09 Jul 2015
Blues players the Ioane brothers have been named to start for the Māori All Blacks this Saturday when they play Fiji in Suva. Rieko and Akira Ioane will be joined by Hayden Triggs in the starting fifteen, while Jamison Gibson-Park will be a reserve for the team’s season opener. The Māori All Blacks team features […]
07 Jul 2015
The Blues have renewed the partnership with one of our oldest and most loyal supporters, Barfoot & Thompson. The award-winning Auckland real-estate company has signed on to support the Blues for a further two years. Not only does this cement their status as our longest-serving sponsor, but shows just how committed Barfoot & Thompson are […]
07 Jul 2015
60 secondary school rugby players gathered at Mount Albert Grammar School last week for five days of personal development, training and position-specific coaching with the Blues High Performance team. The players came from all over our region for the 2015 Blues Under-18 Development Squad Camp, arriving to get a taste of professional rugby training and […]
07 Jul 2015
In the last two weeks, we’ve seen 14 Blues men selected for representative teams. Four Blues players were named in the line up for the Maori All Blacks against Fiji, five Blues were selected to play for the Barbarians, and another five were named in the All Blacks squad for the recent historic tussle against […]
06 Jul 2015
Five Blues players have been included in the All Blacks team for their historic test against Samoa in Apia this week.
02 Jul 2015
Leading college players selected for Blues Under-18 Development Camp
01 Jul 2015
This week’s Blues News features some exciting events coming up for Under-18s as well as the departure of one of the Blues’ icons
30 Jun 2015
Four Blues players have been included in the Maori All Blacks named to play Fiji and New Zealand Barbarians in July.
23 Jun 2015
Current Counties Manukau coach and former All Black captain, Tana Umaga will be the new head coach for the Blues.
21 Jun 2015
Young Blues players helped New Zealand reclaim the World Rugby Under-20 championship for the first time in four years when beating England with a 21-16 win in Italy on Sunday (NZT). Scoring two tries to one, New Zealand were 10-11 down at half-time, but came out and in a powerful five minutes after the break […]