Munster won three times on Friday night after defeating Castres Olympique in the Heineken Champions Cup.
It was Gavin Coombes who saved the game for the Reds after he tried too late to pursue a penalty kick.
Coombes’ test was the only time Munster went through the line, with Jack Crowley retaining his side throughout the game.
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The first match of the game came 10 minutes after Crowley threw a 40-meter fine, which put his team ahead by three.
Castres responded with a 28-minute test, which was produced by Thomas Larregain and modified by Ben Botica.
The home side finished 7-3.
It was a penalty shootout after a break as Crowley and Botica scored two goals each.
Munster’s late attempt came just two minutes before Coombes took the ball from the back of the rack and put it on the line.
Crowley turned what left the Irish side with three in the final whistle.
Friday night’s win leaves Munster top of the line with 13 points.
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