Wales fly-half Snowsill hopes to get the chance to dazzle with her skills against the Barbarians after becoming a viral sensation playing for the famous club.

The playmaker caught the eye with an outrageous back-kick when playing for the Baa-Baas against the USA in April.

She was then named vice-captain of rugby's most famous side for the historic meeting with England at Twickenham at the start of June.

"It's been a complete whirlwind in the last few months. It was incredible when I found out I was going to be playing in America," Snowsill said.

"I really didn't expect it and I got to experience what being a true Barbarian means. It emphasised again to me what rugby is about – having fun and making friendships.

"I'd never played at Twickenham before and it was great to play against a team as strong as England. We were in camp for a week and it was pretty full on, but it was one of the best weeks of my life.

"Before the USA game I was training with the Kiwi scrum-half Emma Jensen and we were just messing around. I showed her a few tricks I know. She told me I had to try the back kick.

"My initial reaction was to say 'no way' because half the time when I try it the ball hits me in the back of the head!

"We showed the coach and I messed it up a few times, but I nailed it then and it eventually worked. That gave me the confidence to go for it in the game.”

Snowsill won her 50th Wales cap against Italy in February 2019 and remains one of Wales' most important players with her flair and kicking game stand-out characteristics.

She started for the Barbarians in their 40-14 defeat to a fully professional England at Twickenham.

Snowsill will hope to be part of the Wales side that face the Baa-Baas as part of a double-header at Principality Stadium on November 30.

Ex-Wales captain Rachel Taylor will succeed Wales great, and World Rugby hall of famer, Liza Burgess as Barbarians women's forwards coach.

The men are also locking horns in Cardiff with Warren Gatland coaching the visitors against new Wales boss Wayne Pivac.