The Auckland lock was one of the tallest in the Blues squad for 2015 at 2.03m. He earned three caps for the Blues during the season after coming through the Auckland Under-20 programme.
17 May 2018
The Blues has a more settled and experienced look to its team to take on the Crusaders in the Investec Super Rugby clash at Eden Park on Saturday night. Pauliasi Manu is reunited in the front row with James Parsons and Ofa Tuungafasi, with the trio sporting 213 Super Rugby caps between them. The change […]
15 Feb 2016
Greg was a former New Zealand Under 20 player who came into the Blues in 2015 as a prop from North Harbour before transitioning to hooker. He had experience with both North Harbour and Bay of Plenty, earning one cap for the Blues at Super Rugby level.
16 May 2018
The Blues and New Zealand Rugby (NZR) have today announced that Tana Umaga will have his role as Head Coach extended by a further 12 months to the end of the 2019 Investec Super Rugby season. The club and national body also announced that Tasman Mako Head Coach and former Crusaders Assistant Coach, Leon MacDonald […]
15 Feb 2016
Off the back of an impressive ITM Cup campaign with Manawatu, Hamish joined the Blues for his debut in Super Rugby in 2015. The talented second five who was solid on defence had a hard working attitude on and off the field.
14 May 2018
Blues players and staff volunteers from BNZ enjoyed a busy afternoon as they ensured some 600 pairs of used rugby boots were made fit for new owners. It is part of the Blues Best Foot Forward program which, in association with major partner BNZ, re-purposes used boots donated by the public. The boots were cleaned […]
21 Jan 2016
Terms and Conditions The promoter is Blues Limited Partnership (‘’The Blues’’) The promotion period is 8.30am Monday 18th January until 5pm Thursday 25th February 2016. To enter the Trip to Wellington Promotion (‘Promotion’), entrants must purchase a Blues 3-game membership package (‘Membership Package’) before 5pm on 25th February 2016 and type in the code “BARTHO” […]
With over 50 caps for the All Blacks, Jimmy joined the Blues in 2015 after a two-year contract with English rugby club Gloucester. Jimmy’s competiveness, skill set and great game awareness combined with his experience added a lot to the Blues in 2015. He earned 120 Super Rugby caps, 106 of which came from playing […]