Super Rugby stars keen to make their mark against South Africa at Wembley as Barbarians get first crack at tourists
A constellation of Super Rugby stars are 'hungry to impress' for the Barbarians when they play South Africa at Wembley next month – according to coach Robbie Deans.
The famous touring side get the first crack at the wounded Springboks a week before they face England at Twickenham.
South Africa suffered a brutal 57-15 hammering at home to New Zealand in their last Test, so the Barbarians will be looking to pile yet more pain on them with their traditional all-court style of play.
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