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Berrick Barnes is an Australian rugby union footballer. He plays for the Queensland Reds in the Super 14 competition and has been capped four times for Australia. His usual position is fly-half or inside centre.
Barnes was included in Australia's squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup and made his debut as a replacement in Australia's opening pool game, against Japan, coming on as a replacement for fly-half Stephen Larkham. He scored his first international try within three minutes of taking the field and followed it with a second in the closing minutes of the game. He started as fly-half in Australia's next two pool games, against Wales and Fiji, scoring a drop goal in each game, before being rested for the final pool game. He returned as the starting fly-half in the quarter-final against England, which Australia lost.