Four new caps for NZ Maori
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Five other newcomers have been named on the bench.
Coach Jamie Joseph said the match would be a great first game for his side which will play internationals against Ireland and England later in the month.
"The Barbarians have named a strong squad with a big forward pack and we know this will be a physical game that will provide us with a good challenge," Joseph said.
"We have begun our preparations well and everyone is looking forward to getting this tour off to a good start."
The team is: (with province and iwi in brackets) 1.Bronson Murray (Northland-Ngapuhi), 2.Corey Flynn (Canterbury-Kai Tahu), 3.Clint Newland (Hawke's Bay-Ngati Kahungunu), 4.Isaac Ross (Canterbury-Ngati Kahungunu), 5.Daniel Ramsay (Wellington-Kai Tahu), 6.Jarrad Hoeata (Taranaki-Ngati Kahungunu/Ngai Tuhoe), 7.Tanerau Latimer (Bay of Plenty-Tapuika/Ngati Makino/TeArawa), 8.Liam Messam – captain (Waikato-Ngai Tuhoe), 9.Chris Smylie (North Harbour-Ngati Mutunga), 10.Stephen Brett (Canterbury-Ngapuhi/TeArawa), 11.Hosea Gear (Wellington – Ngati Porou/Ngariki Kaiputahi), 12.Luke McAlister (North Harbour – Te Atiawa), 13.Jackson Willison (Waikato-Ngati Mahuta), 14.Sean Maitland (Canterbury-Ngapuhi), 15.Robbie Robinson (Southland-Ngati Tuwharetoa).
Reserves: 16.Dane Coles (Wellington-Ngati Porou), 17.Ben Afeaki (North Harbour-Ngati Awa), 18.Romana Graham (Waikato-Ngati Awa), 19.Hayden Triggs (Otago-Ngati Kahungunu), 20.Colin Bourke (Bay of Plenty-Ngati Wairere), 21.Aaron Smith (Manawatu-Ngati Kahungunu), 22.Dwayne Sweeney (Waikato-Ngati Mahanga).
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