An England XV beat the Barbarians 51-43 in a thrilling match at Twickenham on Sunday.
England fly half Marcus Smith scored 26 points including a try, six conversions and three penalties as he recorded a 100% success rate from the kicking tee.
England led a star studded Barbarians side 31-12 at half-time, scoring four tries in an impressive first 40 minutes.
England opened the scoring with a converted try and a penalty before Barbarians captain James Horwill and Springbok and Bath Francois Louw crashed over for the invitational side with Colin Slade succeeding with one of his two conversion attempts.
Great try celebration from Francois Louw. The @Barbarian_FC players have clearly had a good week! 10-12
— Simon Thomas (@simonrug) June 2, 2019
England then produced three great tries to open up a sizeable lead at the break.
The home side started the second half full of confidence and scored, but again the Barbarians fought back with a try-double from Mark Atkinson and one each from Rhodri Williams and David.
But, Smith kicked another penalty before Alex Dombrandt bundled over for his second and secure the win despite a late Taqele Naiyaravoro try for the BaaBaas.