Rob Kearney and retiring Ireland captain Ciara Griffin are among those included in the Barbarian squads for this weekend's double-header at Twickenham.
The Baa-Baa's men's team take on Samoa at Twickenham on Saturday, before the Baa-baas women's team face South Africa straight after.
Griffin will lace her boots up one more time before retirement, having been selected in the women's squad.
The Munster backrow signed off her Ireland career with a match-winning display against Japan, and is one of five Irish players in the squad this week.
Joining her is Lindsay Peat, who is also expected to retire after the game, as well as Anna Caplice, Sene Naoupu and former Ireland centre Jenny Murphy.
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Meanwhile, Rob Kearney and Leinster second row Jack Dunne have both been named in the men's squad.
It will be Kearney's first taste of rugby since the end of his season of Super Rugby with the Western Force, while Dunne is the only uncapped player in Dave Rennie's squad.
Soon-to-be Ulster number eight Duane Vermeulen will also line out for the Barbarians, before completing his move to Belfast.