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05 Aug 2012
Auckland and Blues prop Charlie Faumuina is the only new face named in the 28-man All Blacks squad for the Rugby Championship named today.
30 Jul 2012
Six Blues players have been named to attend an All Blacks wider training group ahead of the Investec Super Rugby Championship.
26 Jul 2012
Highlanders first five-eighths Chris Noakes will play for the Blues in the next Super Rugby season.
26 Jul 2012
Benson Stanley, one of Auckland Rugby and the Blues’ favourite sons, departed for France earlier today to join Top 14 club ASM Clermont Auvergne for two years.
25 Jul 2012
New Zealand rugby fans relish Trans-Tasman encounters and ticket sales to the first home Test match in the Investec Rugby Championship is proving no exception
17 Jul 2012
Former All Black Sir John Kirwan has been appointed the new Head Coach of the Blues, the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) and Blues Franchise announced today.
16 Jul 2012
Fans flocked to The Nation’s Clubrooms at SKYCITY to watch the Blues as they took on the Brumbies in their final game of the 2012 Investec Super Rugby season.
14 Jul 2012
The Blues finished their torrid season on a high, smashing the Brumbies 30-16 at Canberra Stadium tonight.
11 Jul 2012
Blues prop Charlie Faumuina is back to full fitness and will start against the Brumbies in Canberra on Saturday night (kick-off 5.30pm NZT).
10 Jul 2012
As a way to say thanks to our digital cheer squad, the Blues invited our most passionate followers on Social Media along to ëTrue Blue HQ’ at Eden Park on Saturday night
08 Jul 2012
At last. The Blues finally gave their faithful fans reason to cheer after running over the Western Force 32-9 at Eden Park tonight.
06 Jul 2012
Sporting a blond bowl haircut similar to his childhood idol Jeff Wilson and spending hours in the backyard practising taking the high ball, Tom McCartney never envisaged playing hooker, let alone racking up 50 games for the Blues.