We’re giving away ten tickets to next month’s mouth-watering clash between the Barbarians and the touring Wallabies at Twickenham.
We’re giving away ten tickets to next month’s clash between the Barbarians and the touring Wallabies at Twickenham.
Nick Cummins joins the list of great Wallabies to wear the Barbarians shirt when he takes on his former team-mates at the home of English rugby on November 1.
The wing – released from his Wallabies contract to play in Japan – has a cult following for his attacking play, off-field interviews and personal style.
He will follow in the footsteps of the likes of David Campese, Michael Lynagh, George Gregan and John Eales, who have all worn the famous black and white hooped jersey.
“Nick Cummins typifies the Barbarians rugby spirit,” said Head Coach John Kirwan.
“He’s a huge loss having hung up his Australian jersey to play in Japan but this is a great opportunity for him to prove himself against his old teammates.
“The entire week will be an emotional roller coaster for him. But here’s a guy who’s going to go out and prove he’s still got it.”
The battle for the Killik Cup is the 13th time the two sides have met, and we have five pairs of tickets to the big game to give away.
To win a pair of tickets to the Barbarians v Australia game, name the South African-born former England prop who has also been called up by the Baa-Baas.
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org (Don’t forget to include a contact number. We promise not to give your details to anyone else.)
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