Harlequins are the only side spoil the Cardiff home record. In 1997 they won 28-21, The drawn game was also against Harlequins, 32 all in 1999.
Cardiff at Home
P 17 W 15 L1 D1
Away Victories have been against Leinster, Wasps, Muster, Treviso, Saracens and Harlequins (twice)
P 20 W 7 L12 D1
P37 W22 L13 D2
Highest score for:
48 v Munster 1996-7
Highest score against:
47 v Glasgow rugby 2001-2
Most points in match:
31 Iestyn Harris vGlasgow 2001-2
Most tries in match
3 Rob Howley v Munster 1996-7
3 Emyr Lewis v Munster 1996-7
3 Iestyn Harris v Glasgow 2001-2
3 Anthony Sullivan v Glasgow 2001-2
Leading try scorer
10 Rob Howley
Most Appearences (max 37)
36 Johnathon Humphries
30 Emyr Lewis
30 Rob Howley
29 Andrew Lewis
26 David Young
Heineken Cuo round 1:September 28 2001
Cardiff 25 Northampton 17
Tries - R Williams, Sullivan, Howley
Cons - N Robinson (2) Pens N Robinson (2)
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