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    There are two Kiwis in the Barbarians rugby squad for their upcoming matches against Fiji, Brazil and Wales

    There are two Kiwis in the Barbarians rugby squad for their upcoming matches against Fiji, Brazil and Wales


    Crusaders and Tasman duo David Havili and Andrew Makalio have been selected.

    Springboks World Cup winners Tendai Mtawarira , Lukhanyo Am, and Makazole Mapimpi have also been named.

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