Rory Best says he hopes to play in the Barbarians’ next two games after captaining the side on his debut at Twickenham on Saturday.
The 33-31 defeat by Fiji had been billed as the former Ulster and Ireland hooker’s final game before retirement.
“We’ll see how the body stands up and then we’ll make a decision,” Best told the BBC.
The 124-times capped Irishman says it was “incredibly special” to finally line out for the Barbarians
“It was incredibly special. It is a unique club and I’m delighted to be invited to be a part of it,” Best said
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“You have to invited to play for them, you just don’t get picked and any rugby fan knows what they are all about.
“It was brilliant. There were guys I’ve played against for years and some I didn’t know so well. I really enjoyed it.”