PHOTO 1: Duncan Bluck, chairman of the Swire Group in Hong Kong, presents the trophy to Andy Ripley, captain of the Barbarians, in 1981.
PHOTO 2: Barbarians' Peter Wheeler tries to give an Australia player the slip in the 1981 final.
PHOTO 3: Flying Fijian Dominiko Manaseitava leaves Hong Kong's Charlie Yeomans grits his teeth and sets off in pursuit in 1981.
PHOTO 4: Fans lap up the action in 1981 - can you see yourself in the crowd? Let us know
PHOTO 5: The winning Barbarians team from 1981. Les Cusworth, Gary Pearce, Nigel Pomphrey, Nick Preston, Andy Ripley, Peter Wheeler, Brymnor Williams, Gareth Williams, and Clive Woodward were all in the squad.
PHOTO 6: A fag was essential while watching the action in the early days.
PHOTO 7: Aussie, Aussie, Aussie . . . without the Oi, Oi, Oi in 1982.
PHOTO 8: The Government Stadium was used for the first time in 1982 after hundreds of fans were turned away at Hong Kong Football Club the previous year.
PHOTO 9: This giant fork in '82 is the first pictorial evidence we could find in the archives of fans bringing in stupid objects, now a proud tradition
PHOTO 10: Australia celebrate with the trophy in 1982 after beating Scottish Border Club, including greats Keith Robertson, Jim Renwick and John Rutherford.
PHOTO 11: Fiji trudge off after losing 14-4 to Australia in the 1983 final.
PHOTO 12: Mother Nature vents her wrath again and the 1983 tournament is played on a quagmire.
PHOTO 13: Australia's Mark Ella is covered in mud after winning the 83 final.