Auckland Blues back Isa Nacewa will join former All Blacks Carlos Spencer and Justin Marshall in a World XV squad to tour South Africa in June.
The World XV will play a South African XV at Ellis Park on June 3 and a Corne Krige XV at Newlands on June 9 to honour the former Springbok and Stormers skipper.
Former Wallaby World Cup winner Bob Dwyer will coach the team. The World XV kicked off its three-match programme with a 64-14 win over a Saracens XV in England loose forward Richard Hill's testimonial match in London at the weekend.
Dwyer will be helped by Six Nations winning coach Mike Ruddock, of Wales, and former All Black prop Craig Dowd.
World XV squad:
Backs: Carlos Spencer (Northampton; New Zealand), Bruce Reihana (Northampton; New Zealand), Justin Marshall (Ospreys; New Zealand), Mark Robinson (Northampton; New Zealand), Matt Burke (Newcastle; Australia), David Humphreys (Ulster; Ireland), Thomas Castaignede (Saracens; France), Fraser Waters (Wasps; England), Joe Roff (Kuboto; Australia), Isa Nacewa (Auckland Blues), Cedric Debrosse (Narbonne; France).
Forwards: Christian Califano (Gloucester; France), Dave Hewett (Edinburgh; New Zealand), Andrea Lo Cicero (L'Aquila; Italy), Peter Bracken (Wasps), Mark Regan (Bristol; England), Raphael Ibanez (Wasps; France), Tom Palmer (Wasps; England), Cobus Visagie (Saracens; South Africa), Owen Finegan (Newcastle; Australia), Olivier Magne (London Irish; France), Sam Harding (Northampton; New Zealand), Xavier Rush (Cardiff; New Zealand), Toutai Kefu (Kuboto; Australia), Sebastian Chabal (Sale; France), Julien Pierre (Bourgoin).