The latest addition to Cardiff Blues is Seb Davies, who comes in from Wales to play for this team. This would be a senior form of contract that he has signed for the first time. He is known for the performance he showed when he debuted for Wales in June 2017 and the game with Tonga resulted in a win for Wales with a score of 24-6.
Seb Davies as a Wales International commits himself to this new contract as a senior. At 21 years of age, he has two major tests that he played for Wales this year, one against Tonga and the other for Samoa in the month of June 2017. However, his appearance at Blues should not be surprising as he made a debut in this team when he played for them, making as many as 23 appearances about three years back. He admits that he is happy to sign this contract with the home team and he is confident of his role here as he is familiar with the system that the players follow here. Continue reading Cardiff Blues add Seb Davies
Glasgow Warriors came from considerable disadvantage to claim their third straight Pro14 win of the season as Cardiff Blues fell to their third consecutive defeat.
Blues fly-half Steven Shingler had a late penalty in front of the posts to grab a win, but having made all his kicks up to then send the last one wide. Continue reading Cardiff Blues Vs Glasgow Warriors
There is a time and a place to publicly criticize professional rugby players – and choosing that wisely is a coach’s biggest challenge.
That’s the view of Cardiff Blues boss Danny Wilson, who blasted Steve Tandy for carpeting of his Ospreys charges following their lacklustre display in their loss to Munster. Continue reading Wilson: Time and Place to Publicly Criticize Players
Tim Swinson will become the latest player to join the Glasgow centurion club, making his 100th appearance for the club away to Cardiff Blues on Saturday.
The 30-year-old from Newcastle Falcons and will become only the second player in Glasgow history to play 100 times for both the Warriors and another club. Continue reading Swinson Joins Centurions against Cardiff
Cardiff Blues have signed Olly Robinson from Bristol on a short-term contract to cover back-row in replacement for the injured players.
Robinson, 26, is the son of Andy Robinson, former open-side for England, British and Irish Lions, who also coached England, Scotland and Bristol. Continue reading Robinson Signs