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11 Feb 2015

2015 News

  • The Blue Print: Round Three

    28 Feb 2015 The Blues team was defeated by the Cheetahs in a nail-biting 25-24 finish in Bloemfontein. Read more here.
  • Kaino to reach 100 caps for Blues

    26 Feb 2015 New Zealand Rugby has congratulated Blues captain Jerome Kaino who will bring up his century of Super Rugby games against the Cheetahs in South Africa this week.
  • Faumuina, Tuipuloto to start in South Africa

    26 Feb 2015 All Blacks Charlie Faumuina and Patrick Tuipulotu will make their first starts of the season for the Blues against the Cheetahs at Bloemfontein on Saturday morning
  • Blues and Hurricanes Under-20

    25 Feb 2015 The Blues U20 side faced a strong Hurricanes side in Taupo earlier this afternoon. The side fell 13-38 to the Hurricanes, but can take plenty of positives according to coaches.
  • Blues News: Edition Four

    25 Feb 2015 A 10s Tournament, a New Zealander of the Year nomination and a chance to travel with the team. There are exciting times ahead for the Blues!
  • Blues announce Under 20 team

    23 Feb 2015 The Blues have named a strong Under 20 team for the fixture against the Hurricanes in Taupo this coming Wednesday.
  • The Blue Print: Round Two

    22 Feb 2015 The Blues played 60 minutes with only 14 men on the field and fought intelligently against a strong attacking game from the Stormers. Read more here.
  • Moala returns to New Zealand, team announced

    20 Feb 2015 The team to face the Stormers this weekend in round two of the Super Rugby conference has been announced, read more here.
  • Blues News: Edition Three

    18 Feb 2015 After months of pre-season training, the Super Rugby season is well and truly under way. Check out what the team has been up to prepare for the game.
  • Woodcock Returns, Cowan Debuts for Blues

    16 Feb 2015 Starting line-up for Round One
  • The Blue Print: Round One

    16 Feb 2015 The Blues faced a fierce but ultimately disappointing loss against the Chiefs in the opening game of the 2015 Super Rugby. Read more about it here.
  • The Blue Print: Round One

    14 Feb 2015 The Blues faced a fierce but ultimately disappointing loss against the Chiefs in the opening game of the 2015 Super Rugby. Read more about it here.
  • Blues Development XV to play Saturday

    13 Feb 2015 The Blues have named their first Development XV for the 2015 season to play the Chiefs Development at QBE Stadium on Saturday (kick off 5.05pm).
  • Starship backing the Blues

    13 Feb 2015 The Blues, who kick off their Investec Super Rugby campaign at home on Saturday, will carry Starship branding on the back of their jerseys this season.
  • Woodcock Returns, Cowan Debuts for Blues

    12 Feb 2015 Blues centurion and World Cup hero Tony Woodcock returns to Investec Super Rugby for the first time in eight months for Saturday’s opening round of the 2015 season.
  • Ioane signs with Blues

    10 Feb 2015 Teenage star Akira Ioane has been confirmed to join the Blues, it was announced today.
  • Blues News: Edition Two

    10 Feb 2015 The team is getting ready for their opening match against the Chiefs this weekend, read about what has been going on at Blues HQ
  • Final pre-season game a success

    06 Feb 2015 The Blues enjoyed a win over the Hurricanes to boost their Investec Super Rugby campaign which kicks off next week.
  • Pre-season: Blues v Hurricanes

    05 Feb 2015 It's the final pre-season hit out for the Blues this Friday at QBE Stadium! See who the Blues are putting out on the field.
  • Blues Open Day this Sunday

    04 Feb 2015 Come along to QBE Stadium this Sunday from 10am-12pm to meet the 2015 Blues squad!
  • Blues News: Edition One

    04 Feb 2015 Welcome to the first edition of Blues News for the 2015 season. The countdown has begun and with just 10 days until our first game against the Chiefs, the excitement is building at Blues HQ.
  • Blues to build at Alexandra Park

    03 Feb 2015 The Blues today confirmed that the organisation will move to a purpose-built, world-class training and administrative headquarters at Alexandra Park
  • Blues to face Hurricanes in pre-season

    02 Feb 2015 The Blues will meet the Hurricanes at 4pm this Waitangi Day for a pre-season match at QBE Stadium in Albany, continuing what has become a 20 year rivalry.
  • Blues right on target

    02 Feb 2015 The 2015 Investec Super Rugby season was launched today with a fans and player team archery competition at College Rifles Rugby Club.
  • TrueBlues 2015 Member's Breakfast

    02 Feb 2015 More than 400 Blues supporters arrived at Eden Park’s Hall of Legends last week for the annual TrueBlues member's breakfast.
  • First hit-out important for Blues

    30 Jan 2015 The Blues fell 41-20 to the Chiefs in the team's first pre-season game of the year
  • Pre-season: Blues v Chiefs

    29 Jan 2015 It's game day for the Blues and the Chiefs up at Toll Stadium in Whangarei! Take a look at the full line-up.
  • Valentines Day lounge offer for Blues v Chiefs

    29 Jan 2015 Romance will be in the air at the opening game of the 2015 Super Rugby season.
  • Blues winger to head to UK

    27 Jan 2015 Blues winger Frank Halai will join English club Wasps next season, it was confirmed by the club today.
  • Charlie Faumuina re-signs for two years

    22 Jan 2015 All Blacks prop Charlie Faumuina has re-committed to the Blues and New Zealand Rugby to the end of 2017.
  • Moala to return to Blues environment

    21 Jan 2015 Media release regarding George Moala's recent trial
  • Parsons Returns to Blues

    19 Jan 2015 The newest All Black is back in training with the Blues today, marking the end of an 8-week break after the Northern Tour.
  • Peter Saili released from contract

    16 Jan 2015 The Blues and New Zealand Rugby have reached agreement with Blues loose forward Peter Saili to terminate his employment with immediate effect.
  • TrueBlues member off to Melbourne

    05 Jan 2015 TrueBlues member wins trip to Melbourne for purchasing membership before December 23.
ROUND 1

18

Blues v
Chiefs

Sat 14 Feb 2015
7:35pm

23

27

Stormers v
Blues

Sun 22 Feb 2015
4:05am

16

25

Cheetahs v
Blues

Sat 28 Feb 2015
6:10am

24

Blues v
Lions

Sat 7 Mar 2015
7:35pm

Hurricanes v
Blues

Fri 13 Mar 2015
7:35pm

Waratahs v
Blues

Sat 28 Mar 2015
9:40pm

Chiefs v
Blues

Sat 4 Apr 2015
7:35pm

Blues v
Brumbies

Fri 10 Apr 2015
7:35pm

Highlanders v
Blues

Sat 18 Apr 2015
7:35pm

Crusaders v
Blues

Sat 25 Apr 2015
7:35pm

Blues v
Force

Sat 2 May 2015
5:30pm

Rebels v
Blues

Fri 8 May 2015
9:40pm

Blues v
Bulls

Fri 15 May 2015
7:35pm

Blues v
Hurricanes

Sat 23 May 2015
7:35pm

Blues v
Crusaders

Sat 6 Jun 2015
7:35pm

Blues v
Highlanders

Fri 12 Jun 2015
7:35pm

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GO BLUES!
# June 12, 2012 - 12:18am
WOOP! GO BLUES! SHOUTOUT TO TAMAKI COLLEGE!

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junior
# June 11, 2012 - 11:28pm
@Wales 2001-2002: Exactly, that was a dream team for any coach. Blues 1996, 1997 would have won with no coach with that awesome lineup. They pretty much were the 1995 WC team. A team who made it to the finals and just lost, many say because they were food poisoned. many say that team was the greatest ever all black team assembled. I agree. Poor laurie mains should have been given a second chance. Now in the new millenium, rugby leagues popularity in auckland has skyrocketed. We no longer are the force we once were, with players of all ages flocking to league, mt smart stadiums warriors home games regularly outselling the blues despite the warriors having a worse losing record most years. People watching australian NRL and state of origin now. Aussies. I know people who can name every single player in the eels. panthers, queensland side or NSW but would struggle to name 4 or 5 blues players. It never used to be like this. No other franchise would stand a chance against auckland if leagues popularity here wasn't sapping so much rugby talent.

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junior
# June 11, 2012 - 11:34pm
@Senior: Plenty of fantasy rugby coaches on this website with thier own strategies and methadologies. If I had a dollar for every internet nigel nobody & armchair critic who thought they could coach better than the real deal I would be a very rich man. Even the plant waterer in our office regularly gives his opinions, selections and strategy play by plays on how he thinks we could improve our winning chances. Truth is that any team missing 10 or more of its first pick players is gonna struggle. Last years champion reds team, too many injuries early on and now no chance of making a semi. @cOACH CANT WIN WITH THE ONE EYED CRITICS ..well put. yours is one of many intelligent statements made on this board in my absence.