New Zealand Barbarians
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The New Zealand Barbarians, nicknamed the "Baa-Baas", are an invitational rugby union team. They have been a part of New Zealand rugby since the team was founded in 1937 by two ex-All Blacks, Ronald Bush and Hubert McLean, who captained their first game (against Auckland) in 1938.
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Playing kit and symbolEdit
The New Zealand Barbarians wear scarlet red jerseys with white shorts. The symbol of the team is a white leaping lamb.
- Head Coach – Clayton McMillan
Note: Flags indicate national union under World Rugby eligibility rules.