Former Ireland and Ulster captain Rory Best entered the pitch hand in hand with his children Penny, Ben and Richie as he played his final game in professional rugby on Saturday.
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The 37-year-old captained the Barbarians as they took on Wales on an emotional afternoon in Cardiff for Best.
Best played 52 minutes before being withdrawn to rapturous applause as he finally brought down the curtain on a legendary career.
Best, of course, retired from top class rugby after Ireland's World Cup exit but has enjoyed a few more hit-outs with the touring side.
He led the Barbarians in the narrow 31-33 defeat to Fiji at Twickenham and was a substitute in the 47-22 win in Brazil. While in Sao Paolo, Best stole the show by slotting over a left-footed conversion.
Lining up alongside him in Wales is former Ulster's prop Wiehahn Herbst.
The duo couldn't, however, help the Barbarians to a result.
Josh Adams opened the scores when he touched down for Wales to take an early 7-0 lead but Josh Strauss helped level the scores with his side's first try on 25 minutes.
However, that was to be as good as it got for Best and his touring side as Johnny McNicholl and Ken Owens both scored to open up a 19-7 half-time lead for the hosts.
Owens and another score had Wales 33-7 ahead by the time Best was withdrawn, although Curwin Bosch pulled back a try for the Baa-Baas.