By Craig Muncey
June 5 2016
For all rugby fans please read the latest in the series of interviews for this site. This interview was with Manoa Vosawai. Manoa leaves Cardiff Blues at the end of this month, and throughout the interview, his genuine fondness for the club, the fans and the city itself shines through. A very genuine man, who gave his time for this interview without any fuss and nothing was too much tr... More >
The following article is my end of year grades for Cardiff Blues players who appeared in the Pro 12 league last season (no I am not a school teacher by trade). It has been a season... More >
Have managed to persuade Manoa Vosawai to an interview, which I am sure Cardiff Blues fans will be delighted about.
Manoa has had a positive impact on the club and the fans ... More >
Season will soon be over, and I have had a thought on how we can fill the gaps in our lives until the new season starts.
But for my plan to work I will need your supp... More >
Allow me to take you on a trip down memory lane, make yourself a coffee and relive some memories of an era when Cardiff RFC had one of the most formidable front rows in the la... More >
At the end of this rugby season, I will no longer be looking after this website or Twitter and Facebook sites, so an exciting opportunity for someone to take over the role.... More >
Following on from the news this morning of the two most recent signings, Kirby Myhill and George Earle. This piece looks at the players in question, and a look at with the pl... More >
My thoughts on Scott Andrews and his continued absence from Cardiff Blues this season and sparse appearances for Cardiff RFC.
Welcome your thoughts.... More >
Pleased to able to publish the recent interview held with ex Cardiff and Canadian international, John Tait.
Thanks to John for taking the time to conduct the interview in his busy... More >
We have had both coaching groups exchanging views on each oppositions team's set pieces, trying to play mind games with each other, plus and most importantly the referee for tomorr... More >