11 Feb 2019
Global leaders in sports GPS performance tracking, STATSports partner with the Blues. The Blues squad will begin work with the revolutionary STATSports technology immediately. The high-resolution units measure physical metrics including distance, speed, acceleration, deceleration, high-speed running, load, and heart rate in training and game day. And, vitally, will allow the club’s fitness department to […]
The Auckland-born loose forward made his provincial start with Northland and his Super Rugby start with the Blues in 2012. He has since made his home down south with the Highlanders, beginning in 2015. Dan is also a Maori All Blacks representative.
04 Feb 2019
Do you love sitting on your favourite seat to watch Blues games? Now you can bring that seat to the game and enjoy the atmosphere of watching your team live at the home of rugby, Eden Park. The Blues and Eden Park have teamed up to bring you the BYO Seat Zone. Around 300 seats […]
Liaki Moli represented New Zealand at Under-17, Secondary School and Under-20 age groups and in 2010 was the NZRU’s Age Grade Player of the Year. A string of injuries delayed his Super Rugby debut until 2012 and 2013 was a frustrating season for him due to limited game time, but Moli made a strong impact […]
01 Feb 2019
There is, what all Blues fans hope, will be an unexpected bonus at the end of the Super Rugby season. The Blues Club membership for fans to watch all eight home round robin games in the 2019 season is already great value from $169 for adults and only $59 for kids. While the team is […]
A physical player who consistently broke the line and who earned an All Black selection in 2013, one year after making his Blues debut. Francis is the younger brother of former Blues player Peter and he brought a commanding presence to the Blues backline, destroying oppositions. At the end of the 2015 season, Francis signed […]
01 Feb 2019
Highly respected sports director Don Mackinnon is the new Independent Chair of the Board of the Blues Super Rugby club. Mr Mackinnon takes over from Tony Carter, who has been in the role since the Blues became a standalone organisation in 2013. Mr Carter, who announced his intention to stand down in the middle of […]
Hadleigh Parkes started his professional rugby career in Palmerston North in 2010 with the Manawatu provincial side. He then moved north to Auckland, earning his first Super Rugby contract with the Blues in 2012. This was followed by a stint with the Kings (2013) and Hurricanes (2014).
18 Jan 2019
The Block Party, presented by BNZ, is at Alexandra Park in Epsom. Kicking off at 11am.
As a young prop Angus has held his own alongside the powerful Blues and All Black front row. A player with excellent athleticism and a huge work rate, Angus played a major part in the Blues tight five in 2015. At the end of the 2015 season, Angus signed with the New South Wales Waratahs […]