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Barbarians XV To Play Scotland

Saturday 22nd May 2004

Taine Randell has been appointed tour captain, with Irish captain Brian O'Driscoll as vice-captain. Damien Traille of Montferrand and France will join the squad for the Wales and England matches.

Name

Club & Country

International Caps

Barbarian Caps

*********

15

Christian Cullen

Munster & New Zealand

58

2

*********

14

Shane Horgan

Leinster & Ireland

29

0

*********

13

Thomas Castaignede

Saracens & France

43

4

*********

12

Brian O'Driscoll

Leinster & Ireland

50

1

*********

11

Vilimoni Delasau

Canterbury & Fiji

18

0

*********

10

David Humphries

Ulster & Ireland

63

1

*********

9

Mark Robinson

Northampton & New Zealand

3

4

*********

1

Greg Feek

Auckland Blues & New Zealand

10

0

*********

2

Anton Oliver

Otago Highlanders & New Zealand

41

0

*********

3

Cobus Visagie

Saracens & South Africa

29

0

*********

4

Mark Andrews

Newcastle Falcons & South Africa

77

1

*********

5

Malcolm O'Kelly

Leinster & Ireland

64

1

*********

6

Aaron Persico

Leeds & Italy

41

0

*********

7

Taine Randell

Saracens & New Zealand

51

1

*********

8

Bobby Skinstad

Newport Gwent & South Africa

34

*********

0

Bob Dwyer Coach

Replacements

International Caps

Barbarian Caps

*********

16

Matt Sexton

Ulster

0

5


*********


17

Ollie Le Roux

Natal Sharks & South Africa

54

2

*********


18

Brad Mika

Auckland Blues & New Zealand

3

0

*********

19

Eric Miller

Leinster & Ireland

52

1

*********

20

Neil De Kock

Western Stomers & South Africa

10

0

*********

21

Matthew Burke

NSW Waratahs & Australia

76

1

*********

22

Bruce Reihana

Northampton & New Zealand

2

2

*********

Total

808

26

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