Condition: 8/10 Excellent. A couple of small faint marks under the manufacturer logo on the chest. Tiny wear to the sponsor
Size: Adult's Extra Large (slim fitting)
Chest Measurement: 42-44 Inches / 107-112 CM
Colour: Light blue, navy trim
Official Canterbury Cardiff Blues home pro-fit rugby shirt from the 2008/09 season.
This is Canterbury's 'pro-fit' version of the jersey, designed for rugby players. It features a different material mix for increased durability and flexibility.
Condition of this original rugby jersey is 8/10 - Excellent. A couple of small faint marks under the manufacturer logo on the chest. Tiny wear to the sponsor (see photos).
The Cardiff Blues began their 2008/2009 Heineken Cup campaign with a 20–56 bonus point victory away to Calvisano. This was followed by a bonus point 37–24 win against Gloucester at the Millennium Stadium. A crowd of 27,114 set a new record for a Heineken Cup pool stage game for the Welsh region. The Cardiff Blues then claimed back-to-back victories over Biarritz in December, winning 21–17 at home followed by a 6–10 victory away.
Following the Christmas break, the Cardiff Blues recorded an away 12–16 victory over Gloucester despite being reduced to 14 men after Tom James was sent-off for a head butt on Gloucester hooker Olivier Azam. The final round of pool games saw the Cardiff Blues face Calvisano at home. A bonus point 62–20 win ensured that the Cardiff Blues remained the only unbeaten team in the pool stages of the 2008–09 Heineken Cup with the Cardiff Blues claiming the top seed and a home quarter-final.
The quarter-final against eighth seed and three-times Heineken Cup winners Toulouse was played in the Millennium Stadium with another record attendance of 36,778. The Cardiff Blues claimed a 9–6 victory in a defence dominated game. The semi-final against Leicester Tigers was also hosted at the Millennium Stadium.
Despite being 12–26 down with six minutes remaining, the Cardiff Blues mounted a comeback tie the scores at 26–26 after 80 minutes and force extra time. With no further score in the 20 minutes of extra time, the game was forced into an historic penalty kick decider. The Cardiff Blues were defeated 7–6 following missed kicks by Tom James and Martyn Williams.
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