Barbarians Add Three More Superstars For England Game & Pat Lam As Head Coach
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Bristol head coach Pat Lam will once again take charge of the Barbarians when they take on England in Twickenham on June 2nd.
Lam led the famous touring side to a record-breaking 63-45 win at Twickenham in last year’s contest, when Chris Ashton scored a hat-trick for the invitation side.
And he’s bringing some superstars with him from Bristol. Former All Blacks Steven Luatua and John Afoa will both wear Barbarians colours this summer, as will Samoa captain Chris Vui.
Toulon’s New Zealand centre Malakai Fekitoa, Wales scrumhalf Rhys Webb and Fijian wingers Filipo Nakosi and Josua Tusiova were also named in the squad this month with plenty more to come.