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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Preview: Cardiff Blues v Glasgow Warriors
Dan Pearce | 20 October
The Heineken Champions Cup returns to Cardiff Arms Park for the first time since January 2014 on Sunday as Glasgow Warriors arrive for the second game in this year's pool stages. After last week's 21-30 win away at Lyon John Mulvihill's men are looking good at the top of pool three alongside...
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Bedwas 10-16 Cardiff
Dan Pearce | 15 October
There was success for Cardiff RFC in front of the Scrum V cameras on Friday night as the Blue and Blacks overcame a resilient Bedwas, as well as Storm Callum, to make it three wins in a row. Head Coach Steve Law made five changes to the side that had beaten Cross Keys in a 36-35 thriller at the...
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Lyon 21-30 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 15 October
After almost five years away from the Heineken Cup, Cardiff Blues marked our return to the top table of European rugby with a superb win away at Lyon on Sunday. It is now four wins on the bounce for John Mulvihill's men who join Saracens at the top of pool three and continue a remarkable turn-...
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Preview: Lyon v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 14 October
After five seasons away from the top table of European rugby, Cardiff Blues are back in the Heineken Cup and battling with the big boys in the Northern Hemisphere. It caps a few years of underachieving for Wales' Capital Region as we've gone through a number of coaches and a huge amount of playing...
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Dragons 15-23 Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 08 October
John Mulvihill can boast a 100% record in Welsh derbies after his Cardiff Blues side beat Dragons on Saturday to finish the first block of Guinness Pro14 fixtures with three straight wins. It was a second comeback win for the visitors, who had to claw the game against Cheetahs back from 10-21 down...
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Preview: Dragons v Cardiff Blues
Dan Pearce | 05 October
This weekend sees Cardiff Blues travel east to Rodney Parade for a date with the Dragons in what will be the first Welsh derby of the season, and of John Mulvihill's reign. The match also brings to a close the first block of fixtures in the Guinness Pro14, with the visitors hunting to finish it on...
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Cardiff Rugby round-up: Positives across the board
Dan Pearce | 01 October
The final weekend of September saw an Indian summer sweep over South Wales, and it almost brought with it a clean sweep of Cardiff wins with just two points required to make it three from three. Following on from the Cardiff Blues first team's victory over Cheetahs on Friday night, Cardiff Blues A...
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