Director of coaching David Young says the Blues' performance in the 12-17 home defeat against Edinburgh Rugby was 'unacceptable'.
'The first half was particularly bad', he added. 'We played the best part of 40 minutes without the ball and Edinburgh's off-loading in the tackle stretched us to the limit. Our skill levels left a lot to be desired and I told the boys at half-time that everything that was happening was totally unacceptable'.
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Judgement Day IV, Welsh rugby's Guinness Pro12 double-header to be played out in Cardiff on Saturday 30th April, has sold out the Principality Stadium middle and lower tiers and is three months ahead of record sales figures hit last year.
Singapore will host the next stage of the #StayStrongForOws fundraising and awareness campaign next month - that will also see former Cardiff Blues and Wales star Owen Williams return to the city where his life changed forever.
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