For The Classic Pumas...
Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino was capped 52 times for Argentina from 2009 to 2015 and played in the 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cups as well as for the sevens team.
He played a lot of his club rugby in Europe with Leicester (13) Montpelier (34) Oyonnax (10) Cardiff Blues (12) and Munster (9). He joined the Jaguares squad for the 2016 Super Rugby season.
Gonzalo Tiesi was first capped in 2004 and went on play 38 times for his country up to 2014 including the 2007 (finished 3rd) and 2011 Rugby World Cups. He also played sevens for his country having also represented Argentina at U-19 and U-21 levels.
In Europe he played for London-Irish (16) Harlequins (24) Stade Francais (18) London Welsh (6) and Newcastle Falcons (19)
Bernardo Stortoni played 26 times for his country from 1998-2008 and played most of his club rugby for Glasgow Warriors (96) having previously played for RC Narbonne, Rotherham and Bristol.
For The Classic All Blacks...
Corey Flynn (Hooker) was capped 15 times for the All Blacks from 2003-2011 having also played for the New Zealand Maoris and the Junior All Blacks which he captained.
In Provincial Rugby he played for Southland (17 caps) and Canterbury (70) while in Super Rugby he played for Canterbury Crusaders (150) and then moved overseas to play for Toulouse (42) and finally Glasgow Warriors (16)
Tom Donnelly (Lock) was capped 15 times (14 wins & one loss) for the All Blacks from 2009-2010 having previously played for the Junior All Blacks in 2008 & 2009.
He made 83 appearances for Otago in Provincial Rugby and 65 appearance for the Highlanders as well 19 times for Crusaders and 14 times for the Blues in Super Rugby from 2002 to 2014.
In 2014 he signed for Montpellier (France) where he made 22 appearances.
Nicolas Laharrague represented France at U-19, U-20 and U-21 levels before being selected for France A in 2005 and the full French side in 2007 on their tour of New Zealand.
He played for USA Perpignan in the 2003 Heineken Cup Final and the Top 16 Final in 2004.