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 […]

20 Mar 2020

Letter from Andrew Hore

To our Blues fans The players and management of the Blues want to thank you for your understanding and kind messages in these challenging and unprecedented times for us all. Likewise we feel very much for our community and implore you all to focus on your health and wellbeing. The team has had their bye […]

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 […]

17 Apr 2020

Who are the Best Blues of All-Time?

While life in New Zealand at present exists mainly inside our respective bubbles, it seems such a long time ago that rugby was firmly focussed on the Investec Super Rugby competition. We are celebrating 25 years of Super Rugby. a tournament which has changed the face of the professional game. The Blues have enjoyed a […]

18 Apr 2016

Blues Jackpot

We’re excited to introduce the Blues Jackpot! Each week we’re giving away amazing prizes. You can score everything from a Blues jersey to a jet boat ride on Auckland harbour. Sound good? Thought so. Check out the full list of prizes below. 2 x Gold Reserved Tickets to the remaining 3 home games Auckland Harbour […]

John Afoa

The powerful, explosive prop played for the Blues between 2004 and 2011, earning 101 caps in the process. Afoa was renowned for his versatility, working on his throwing to be able to cover hooker when needed.   Afoa played every minute of the Blues’ 2006 Rebel Sport Super 14 season, the only forward to do so. He left New Zealand to play for Ulster […]

01 Apr 2020

NZRU and Super Clubs working together

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has announced an emergency grant will be made available to New Zealand’s five Super Rugby clubs to ensure the clubs and competition are in the best position possible for when the Investec Super Rugby competition resumes. NZR Chief Executive Mark Robinson said: “An emergency NZR grant of $250,000 each is to […]

Piers Francis

The Kent-born first five-eighth has been educated in both northern and southern hemisphere rugby. Francis initially served a three-year apprenticeship with the Saracens Academy before moving to New Zealand in 2011 to take up a place in the Auckland squad. He remained in New Zealand another year, playing for Waikato and the Chiefs Wider Training […]