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
Fergus Slattery scores for the Barbarians against the All Blacks in 1973
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Referee Georges Domercq signals the second try for the Barbarians as Fergus Slattery touches down despite the efforts of Bryan Williams (#14) and Bob Burgess (#10), at Cardiff Arms Park. Gareth Edwards (#9) celebrates.
The Barbarians defeated the All Blacks for the first time, and the match is rated as one of the greatest ever played.