Dragons 12-13 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 27 December 2020
Cardiff Blues battled to a narrow win over the Dragons at Rodney Parade on Boxing Day to get the festive derbies up and running with a crucial four points. After the European Challenge Cup game against Stade Francais Paris the week before had been cancelled, John Mulvihill's squad was well rested...
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Preview: Dragons v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 26 December 2020
Cardiff Blues return to Guinness Pro14 action this weekend as the Welsh festive derbies get underway with a trip to Rodney Parade for a face-off with Dragons, 3pm kick-off. It's been two weeks since John Mulvihill's men were last in action, beating Newcastle Falcons 20-33 away at Kingston Park...
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Newcastle Falcons 20-33 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 13 December 2020
Cardiff Blues got the European Challenge Cup underway with a solid away win over Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park on Friday night, overcoming a slow first half to get four points on the board. John Mulvihill was able to welcome back Wales internationals Dillon Lewis, Seb Davies, Cory Hill and...
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Preview: Newcastle Falcons v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 11 December 2020
Cardiff Blues get the 2020/21 European Challenge Cup campaign underway on Friday night with a trip to face Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park, 8pm kick-off. After a disappointing first fixture block in the Guinness Pro14 that has left John Mulvihill's men with an uphill struggle to qualify for the...
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Cardiff Blues 10-19 Glasgow Warriors
Dan Pearce | 30 November 2020
Cardiff Blues ended the first block of Guinness Pro14 fixtures in disappointing fashion with a tired and error strewn defeat at the hands of Glasgow Warriors in Newport. John Mulvihill had been able to welcome back the likes of Kris Dacey, Jarrod Evans and Rey Lee-Lo to the side that lost to...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Glasgow Warriors
Dan Pearce | 29 November 2020
The first block of fixtures in the 2020/21 Guinness Pro14 comes to an end on Sunday night as Cardiff Blues welcome Glasgow Warriors to Rodney Parade, 7.35pm kick-off. It's been a battling period for John Mulvihill's men up until now, with a strong start against Zebre and Connacht being followed by...
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The Walk of Legends
Steve Coombs | 25 November 2020
Last week, Cardiff Blues began their Walk of Legends project, to celebrate and honour the rich history of Cardiff rugby. Many of the names featuring on the lists of nominees will be known to supporters. Some are still playing. Some were still playing quite recently. But inevitably, the further we...
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Leinster 40-5 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 23 November 2020
Cardiff Blues battled hard but ultimately couldn't get close to undefeated Leinster after a final quarter blitz from the hosts at the Royal Dublin Showground. John Mulvihill had two changes enforced on him from the side that started against Benetton last week, with Olly Robinson and Willis...
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Preview: Leinster v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 22 November 2020
Cardiff Blues head on the road for the final time in the first Guinness Pro14 fixture block of the season this weekend with a trip to Leinster, 5.15pm kick-off on Sunday. After the three defeats in a row at the hands of Munster, Ulster and Edinburgh, there was a return to form last week for John...
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Cardiff Blues 22-5 Benetton
Dan Pearce | 17 November 2020
Cardiff Blues returned to winning ways against Benetton as Monday night rugby drew to a close in the Guinness Pro14 with a victory at Rodney Parade. After going down in disappointing fashion to Edinburgh in the previous game, John Mulvihill had rung the changes with Jarrod Evans and Willis...
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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Benetton
Dan Pearce | 16 November 2020
Monday night rugby comes to a close this week as Cardiff Blues welcome Benetton to Rodney Parade hunting for a first win in three games in the Guinness Pro14. John Mulvihill's men have lost away at Munster, home to Ulster and then on the road against Edinburgh last week, with that loss at...
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THE GOVERNOR OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND UNDERSTOOD WELSH RUGBY FUNDING
CF10 Arms Park Rugby Trust Board | 14 November 2020
Around 2011, the then Governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, in a meeting arranged by Sport Wales, met with Chief Executives of Welsh National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGB). The Governor was on his annual tour of the UK and wanted to know how the crash of 2008 was impacting upon one of his...
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