Jimmy Cowan

With over 50 caps for the All Blacks, Jimmy joined the Blues in 2015 after a two-year contract with English rugby club Gloucester. Jimmy’s competiveness, skill set and great game awareness combined with his experience added a lot to the Blues in 2015. He earned 120 Super Rugby caps, 106 of which came from playing […]

21 Mar 2018

Club mourns loss of Blues brother

The Blues club mourns the loss of Dylan Mika, who passed away suddenly in Auckland on Tuesday. Mika, 45, was a dual international for the All Blacks and Samoa and played 23 times for the Blues. This follows the recent passing of former Blues assistant coach Mac McCallion who helped coach Mika during the Blues’ […]

22 Feb 2016

2016 Points Table

TEAM P W D L BP PTS Hurricanes 15 11 0 4 9 53 Lions 15 11 0 4 8 52 Stormers 15 10 1 4 9 51 Brumbies 15 10 0 5 3 43 Highlanders 15 11 0 4 8 52 Chiefs 15 11 0 4 7 51 Crusaders 15 11 0 4 6 […]

21 Mar 2018

Charge into the action at Eden Park

Family entertainment doesn’t get any better than live sport. Investec Super Rugby delivers international stars, super-fast action, big hits, music and live unscripted suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat right until the end. Don’t miss a thing when the Blues take on their rivals at Eden Park in 2018. Adult […]

Hayden Triggs

A hard working player who was a key lineout contributor for the Blues, Triggs moved back to New Zealand after playing in Japan from 2011 to 2014. He is a former army mechanic whose athleticism and work ethic served any team well. He received 65 Super Rugby caps, a number of which he earned while […]

15 Feb 2016

Movers & Shakers

Pita Ahki

Debuting in 2013 with the Blues, Pita showed impressive footwork and ball skills, making
him a dangerous attacking threat. A member
of the New Zealand Sevens team at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Pita’s speed and one-on- one defence are hallmarks on his game. At the end of 2015, Pita announced that he would be signing with the […]

15 Feb 2016

Player history

Simon Hickey

Captain of both the King’s College 1st XV and 1st XI, Hickey was a New Zealand Schools rugby representative and also won the Gillette Cup player of the year twice (the mark of supremacy for high school cricket in New Zealand). In his first year out of school, Hickey was named Auckland Club Rugby Player of the […]