• 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)

  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)
  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)
  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)
  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)
  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)
  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)
  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)
  • 2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)

2006/07 Cardiff Blues Away Match Issue Rugby Shirt #16 (XL)


£79.95 GBP

Condition: 7/10 Good. Numerous small faint marks

Size: Adult's Extra large

Chest Measurement: 45-47 Inches / 114-119 CM

Manufacturer: Canterbury

Colour: White, blue trim

Material: 78% Polyester 22% Cotton

Seasons: 2006/2007 & 2007/2008

Player: #16

Patches: N/A

Official Canterbury Cardiff Blues away match issuer rugby shirt from the 2006/07 season.

This is Canterbury's rare 'match issue' version of the jersey, not available for retail at the time. It features additional sponsor patches sewn onto the jersey sleeves, a larger manufacturer logo on the chest, and a player number on the reverse in official numbering.

Condition of this vintage rugby jersey is 7/10 - Good. Numerous small faint marks (see photos).

More signings, including former New Zealand fullback Ben Blair, further enhanced the quality of the Cardiff Blues squad for the 2006–07 season. Several young players from the regional academy also became established players, including Chris Czekaj and Duane Goodfield.

The emergence of other highly tipped young players (notably Bradley Davies and Tom James) encouraged the belief that Cardiff Blues could soon start challenging for major honours. London Wasps, Saracens and London Irish were all defeated in the Anglo-Welsh Cup group stages; however the Ospreys defeated the Cardiff Blues 27–10 in the semi final at the Millennium Stadium on 24 March 2007.

In the Heineken Cup, Cardiff Blues recorded their first win in France, beating Bourgoin 13–5. For their next game, the Cardiff Blues again played at the Millennium Stadium. This time hosting Leicester Tigers, they attracted their highest ever Heineken Cup crowd, with 26,309 spectators attending the game, although they lost the game by 17 points to 21 after being down to 14 men for a long period of the game. Cardiff Blues were finally knocked out of the Heineken Cup after successive losses to the champions, Munster, despite respectable performances (particularly at Munster's Thomond Park).

Cardiff Blues fared better in the domestic league, finishing second after having beaten Leinster at home to go top of the league, only for the Ospreys to win at Borders the next day to claim the title.


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