John Nguamo finished his first-class second five-eighths career in 1996 with the Blues, after four years with Auckland between 1992 and 1996.
30 Apr 2017
Mission accomplished. The Blues secured a decisive if hard-fought victory over the Brumbies in Canberra, picking up a five-point win with the bonus point. On the face of it, an 18-12 win looks slim but the victory was more emphatic that the scoreline would suggest, scoring three unconverted tries to none and winning most of […]
The former All Black spent the first two years of Super Rugby with the Blues (1996-1997) and the last two years of his New Zealand career with the Chiefs (2004-2005). The fullback and wing was the predominant goal kicker for both the Blues and Auckland, earning 614 and 826 points respectively. He spent four years in the […]
23 May 2017
Blues foundation partner Barfoot & Thompson is donating $20,000 to charity at our match against the Chiefs on Friday night – and they want your help to choose which one. That’s right. Four charities will be at Eden Park on Friday night, including the Starship Foundation (Barfoot & Thompson’s principal charity), Coastguard (the official charity […]
While Jarrod Cunningham made his Super Rugby debut with the Blues in 1996, earning 3 caps in the process, he made his biggest impact with the Hurricanes from 1997 to 1998. The fullback was a regular try scorer and eventually made his way to the London Irish then the Wasps. While in England, Cunningham was […]
03 May 2017
The winger started out his Super Rugby career with the Blues before switching allegiance to the Crusaders in 1997. He was instrumental in the Crusaders’ 1998 victory over the Blues at Eden Park in the Super 12 final, stealing the ball and scoring the game-winning try.
30 Apr 2017
Dylan Mika is one of the few NZ Rugby players to represent two nations at international level: Samoa in 1994 and New Zealand in 1999. He played flanker for the Blues between 1996 and 1998 as well as 2000, interspersed with one season at the Chiefs in 1999. It was while with the Chiefs that […]