World Cup legend Brian Lima will head a stellar line-up of talent at next week's GFI HKFC Tens. The Samoan star will be joined in the two-day tournament at Hong Kong Football Club by sevens aces Amasio Valence and Neumi Nanuku and Wallaby great Toutai Kefu. Lima the only player to appear in five World Cup tournaments, will play for the Hill & Associates Hong Kong Barbarians. The 36-year-old centre (pictured) is known as 'The Chiropractor' for his bone-crunching tackles and rock-solid defence. Widely regarded as the greatest Samoan player of all time, he made his international debut in 1990 and featured in his country's famous World Cup win over Wales in 1991. He recently retired from international rugby after appearing in his fifth successive RWC in France last year. Lima featured in the Samoa team that won the 1993 Hong Kong Sevens. New Zealander Valence, third on the list of all-time points scorers in the IRB Sevens World Series, and Fiji sevens star Nanuku will both appear for the Penguins, who are second seeds at this year's Tens. Kefu, a member of Australia's RWC-winning team in 1999, will return with the Yorkshire Windows International Panthers. Fortis New Zealand Metro, the two-time defending champions and top seeds, have already announced that Tonga's World Cup captain, Nili Latu, will be in their line-up. 'The Tens has always attracted world-class players and this year is no exception,' said tournament organising committee chairman Paul Smith. 'It is great news for rugby fans that so many great players will be appearing and we're looking forward to what is shaping up to be the best Tens yet.' The Tens will take place next Wednesday and Thursday. Sixteen teams will be going for glory in the Cup, Plate, Bowl and Shield. Two-day tickets are HK$200.