Coaches reward performance in team to host Highlanders

13 MARCH 2019

BLU v HIG Boot Drive

Together with BNZ, major partner of the Blues and Best Foot Forward, we’ll be collecting pre-loved rugby boots at the game. For each pair of rugby boots you donate, you’ll get one free kids Bronze (GA) ticket for the match, thanks to BNZ.

Key players return, Harbour stars start

Kids tickets free for QBE

Nanai joins Ioane with 50 Super caps

News

12 May 2016

Faumuina to start, Bekhuis rests

The absence of enduring lock Josh Bekhuis is the notable omission from the Blues team to take on South African front runners, the Lions in Johannesburg on Sunday (NZ time). Bekhuis tweaked his calf in the win over the Kings in Port Elizabeth, with the injury not improving sufficiently to play. It will be the […]

12 May 2016

Blue Man Group at HQ

10 May 2016

Nock, Trainor named in U20s

Blues players Sam Nock (2016) and Jordan Trainor (2016) have been selected for the NZ Under 20 team to compete in the Under 20 World Championship in Manchester this coming June. Dalton Papali’i (Auckland and Blues U20/A) and Hapakuki Moala-Liava’a (North Harbour and Blues U20s) have also been selected. While the players were notified prior […]

08 May 2016

Blues take bonus-point win

It took five minutes after the hooter for the Blues to chalk up their first bonus victory of the season with a 34-18 win over the Kings at Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth. A turnover five minutes after the siren had sounded and a slick back pass by Billy Guyton led to a try […]

05 May 2016

Moala to earn 50

Twenty-five-year-old George Moala will chalk up his 50th game for the Blues when he starts in the Investec Super Rugby clash against the Kings at Port Elizabeth. Moala will earn the special honour of his 50th cap before he has played 50 games for his provincial side, Auckland. The former Tamaki College and Glenn Innes […]

04 May 2016

Moala, Nanai to start

Midfielder George Moala will play his 50th game for the Blues in their Investec Super Rugby clash against the Kings at Port Elizabeth on Sunday (NZ time). The 25-year-old will be the most capped Blues player in the backline to take on the Kings in the first of the Blues’ three-match tour that includes the […]