Munster hit with another RG Snyman injury blow following World Cup final
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Munster lock RG Snyman is set to undergo surgery after picking up a chest/shoulder injury in South Africa’s Rugby World Cup final win over New Zealand.
Snyman played a key role for the Springboks throughout the tournament but now looks set for another spell on the sidelines adding to an an injury-laden career with Munster since signing in 2019.
Meanwhile, Tadhg Beirne, Dave Kilcoyne, Jeremy Loughman, Conor Murray and Peter O’Mahony have rejoined their Munster teammates at the HPC following their Rugby World Cup involvement with Ireland.
In other injury news, Calvin Nash was withdrawn with a knee injury on Saturday night and will be assessed by the medical team. His availability for Friday will be determined as the week progresses.
Simon Zebo (foot) and Josh Wycherley (neck) both return to full training this week and are available for selection.
Continuing to rehab: Patrick Campbell (ankle), Roman Salanoa (knee), Mike Haley (hip), Cian Hurley (ankle/achilles), Niall Scannell (groin), Andrew Conway (knee).