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Ben Blair

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Ben Blair
Player details
NameBen Blair
Age35
ClubAgen
PositionFull Back
BornWestport, New Zealand
Height1.75m

Cardiff Blues Squad List

Back :

  • Lloyd Williams
  • Robert Lewis
  • Rhys Patchell
  • Dan Fish
  • Lewis Jones
  • Alex Cuthbert
  • Chris Czekaj
  • Cory Allen
  • Dafydd Hewitt
  • Ceri Sweeney
  • Owen Williams
  • Gavin Evans
  • Richard Mustoe
  • Tom James
  • Harry Robinson
  • Leigh Halfpenny
  • Jason Tovey

Forward :

  • Rhys Williams
  • Luke Hamilton
  • Sam Warburton
  • Macauley Cook
  • Robin Copeland
  • Andries Pretorius
  • Thomas Young
  • Michael Paterson
  • Tom Davies
  • Taufa'ao Filise
  • Benoit Bourrust
  • Gethin Jenkins
  • Scott Andrews
  • Sam Hobbs
  • Campese Ma'afu
  • Cory Hill
  • Josh Navidi
  • Ryan Harford
  • Nathan Trevett
  • Rory Watts-Jones
  • Andi Kyriacou
  • Lou Reed
  • Bradley Davies
  • James Down
  • Marc Breeze
  • Kristian Dacey

Ben Blair NEWS

26th October 2012

Former Blues star Ben Blair forced to retire

Former Cardiff Blues full-back Ben Blair is set to announce his retirement because of a knee injury.

8th February 2010

Blair signs on with Cardiff

Former New Zealand international Ben Blair has committed his future to Cardiff, extending his stay with the club until 2012.

3rd May 2009

Tigers claim shoot-out glory

Leicester Tigers reached the Heineken Cup final with a sudden-death penalty shoot-out victory over Cardiff Blues.

23rd January 2009

Cardiff earn top seeding

Cardiff Blues will be at home in the Heineken Cup quarter-finals after a 62-20 victory over Calvisano.

2nd January 2009

Blair blow for Blues

Ben Blair looks certain to miss Cardiff Blues' remaining Heineken Cup pool games after suffering a hand injury.

2nd December 2008

Blair: Blues good to go

Ben Blair insists Cardiff's troubles domestically will have no impact on the team's Heineken Cup campaign.