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Munster "Pretty Worried" About Snyman Injury; France Win Nations League

Image: French team celebrate nations League win over Spain via @EquipedeFrance/Twitter

France beat Spain 2-1 last night

Rugby

Johann Van Graan says Munster are "pretty worried" about RG Snyman's injury.

The South African lock limped off in yesterday's United Rugby Championship win over Scarlets.

A scan is set to determine the extent of the problem.

Snyman has only recently returned from a serious knee injury.



Munster scored 6 tries in a bonus-point 43-13 win.

Soccer

Goals from Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappe helped France to the Nations League title last night.

The World Cup champions beat Spain 2-1 in Milan.

The Republic of Ireland U-17s beat North Macedonia 2-0 last night.

The result sees them through to the elite round of European Championship qualifying.

Rocco Vata and Mark O'Mahony scored the goals at Turner's Cross.

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Wales are away in Estonia this evening as they look to stay in contention for a World Cup qualifying play-off.

Rob Page's side are level on points with second placed Czech Republic in Group E, after securing a 2-2 draw in Prague on Friday night.

Golf

A final round of 68 saw John Murphy finish in a tie for 24th at the Spanish Open yesterday.

He ended the week on 11-under.

Rafa Cabrera Bello won the title after a birdie at the first play off hole against Adri Arnaus.

Both players finished on 19-under in Madrid.

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Sungjae Im produced a superb final round to clinch the Shriners Children's Open title on the PGA Tour.

The South Korean carded a final round of 9-under 62 to win by 4 shots on 24-under.

Seamus Power had a 4-under 67 to finish the week on 14-under.

Graeme McDowell posted a total of 1-over after a 75 on Sunday.

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Stephanie Meadow shot a week's best 69 on the final day at the Founders Cup on the LPGA Tour.

She finished one-over overall, in a tie for 60th.

Jin Young Ko won the title on 18-under-par.

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Phil Mickelson clinched a third Champions Tour title in four events last night.

He finished two shots clear of Miguel Angel Jimenez to win the Constellation Furyk and Friends event.

Darren Clarke finished on 6-under-par, with Padraig Harrington 2-over.

Cricket

Andrew Balbirnie is awaiting the results of an x-ray on a foot injury.

The Irish captain retired hurt in yesterday's T-20 international loss to the UAE.

Ireland begin their T-20 World Cup campaign against the Netherlands next Monday.

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The Irish women's side play their final One Day International against Zimbabwe today.

Proceedings in Harare get underway at 8.30am.

Snooker

A maximum break of 147 helped Mark Allen into the second round of the Northern Ireland Open last night.

He beat Si Juahui 4-1 in Belfast.

Fergal O'Brien plays James Cahill this afternoon.

Formula One

Red Bull's Max Verstappen is 6 points clear of Lewis Hamilton at the top of the Formula One standings.

That's after he finished second in the Turkish Grand Prix yesterday with Lewis Hamilton fifth.

His Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas won the race.

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