Ma’a Nonu

Ma’a Nonu returned to the Blues in 2014 after a season with the Highlanders. A highly respected and experienced member of the All Blacks, Nonu was renowned as one of the best midfielders in the world. He debuted for the Hurricanes in 2003, playing for the Wellington-based side until 2011 when he spent brief periods […]

12 Oct 2017

Ruru joins Blues halfback ranks

Former Hawkes Bay and current Otago halfback Jonathan Ruru will join the Blues for the 2018 Investec Super Rugby season. Ruru will join current halfbacks Augustine Pulu and Sam Nock in the Blues squad. The Hawkes Bay player moved to Otago last year where he has become a regular fixture in their Mitre 10 Cup […]

Angus Ta’avao

As a young prop Angus has held his own alongside the powerful Blues and All Black front row. A player with excellent athleticism and a huge work rate, Angus played a major part in the Blues tight five in 2015. At the end of the 2015 season, Angus signed with the New South Wales Waratahs […]

Gareth Anscombe

Gareth Anscombe made an impressive debut for the Blues in 2012 after being involved in the Blues wider training squad in 2011. After his first season with the Blues, Anscombe was released to join the Chiefs from 2013 and 2014 before moving to Wales to pursue his heritage, playing for his mother’s country of birth. […]

21 Sep 2017

Revamped Investec Super Rugby format excites the Blues

The Blues are excited by a challenging fixture list for the revamped 2018 Investec Super Rugby season, with the draw announced today. Under the new format all New Zealand teams play each other twice – home and away – which means more action-packed local derbies for the fans and they will get to support the […]

David Raikuna

David Raikuna joined the Blues for his first and only season of Super Rugby in 2012. At 24, he reached national honours as a member of the New Zealand Sevens team, and had the ability to cover centre, wing and fullback. Raikuna started his representative career with Counties-Manukau before moving to North Harbour in 2011.

Sean Polwart

The flanker has NZ Under-20 experience, from the 2010 World Cup, and earned his first cap for the Maori All Blacks in 2014. Sean came in to the Blues environment for two seasons before moving down to the Chiefs.

30 Aug 2017

Day-night affair for BGRT

The Blues will kick off 2018 at the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens, with the second edition of the showcase pre-season tournament to be held on Friday 9 and Saturday February 10 at Suncorp Stadium. Following a hugely popular debut in 2017, the event switches to a day-night format, with matches to begin in the afternoon […]