In 2009 the Barbarian team had a phenomenal line up of world class players; Matt Giteau, Victor Matfield, George Smith, Jamie Roberts, Leigh Halfpenny and Joe Rokocoko with the Springbok flyer Bryan Habana scoring a hat-trick of tries on the day clinching an emphatic 25-18 win. And it was the first time the Baa-Baas had beaten the All Blacks since 1973 and “That Try” by Gareth Edwards.
This November, the New Zealand Rugby Union is celebrating its 125th Anniversary with a much anticipated Killik Cup re-match against the Barbarians and you too can be there.
The Baa-baas have signed an agreement with England’s Premiership Clubs and will be inviting top players from around the world for this prestigious fixture.
With the nail biting end to the drawn British & Irish Lions series, this will be your only chance to see the All Blacks at Twickenham this year and watch two of the most iconic teams in rugby go head to head in an afternoon of end to end running rugby.
Tickets are selling fast and now available from £55 for Adults and £35 for Juniors (Booking Fees apply).
So get in quick and be part of this historic “Must See Match” to kick start the Autumn Internationals.
Visit www.ticketmaster.co.uk – Don’t miss out – Buy Now! (*booking Fees apply)
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