24 Nov 2015

High Performance Programme

The High Performance department works closely with out provincial union partners and NZ Rugby to develop players from our region to provide them the opportunity and support to transition successfully to Super Rugby. The objectives of the programme are aspiration, retain talent from our region and continue to grow our legacy of success. Tony Hanks […]

Tom Donnelly

The former All Black lock Tom Donnelly added plenty of experience to the Blues squad in 2014 in the absence of senior locks Ali Williams and Anthony Boric. Donnelly made his Super Rugby debut for the Highlanders in 2004 and earned the first of his 15 All Blacks Test caps against Australia in 2009. After […]

23 May 2018

Leon MacDonald Excited By Blues Challenge

The 56-Test All Black, and current Tasman coach Leon MacDonald is already excited about his move to the Blues for the 2019 Super Rugby season. Leon was named last week as the assistant coach for the Blues under coach Tana Umaga for 2019. In fact he played for the Crusaders in 2003 Super Rugby final, […]

21 Nov 2015

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Wayne Ngaluafe

Wayne Ngaluafe started his provincial rugby career with Northland in 2011 before moving south to Auckland in 2013 and 2014. He played two games for the Blues, one being the French international match.

23 May 2018

A Big Tick in the Leger – Orbyn Leger

A young man who came into the Blues as a two-week replacement and has now earned five caps as a starter including an eye-catching try. Twenty-one-year-old Orbyn Leger from Counties Manukau has earned his stripes not only with his excellent performances on the park, but his impressive work ethic on the training ground. Leger was […]

24 Nov 2015

Hospitality

For further information on venues available at Blues home games, or to discuss your hospitality requirements in general, please contact sam.pierce@theblues.co.nz. Download our corporate hospitality form here.

Malakai Fekitoa

Fekitoa burst onto the scene as an 18-year-old at the Nationals sevens in 2011 where he was voted player of the tournament by Gordon Teitjens. In 2012 he played every game in the Auckland ITM Cup campaign, proving himself to be a physical defender and a strong runner with the ability to create space for […]

19 May 2018

BLUES VS CRUSADERS HIGHLIGHTS – 2018 SUPER RUGBY – ROUND 14

BLUES VS CRUSADERS HIGHLIGHTS – 2018 SUPER RUGBY – ROUND 14

Marty McKenzie

McKenzie is one of three players in the 2013 squad that played in the 2013 New Zealand Under-20 team. He made his Super Rugby debut in 2013 before moving on to the Chiefs in 2015 and the Crusaders in 2016.