All Blacks return to take on Chiefs
9 APRIL 2019
Super 7 extend their stay
4 APRIL 2019
virtually unchanged side to host Waratahs
3 APRIL 2019
BLUES AND WARRIORS TRIBES UNITE
28 MARCH 2019
Strong display earns Tuipulotu start
08 Oct 2013
The Blues will kick-off the 2014 Investec Super Rugby Competition against the Highlanders in Dunedin next year after the official draw was released today.
04 Oct 2013
Rugby World Cup champion and All Blacks and Blues hero Jerome Kaino is coming home.
03 Oct 2013
Three Blues players have been named in the All Blacks team for their final match of the Investec Rugby Championship against South Africa at Ellis Park on Sunday morning.
20 Sep 2013
Blues halfback Piri Weepu has been recalled to the All Blacks squad for their tour of Argentina and South Africa.
17 Sep 2013
The Blues have appointed Michael Redman as their new Chief Executive Officer.
12 Sep 2013
Four Blues players have been named on the bench for the All Blacks ahead of Saturday’s Test against the Springboks at Eden Park.
11 Sep 2013
“We really, as a team, believe we can win,” – those were the words of Springbok Coach Heyneke Meyer about breaking the voodoo that has hampered the South Africans in matches against the Wallabies in Queensland.
09 Sep 2013
The scene is set for a pulsating Investec Rugby Championship Test at Eden Park between the All Blacks and South Africa on Saturday with just 4,000 tickets remaining.
05 Sep 2013
Livewire Blues midfielder Francis Saili will make his Test debut on Saturday night when the All Blacks face Argentina in Hamilton.
29 Aug 2013
All Blacks, Blues and Auckland hooker Keven Mealamu has re-signed with New Zealand Rugby and the Blues.
12 Aug 2013
In the final part of our interview with new recruit Benji Marshall, we look back at his rugby league career and how his switch to rugby union will reinvigorate his passion to play.
11 Aug 2013
In the second installment of our three part interview with Benji Marshall, hear about his thoughts on playing ITM Cup, Sevens, who he’s mates with at the Blues and working with the likes of Sir John Kirwan, Sir Graham Henry and Mick Byrne