Barbarians 31-33 Fiji

Rory Best played his final game of rugby at Twickenham on Saturday but it ended in defeat as the Barbarians were turned over by Fiji.

Best hung up his boots with Ireland after the chastening 46-14 loss to New Zealand at the Rugby World Cup. He did however have one final run-out in the colours of the Baa-Baas, who were helmed by England coach Eddie Jones.

Mathieu Bastareaud and Andre Esterhuizen provided early tries for the Baa-Baas, but Fiji claimed a first-half lead with Enele Malele and Teti Tela both adding converted tries to the scoreboard.

John Dyer protected that dominance when opening the second half with a try that was duly converted by Tela.

The Barbarians responded with an effort from Makazole Mapimpi, but Curwin Bosch's conversion fell short.

Fiji then hit back as Asaeli Tikoirotuma fed the ball to Temo Mayanavanua, who consequently claimed a try that was again converted by Tela.

Johnny Dyer of Fiji drives over the line to score his sides third try 

The Baa-Baas' attempts to draw level were then stunted as two quick-fire efforts were both disallowed.

Tendai Mtawarira saw his effort voided after replays showed that the ball had slipped from his hands as he crossed the line.

Esterhuizen's attempt at a second try was also scrubbed off as he was deemed to have been just short of the line upon closer inspection.

Instead, it was Fiji who tightened their grasp on the game when Dyer struck again and the conversation was deftly handled by Tela.

The Barbarians mounted a late comeback, with Mapimpi crossing in the 77th minute and Morne Steyn matching his effort with a try immediately afterwards.

Steyn kicked the conversion himself after three missed attempts from fly-half Bosch, but the points gained were not enough to close the gap and Fiji were triumphant - claiming the Killik Cup.