The Barbarians and South Africa have entertained onlookers in Wembley.
Since their inception, the Barbarians have long been associated with entertaining running rugby.
Drawing on players from across the globe, the Barbarians can’t really spend time focusing on detailed defensive systems. Instead they look to entertain and attack from every possible position and angle.
This BaaBaas team is no different, and with players such as Melani Nanai, Seta Tamanivalu, Taqele Naiyaravoro and Andy Ellis at
their disposal, why not?
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This has made the their game against South Africa far more entertaining and competitive than Australia’s dismissal of Wales.
While the Barbarians have taken their opportunities, South Africa’s defence has been poor, with Naiyaravoro in particular using his bulk to smash over the gain line.
Nevertheless, while the Barbarians have remained loyal to their tradition, with Ellis finishing off an incredible 80 meter move midway through the first half.
— Sky Sports Rugby ? (@SkySportsRugby) November 5, 2016
Alan Drumm, Pundit Arena
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