Barbarians Replica Ball
The Barbarian FC first came about in 1890, whereby William Percy Carpmael, a player from Blackheath and Cambridge University, created a team aiming to spread good fellowship across rugby. This concept has been adhered to since that very day. Members from all sources are invited to tour and compete against the top clubs as Barbarians based on their standard of play and behaviour in the sport.
Gilbert have produced the Barbarians Replica Ball for the ultimate Barbarians fans. Designed with the same look as their official match balls using the black and white Barbarians colours and their historic widely known logo, there is no questioning where your loyalties lie.
Available in size 5 or mini, the Barbarians Replica Ball is perfect for adults and juniors practising their expert skills at home.
A perfect gift to support a famous respected club, get your Barbarians Replica Ball this season.
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