Baabaas call on Tindall and Qera
February 28, 2012
Mike Tindall will line up for the Barbarians © Getty Images
The match - taking place at Gloucester's Kingsholm - will see the duo run out in front of a home crowd to take on an Ireland side preparing for their summer tour of New Zealand.
Tindall is currently out of the interanational reckoning while Qera turned out for Fiji in the recent World Cup. The pair will be joined in the Barbarians by former Gloucester and Bath fullback Iain Balshaw.
John Kirwan will coach the side and the likes of Shane Williams, Lewis Moody and Joe Rokocoko will all feature at some point in their three match tour.
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