The Barbarians team that faced the All Blacks in Cardiff in 1978
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The Barbarians Team Group before the game at Cardiff Arms Park.
Standing (left to right): Will Dickinson (Richmond), Clive Norling (touch judge), Jeff Squire, Bill Beaumont (Fylde), Allan Martin (Aberavon), Jean-Claude Skrela (Toulouse), Jean-Pierre Rives (Toulouse), Phil Orr (Old Wesley), Peter Wheeler (Leicester), Barry Nelmes (Cardiff), Norman Sanson (referee).
Sitting: Elgan Rees (Neath), Neil Hutchings (Aberavon), Mike Slemen (Liverpool), Derek Quinnell (Llanelli), Herbert Waddell (Barbarians President), Phil Bennett (Llanelli), Andy Irvine (Heriot's FP), Brynmor Williams (Newport), Jim Renwick (Hawick).
Ground: Gareth Davies, Terry Holmes, Paul Dodge, Colin Deans, Alan Hosie (touch judge).
The Ireland team that faced the All Blacks at Lansdowne Road in 1973
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The Ireland team group before the game at Lansdowne Road on 20/1/73.
Back row: Tough-judge, Fergus Slattery, Tom Grace, Terry Moore, Kevin Mays, Willie John McBride, John Moloney, M. Jones (referee), touch-judge.
Sitting: Jeremy Davidson, Ken Kennedy, Mike Gibson, Tom Kiernan (captain), Mike Flynn, Sean Lynch, Ray McLoughlin
On Ground: Barry McGann, Wallace McMaster
Sid Going on the ball for the All Blacks against the Barbarians in 1973
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Sid Going on the ball for New Zealand, with referee Georges Domercq behind at Cardiff Arms Park. Also pictured is Mike Gibson (12) of the Barbarians.
The Barbarians defeated the All Blacks for the first time, and the match is rated as one of the greatest ever played.