10 Jul 2019

UNDER 18s ASSEMBLE

50 players from 16 different schools throughout the Blues region have assembled in Auckland. Talent Identification and Development Manager for The Blues, Shane King has been impressed with what he’s seen so far “ (It’s) a quality group of young men from across the region, they have come together well, enjoyed each other’s company and […]

Jerome Kaino

Jerome was a gladiator for the Blues team, a leader by deeds rather than words. He was an All Black regular and key contributor to their back-to-back World Cup victories, earning himself 81 caps. Jerome is a centurion for the Blues with 139 caps. Only Keven Mealamu and has played more games for the club. […]

03 Jul 2019

Blues named in Maori All Blacks

Five players who were part of the Blues environment this season have been named in the New Zealand Maoris for home and away clashes against Fiji this month. They include Marcel Renata, No 8 Akira Ioane, halfback Jonathan Ruru, first-five Otere Black as well as Northland and Blues Injury Replacement Player Ross Wright (prop). The […]

George Moala

With his considerable athleticism and power, George had attracted plenty of attention as one of the hardest midfield backs to tackle. George is a graduate from Tamaki College, playing for Auckland Under-20 in 2010 before selection to Auckland in 2011, where he has played 45 times. He earned promotion to the Blues in 2012, earning […]

03 Jul 2019

Six Blues named in Black

Six Blues players have been named in the initial All Blacks squad named for the opening Tests in the 2019 Investec Rugby Championship.

23 Feb 2016

2021 Draw and Results

   

Epalahame Faiva

Young Auckland hooker who learned the game at Wesley College, gaining selection to the NZ U20 side (2013 and 2014). He played for the Eden Ruby Club as a youth before trying his hand at rugby league. During his time at Wesley College he was selected for several age rep teams at Counties Manukau before […]

27 Jun 2019

Former St Kents pivot to join in 2020

Tasman and Hurricanes halfback Finlay Christie will move back home to play for the Blues starting from the 2020 Investec Super Rugby season. The 23-year-old, who is the back-up to TJ Perenara at the Hurricanes this year, has signed with the Blues for two years, joining Jonathan Ruru and Sam Nock who have both extended […]