I must admit to remaining ambivalent about the Barbarians' place in today's rugby calendar.
Don't get me wrong, I love the concept of top players from different countries coming together to socialise, share experiences and play off-the-cuff rugby - it's very much in the true corinthian spirit of the game, harking back to the old amateur ethos with which I grew up.
However, watching a team of mostly South Africans, with a few others from the Southern Hemisphere thrown in to make up the numbers, take on what was almost an Argentinian development team, meant that there was very little to get really excited about in what was an error-ridden game, despite the dramatic conclusion.
The fact that the Twickenham crowd only numbered something in the region of 31,000 also suggests that this was a fixture that failed to capture the public's imagination.
I do hope that the BaaBaas concept can survive in an increasingly congested international professional rugby calendar, but fixtures like this really do it no favours at all.