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Sports Week: Fitzpatrick takes British Masters Title

Welcome to this week's edition of Sports Week; your one-stop shop for all of the biggest sporting headlines from the past week. This week we take a look at the Rugby World Cup, British Masters, Super League Grand Final and England v Estonia. 

Fitzpatrick takes British Masters Title

Matthew Fitzpatrick, the world number 111, claimed the British Masters 2015 title with a two-stroke win. The 21-year-old came up against some of the biggest names in golf including Shane Lowry, Søren Kjeldsen and Ian Poulter but managed to achieve victory at Woburn. 

Fitzpatrick, who won the 2013 US Amateur Championship, was level par for the day when he pitched to five feet for a birdie at the 11th.

"The fans were incredible and I can't thank them enough," Fitzpatrick said. "My family have been incredible, I can never thank them enough."

Leeds Rhinos 22 - 20 Wigan Warriors


Over the weekend, Rugby League fans gathered at Old Trafford for the famous Super League Grand Final. This year's final was between Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors.

Leeds Rhinos achieved a domestic treble on Saturday with their Super League Grand Final victory, adding to the League Leaders' Shield and Challenge Cup.

Previously, Leeds had never won against Wigan in a major final, previously losing the John Player Trophy, Challenge Cup, Premiership Final and Grand Final.

Leeds Rhinos: Hardaker; Briscoe, Watkins, Moon, Hall; Sinfield, McGuire; Garbutt, Burrow, Peacock, Albett, Delaney, Singleton.

Wigan Warriors: Bowen; Manfredi, Bateman, Gildart, Burgess; Williams, Smith; Crosby, McIlorum, Flower, Tomkins, Farrell, O'Loughlin. 

 England 2 - 0 Estonia


England made it nine out of nine wins in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign as they secured a comfortable victory over Estonia at Wembley Stadium on Friday.

England manager Roy Hodgson: "It was as tough as we thought it would be. Estonia were well organised and they're a team that is intelligent in the way they play.

"We had to work hard, we attacked a lot, we had a lot of the ball and had a lot of chances. I thought we were good value for our 2-0 win." 

Scotland, Wales & Ireland Through to RWC Quarter Finals


Three out of the four home nations (England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland have made it through to the Rugby World Cup Quarter Finals. 

Scotland, Wales and Ireland have all made it into this year's Rugby World Cup Finals, leaving England as the only home nation not to pass the Pool stages. 

Quarter Final Fixtures
South Africa v Wales 17th October 2015 Twickenham Stadium
New Zealand v France 17th October 2015 Millennium Stadium
Ireland v Argentina 18th October 2015 Millennium Stadium
Australia v Scotland 18th October 2015 Twickenham Stadium
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