Glasgow Warriors 40-15 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 25 November
The Guinness Pro14 returned to action on Friday night for Cardiff Blues, but they'll be wishing it was still on hiatus after a dreadful first half contributed to a second heavy defeat against Glasgow Warriors this season. John Mulvihill had been able to welcome Seb Davies and Jarrod Evans back...
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Preview: Glasgow Warriors v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 23 November
After a few weeks off the Guinness Pro14 returns to action on Friday night as Cardiff Blues kick-off a tough run of fixtures with a trip to face Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun. It precedes games away to Ulster and Saracens, the return game against the Gallagher Premiership champions, three festive...
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Cardiff 25-19 RGC
Dan Pearce | 10 November
Cardiff RFC made it six wins in a row and kept up a challenge to make the top four of the Principality Premiership by Christmas with a weather impacted victory over RGC at the Arms Park on Friday night. Head coach Steve Law made five changes to his team that beat Aberavon last time out, with...
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Preview: Cardiff RFC v RGC
Dan Pearce | 09 November
After a week off the Principality Premiership returns tonight with Cardiff RFC looking to extend their winning against RGC in front of the BBC Scrum V Live cameras. You have to go back to the 22nd September to find the last time the Blue and Blacks fell to a defeat, as the side were suffering from...
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Cardiff Blues 45-21 Uruguay
Dan Pearce | 06 November
Cardiff Blues put in a comfortable performance as they scored seven tries to overcome Uruguay, with international rugby returning to the Arms Park for the first time since 1996. There was only one survivor from Sunday's 37-0 win over Zebre as Aled Summerhill continued on the wing, as 15 of the...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Uruguay
Dan Pearce | 06 November
For the first time in 22 years an international touring side will come to the Arms Park on Tuesday night as Cardiff Blues welcome Uruguay for a one-off game. The last time an international team played at CAP was in 1996 when Cardiff RFC lost to Western Samoa, as they then were, beat the Blue and...
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The South American connection
Dan Pearce | 05 November
The long and prestigious history of Cardiff sides facing international opposition at the Arms Park continues on Tuesday night as a new opposition come to play in the famous old ground. Uruguay have been a rugby playing country since way back in the mid-late nineteenth century, although they didn't...
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Cardiff Blues 37-0 Zebre
Dan Pearce | 05 November
Cardiff Blues returned to winning ways as a poor Zebre side were comfortably put away at the Arms Park with Gethin Jenkins bowing out in style, albeit with a pushed kick! It comes after two weeks of disappointing performances accompanying defeats, and as we head in to three weeks away from Pro14...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Zebre
Dan Pearce | 04 November
Although the wider rugby public's attention may have switched on to the Autumn Internationals this weekend, the Guinness Pro14 continues as Cardiff Blues welcome Zebre to the Arms Park on Sunday. On the back of last weekend's dismal 21-10 defeat at the hands of the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein, this...
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Cheetahs 21-10 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 28 October
Cardiff Blues served up a Halloween horror show in Bloemfontein as an abject performance resulted in a second loss of the week for John Mulvihill's men. Were it not for Cheetahs being an equally poor rugby team, the scoreline could well have been a cricket score. It leaves next week's fixture...
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Preview: Cheetahs v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 26 October
The Guinness Pro14 returns to action this weekend as Cardiff Blues fly out for this season's South African trip to Bloemfontein in an important all-Conference A clash. It comes on the back of last week's disappointing 12-29 Heineken Champions Cup defeat at the hands of Glasgow Warriors which put...
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Cardiff Blues 12-29 Glasgow Warriors
Dan Pearce | 22 October
There was huge disappointment for Cardiff Blues as a lacklustre performance saw the Heineken Cup's return to Cardiff Arms Park end with a 12-29 defeat to Glasgow Warriors. After last weekend's excellent victory away at Lyon over 9,000 supporters packed into the ground hoping to see John Mulvihill'...
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