Preview: Cardiff v Ospreys
Dan Pearce | 18 November 2016
After last weekend's heavy defeat away at Exeter, Richard Hodges' Cardiff Anglo-Welsh Cup side welcome West Wales rivals Ospreys to the Arms Park in the hope of bouncing back with a win. To assist in that task a number of experienced faces have been recalled to the squad in the hope of providing...
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What Can Architects Learn From The Green Bay Packers?
Huw Jones | 16 November 2016
I have a confession to make: I don’t like architects. Well, when I say architects, if I really thought about it long enough and rationalised the situation I wouldn’t mean all architects. I’m sure many, if not most are very nice people much thought of by their loved ones. In fact, my butty is an...
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Exeter 62-25 Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 15 November 2016
Richard Hodges' young Cardiff Blues side were on the end of a hammering at the hands of Exeter Chiefs on Sunday, with the home side running in 10 of the game's 14 tries. It will be a steep learning curve for the players and coaches alike and sparks a debate over whether the club were right to...
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Member Newsletter
Andy Baker | 13 November 2016
if you're a member who's given us an email address and you didn't recieve an email newsletter this weekend could you please get in touch. We've had a number addresses bounce back and we're keen to ensure we have the details for you.
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Preview: Exeter v Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 12 November 2016
The Anglo-Welsh Cup swings into life this weekend for the Welsh clubs as Cardiff Blues start with an away trip to Exeter Chiefs. After taking a year off for the World Cup the competition returns to provide fringe and youth players the chance to stake a claim for regular first team rugby while...
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Andrew’s Law
Andrew Collins | 10 November 2016
Andrew Collins offers an alternative view to Martin Hughes's Bridging Gatland's Poor Law piece.
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Bridging Gatland's Poor Law
Martin Hughes | 09 November 2016
We again stand on the verge of the Autumnal series (what I lovingly called back in the days of Roger Lewis as The Blitz on the Debt Series) and look to the National team to give us an outlet for our patriotic leanings and to entertain with feats of bravery and daring-do. Thousands will descend on...
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Treviso 28-34 Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 06 November 2016
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 2016
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 2016
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 2016
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 2016
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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