08 May 2018
Internet Service Provider The Blues website is not managed by a third party Internet Service Provider (ISP). When you access the Blues website your ISP, is connecting directly with our server. Use of Information The Blues only request contact information when required to respond to customer enquiries and support requests. The Blues will only use […]
02 Aug 2016
Coaches John Kirwan, Grant Doorey, Glenn Moore, David Hill Manager Richard Fry Captain Jerome Kaino Player of the Year Brendon O’Connor Tough start The first half of the season was a lesson in frustration for the team. The opening seven games were lost, five of them by a margin of seven or less. While the team […]
The Palmerston North native earned his first class debut for Manawatu as a teenager in 2014, and became a key part of their success in winning the Championship and earning promotion to the Premiership in 2015. He received a call-up to the Hurricanes wider training group in 2015, making his debut following a Beauden Barrett […]
25 Nov 2015
Tony Hanks has been High Performance Manager for the Blues since the beginning of 2014, focussing on talent identification and development in the Blues region. He’s the first port of call for many young Blues players and is instrumental in converting talented rugby players in to Blues men of the future. Since 1998, Hanks has […]
19 Aug 2016
22 Aug 2016
The Blues Club Lounge is open 90 minutes prior to kick off and up to 60 minutes following the final whistle. A cash bar is available for food and beverage. Further details will be included in your membership pack.
30 Aug 2017
14 Dec 2017
Thursday, 15 February 2018 Kick off 4pm Hosted by North Harbour & Mahurangi Rugby Club Venue: Warkworth A&P Showgrounds Entry by gold coin donation The Blues will play the Hurricanes at Mahurangi Rugby Club on Thursday 15 February, with both teams embarking on their Super Rugby season the following week… read more.
17 Oct 2018
Experienced Super Rugby trainer Phil Healey has been named to join the Blues with coaches Tana Umaga, Tom Coventry and Leon Macdonald. Healey, former Chiefs strength and conditioning coach and currently at Glasgow Warriors in Scotland, will join the Blues for the next two years to lead the club’s strength and conditioning programme. Healey was […]