"Serious Talent" - Barbarians and World XV Announce 'Unreal' Starting Line-Ups For Twickenham Clash - Ruck

“Serious Talent” – Barbarians and World XV Announce ‘Unreal’ Starting Line-Ups For Twickenham Clash

The Barbarians and World XV have confirmed their starting line-ups, for their hotly anticipated Killik Cup showdown at Twickenham Stadium. The two sides have put together certified all-star teams, with the starting line-ups featuring the likes of British & Irish Lions, All Blacks and Premiership stars.

Wallabies Head Coach Eddie Jones, will be making his long-awaited return to Twickenham. The former England Head Coach has named a star-studded Barbarians side, who will be led out by the all-time highest capped International player, Wales legend Alun Wyn Jones.


15. Gareth Anscombe (Ospreys and Wales)

14. Adam Radwan (Newcastle Falcons and England)

13. Seta Tamanivalu (Toshiba Brave Lupus and Fiji)

12. Samu Kerevi (Tokyo Sungoliath and Australia)

11. Tevita Li (Tokyo Sungoliath)

10. Quade Cooper (Hanazono Kintetsu Liners and Australia)

9. Jack Maunder (Exeter Chiefs and England)

  1. Alex Waller (Northampton Saints)

2. Nic Dolly (Leicester Tigers and England)

3. Enrique Pieretto (Glasgow Warriors and Argentina)

4. Alun Wyn Jones (Ospreys, Wales, British & Irish Lions)

5. Stephan Lewies (Harlequins and South Africa)

6. Aaron Wainwright (Dragons Rugby and Wales)

7. Hiroki Yamamoto (Toshiba Brave Lupus and Japan) mamoto (Toshiba Brave Lupus and Japan)

8. Steven Luatua (Bristol Bears and New Zealand)

WORLD XV – Starting XV

Bristol Bears player Semi Radradra during the Gallagher Premiership rugby game between Leicester Tigers and Bristol Bears at Welford Road on June 5th – PHOTO: Steve Bond/PPAUK

15. Charles Piutau (Bristol Bears and Tonga)

14. Israel Folau (Urayasu D-Rocks and Tonga)

13. Semi Radradra (Bristol Bears and Fiji)

12. Ngani Laumape (Kobelco Kobe Steelers and New Zealand)

11. Sbu Nkosi (Vodacom Bulls and South Africa)

10. Adam Hastings (Gloucester Rugby and Scotland)

9. Nick Phipps (Green Rockets Tokatsu and Australia)

Michele Lamaro, Captain of Italy is interviewed during the 2023 Guinness Six Nations Media Launch at County Hall, Lambeth, London on Monday 23rd January 2023 | Photo: James Fearn/PPAUK.
  1. Wyn Jones (Scarlets, Wales, British & Irish Lions)

2. Fraser Brown (Glasgow Warriors and Scotland)

3. Oli Kebble (Glasgow Warriors and Scotland)

4. Api Ratuniyarawa (London Irish and Fiji)

5. Harry Hockings (Tokyo Sungoliath)

6. Sebastian Negri (Benetton Rugby and Italy)

7. Michele Lamaro (Benetton Rugby and Italy)

8. Viliame Mata (Edinburgh Rugby and Fiji)

General admission tickets for this spectacular showcase of rugby are still available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk/barbarians, with ticket prices starting from just £27.50* for adults and £16.95* for Under-16s.

For a 10% discount on groups of 10 or more visit www.eticketing.co.uk/rfu/events, while hospitality packages are available to purchase from £299 per person by CLICKING HERE.