12 Nov 2015

Landscape

Josh Goodhue

Josh comes from the mighty Taniwha region of Northland. A promising player from Kawakawa, he was schooled at Mount Albert Grammar in Auckland, earning selection to the NZ Schools side in 2013. Josh spent some time in England before returning home to make his debut for the Northalnd Taniwha in 2015. He played in all […]

16 Jan 2020

Blues name first team for 2020

The Blues have named their team to play the Chiefs at a sold out Waihi Athletic Rugby Club on Friday. TJ Faiane has been named captain in a side which features Waihi Rugby’s own Kurt Eklund at Hooker. The reserves bench is packed in typical pre-season fashion, as the coaches look to give a majority […]

23 Mar 2017

Royal Easter Show

Meet some of the players at the Royal Easter Show, on at the ASB Showgrounds from 13-18 April 2017. They’ll be signing posters and posing for selfies, so come along and say hi. And if you’ve got some old sporting boots kicking around at home, bring them to the show and donate them to the Blues […]

22 Aug 2016

What’s the Blues Crew?

Blues Crew is our membership for our youngest fans. Blues crew is for kids aged 13 years and under and offers all the benefits of a membership.  Check out full details here

02 Aug 2016

2007

Coaches David Nucifora, Joe Schmidt, Liam Barry Manager Ant Strachan Captain Troy Flavell Player of the Year Isaia Toeava The controversial R word  Ahead of the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France, All Black coaches Graham Henry, Wayne Smith and Steve Hansen introduced a controversial conditioning programme and rotational selection policy designed to have the […]

29 Jan 2019

Blues 2019 Poster

The 2019 Blues poster has an interactive Augmented Reality feature which you will be able to access through your phone or tablet, either by downloading a special app (Android devices only) or through your device’s web browser (directions and link below). You can pick up a copy of the poster at community events or selected […]

26 Feb 2016

ROUND 13

12 Jul 2019

Barrett joins for 4 Years

Two-time World Rugby Player of the Year, All Blacks first five-eighth Beauden Barrett, has announced a new deal with New Zealand Rugby (NZR), which will see him stay in New Zealand through to the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Barrett also today confirmed that not only will he stay with NZR for a further four years, […]

29 Oct 2019

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