Barbarians 60-5 South Africa

Ciara Griffin and Lindsay Peat signed off on their international careers with tries as the Barbarian's women’s team thrashed South Africa 60-5 at Twickenham.

The kick-off was pushed forward to 2.30pm when it was confirmed that the men's game against Samoa had been called off due to positive coronavirus cases in the camp.

And it was the assembled side that dealt with the late disruption as they led 38-0 at the break while running in six tries.

The team also featured Ireland internationals Sene Naoupa, Jenny Murphy and Anna Caplice.

Ciara Griffin, left, and Natasha Hunt of the Barbarians lift the Killik Cup

USA sevens star Sarah Levy claimed a hat-trick, with the retiring England star Katy Daley-McLean - named player of the match in her final appearance - Baa-Baas captain Natasha Hunt (2), Lenaig Corson and Rhona Lloyd all crossing in the opening 40 minutes.

Peat rumbled over for the first try of the second half, while former Ireland captain Griffin got the last try of the match to finish her international career on a high, with Simi Pam also getting in the scoring act.

The attendance of 29,581 set a new record for a crowd at a women’s rugby match.