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RG Snyman continues to shine while Munster 'box clever'

While it's been a joy to watch a fully fit RG Snyman back to his best in Munster colours in recent weeks, it's hard not to think, 'what if?'.

What if it had all gone smoothly for the South African in his four seasons at Munster? What if he'd had a softer landing from that lineout seven minutes into his debut in August 2020?

The list of 'what ifs?' could be as long as the man himself, all 6ft 9in of him, and answering them is better left for an evening down in your local club.

For now, Munster fans are embracing every minute they have left with the double-World Cup winner, who could yet move on to his new adventure at Leinster as a double-URC winner on top of it.

In his six appearances since his return from shoulder/chest surgery, Munster have won all six, and the second row has scored four tries. The two games he missed while laid up with pneumonia saw the province struggle to a win against Cardiff before losing to Northampton Saints in the Investec Champions Cup.

You can join those dots yourself and see just how important the 29-year-old is for this Munster side, even in the limited time he's been able to play, while it's also obvious out on the pitch.

With his size and weight, the Springbok (pictured below) is a natural gainline winner, while his ability to hold the ball above the point of contact and offload into space is a nightmare to defend.

His return has also allowed Munster get the most out of their 80 minutes, with Snyman partnering Tadhg Beirne in the second row, allowing Tom Ahern's athleticism be used off the bench when the opposition are starting to tire.

For a side who already have Jean Kleyn and Edwin Edogbo ruled out for the rest of the season, their options at lock are still quite impressive.

"We are just