Scotland’s Lauren Harris will come out of retirement to play her final rugby match with the Barbarians when they face Wales at the Principality Stadium on Saturday 30 November.

Utility back Harris, who played her last game for Scotland against Spain in January this year, represented her country in the Six Nations from 2011 to 2018, as well as representing earning numerous caps for Scotland 7s. She has been encouraged out of retirement to join the star-studded Barbarians line-up.

She will join Scotland wing Annabel Sergeant, who picked up her 26th cap for Scotland on their recent tour to South Africa and has played across four Six Nations campaigns. Like Harris, Sergeant has played for both 7s and 15s over an eight-year career so far.

Harris and Sergeant are the latest names to join an all-star squad including three Black Ferns, two Cherry Blossoms, and one of Ireland’s most capped players.

Sergeant said on the call-up: “I’m so honoured and excited to be playing for the Barbarians. I can’t wait to play alongside some talented players from around the world as well as some of my close friends from New Zealand that I haven’t seen since I left!”

The historic match against Wales is a first for the Barbarians women’s side, and is only the second-ever double header after the men’s and women’s teams faced England in June.

Falling just weeks after the Rugby World Cup Final in Japan, the matches at the Principality Stadium give fans an unmissable opportunity to see both Wales and Barbarians men’s and women’s team in action. Fans can secure tickets for what will be a sensational day of rugby from

With tickets starting from just £30, it promises to be a great value day out for all, watching two world-class matches guaranteed full of tries and non-stop action.

(Photo credit: Scottish Rugby / SNS)