Blair Urlich began his first-class career in 1998 with North Harbour and came into the Blues side for two years in 2000. He made the New Zealand Maori side and earned a one-year contract with Japanese club Mitsubishi Dynaboars.
04 Apr 2018
PROP | 1.96m | 122kg | 22yo Big, athletic prop who made an instant impression when moving back to Auckland from the Crusaders in 2017 season. The former Fiji and NZ U20 player finished 2017 with five caps including coming on as replacement against the British & Irish Lions. He had an outstanding Mitre 10 […]
The All Black legend played 50 caps as second five-eighth for the national side between 1990 and 1998, known for his pairing with Frank Bunce. He made 145 appearances for North Harbour and earned most of his Super Rugby caps with the Chiefs, before completing his New Zealand career with the Blues in 2000.
The Fijian-born utility back came to New Zealand in 1997 to join the Auckland Development XV. He returned to Fiji a year later to play for Nadi in the regional competition, the Farebrother Sullivan Trophy, against Suva. He was then recruited to play for the Brumbies in 1999, followed by the Blues in 2000 and […]
29 Mar 2018
The Blues face their third South African team in as many weeks, this time back on their hallowed home turf at Eden Park against the Sharks on Easter Saturday. There have been some changes with players lost to injury and others coming back to the squad from Injury. In the backs, the loss of Sonny […]
Davin Heaps alternated between the Hurricanes and the Blues during his Super Rugby career. The Southland player came in to the Blues for one season in 2000, before returning to his first Super Rugby team the Hurricanes.
21 Mar 2018
The Blues club mourns the loss of Dylan Mika, who passed away suddenly in Auckland on Tuesday. Mika, 45, was a dual international for the All Blacks and Samoa and played 23 times for the Blues. This follows the recent passing of former Blues assistant coach Mac McCallion who helped coach Mika during the Blues’ […]
Orene Ai’I made his Super Rugby debut in 1999 with the Hurricanes, before transferring up to the Blues in 2000. He would play intermittently with the Auckland-based side over the next 12 years, moving to Japan to play for the Toyota Verblitz and France to play for Toulon for brief periods. Ai’i also played Sevens […]
21 Mar 2018
Family entertainment doesn’t get any better than live sport. Investec Super Rugby delivers international stars, super-fast action, big hits, music and live unscripted suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat right until the end. Don’t miss a thing when the Blues take on their rivals at Eden Park in 2018. Adult […]