Sporst News in Brief
DUBLIN - Eoin Reddan added to Ireland's terrible run of injuries on Saturday when he broke a leg in his side's 13-13 Six Nations rugby draw with France.
The 32-year-old replacement halfback — who won his 50th cap when he replaced Conor Murray in the 63rd minute — suffered the injury in the final minute of the match and been ruled out for three months. "He broke a bone in his leg just above the ankle," said Ireland coach Declan Kidney.
CAPE TOWN - Stormers and South African star winger Bryan Habana will miss up to 10 weeks of Super Rugby after tearing knee ligaments. Habana, who moves to French Top 14 club Toulon at the end of the Super Rugby season, left the field after 55 minutes of the narrow victory over title-holders the Chiefs on Saturday. Stormers coach Allister Coetzee confirmed the bad news in Cape Town on Sunday.
LEON, Mexico - Sebastien Ogier, driving a Volkswagen, won the Rally of Mexico on Sunday, seeing off Citroen's Mikko Hirvonen of Finland and Belgian Thierry Neuville in a Ford Fiesta. Ogier consolidated his overall season lead, bagging his first success in Mexico on the back of 16 stage wins to land his ninth career victory. He finished 3min 28sec clear of Hirvonen with Neuville more than a minute further back as the Finn was runner-up for the third straight year.
RIO GRANDE - American golfer Scott Brown made birdie on the 18th hole on Sunday to go from a one-shot deficit to a one-shot victory in the Puerto Rico Open for his first PGA Tour title. Brown had a two-under-par 70 to finish 20-under for the tournament on 268 and pocket $US630,000 ($F1.1m). He earns a two-year exemption on tour and a spot in the PGA Championship this summer.