Ron Cribb

Though Ron Cribb didn’t start playing rugby until his mid teens, and had been a league player until then, he soon established himself at national levels. From Massey he was chosen for both the national secondary schools side and the under-19s in 1995. He was a regular Harbour selection at NPC level and in 1998 […]

31 May 2017

Meet some of the women on the team…

With the team away during the international rugby window and Super Rugby on pause, we thought we’d take this opportunity to shine a light on a trio of women within the Blues organisation who keep the team performing at their absolute peak – on and off the field. Kylie Wilson, Mental Skills Coach One of […]

David Morgan

David Morgan was an Auckland and New Zealand secondary schools representative, as well as a member of the New Zealand Colts from 1988-1990. In 1992, Morgan joined French club rugby team Bourgoin before being recruited back to New Zealand to play for the Blues in 2000.  

20 May 2017

Stormers too strong in Cape Town

The Blues’ hopes of securing a play-off spot in the hyper-competitive New Zealand conference suffered a brutal set-back in Cape Town this morning (NZ time), going down 30-22 to the Stormers. Referee Jaco van Heerden ruled the match with an iron fist, and as a result both teams traded yellow cards early – winger Matt Duffie received […]

Ben Meyer

Ben Meyer enjoyed more than a decade of professional rugby in New Zealand, with two of those years playing for the Blues. The halfback played for Leonessa in Italy for two years after his stint with the Blues and spent time at each of the Blues’ union teams, as well as Counties Manukau, while in […]

To’o Vaega

To’o Vaega is best remembered for his contribution to Samoan rugby, his efforts at the 1991 Rugby World Cup in particular. He scored the game-winning try in an historic win over Wales. Vaega represented Samoan 61 times over his 15-year international career, from 1986 to 2001. He also played for the Highlanders during the first […]

06 May 2017

Two from two in Aussie

The Blues can rest easy tonight after scoring two wins from their two matches in Australia, following victories over the Brumbies in Canberra last week and the Waratahs in Sydney tonight. Even more impressive, tonight’s 33-40 victory over the Waratahs marks the first time since 2003 that the Blues have tasted victory in Sydney – […]

Blair Urlich

Blair Urlich began his first-class career in 1998 with North Harbour and came into the Blues side for two years in 2000. He made the New Zealand Maori side and earned a one-year contract with Japanese club Mitsubishi Dynaboars.