19 Sep 2019

Narawa signs for 2020

Exciting young Bay of Plenty winger Emoni Narawa has signed for the Blues for the 2020 Investec Super Rugby season. The 20-year-old has been signed for two years after impressing the Blues coaches when he came in as a replacement player this season, and was a stand out player for the Blues A team against […]

Dan Pryor

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.

10 Sep 2019

Early challenges in 2020

The Blues face a demanding start to their 2020 Investec Super Rugby Championship, with the official schedule released today. They face neighbours the Chiefs in the opener at Eden Park on Friday 31 January before they take up the challenge of four away games in five weeks including a two-game venture to South Africa. The […]

Liaki Moli

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 […]

23 Aug 2019

Harbour duo commit to Blues

Early next season Gerard Cowley-Tuioti and Matt Duffie are in line to earn their 50th cap for the Blues, after both deciding to extend their stay at the club next season Since joining the club in 2016 Gerard and Matt have become key contributors for the club. Cowley-Tuioti played in all-but two games in 2018 and in 2019, and […]

Francis Saili

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 […]

22 Aug 2019

Tokyo Olympics beckons for Blues winger

The All Blacks Sevens’ quest for Olympic gold in Tokyo next year has been given a major boost, with exciting young Blues winger Caleb Clarke set to join the 2020 Tokyo Olympic campaign. Clarke (Blues, Auckland) will be joined by , Etene Nanai-Seturo (Chiefs, Counties Manukau), Salesi Rayasi (Hurricanes, Auckland) and Scott Gregory (Highlanders, Northland) […]

Hadleigh Parkes

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).

12 Jul 2019

Barrett joins for 4 Years

Two-time World Rugby Player of the Year, All Blacks first five-eighth Beauden Barrett, has announced a new deal with New Zealand Rugby (NZR), which will see him stay in New Zealand through to the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Barrett also today confirmed that not only will he stay with NZR for a further four years, […]

Angus Ta’avao

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 […]