of Glasgow with a trip to Ulster this weekend, as the international players return to boost the squad. That game at Scotstoun got an important but difficult fixture block off to a really tough start, as the...
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Alun Jones: The man with the future in his hands
CF10 Rugby Trust | 28 November
Cardiff Blues Limited have announced the company's new chairman, with Hugh James Solicitors Managing Partner Alun Jones staking over from Peter Thomas. Peter is the rugby equivalent of Marmite, having supporters and detractors in equal measure but, without his financial support, there would be no...
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