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Tokyo 2021 - Where To Watch The Irish In Action On Day Four

Tokyo 2021 - Where To Watch The Irish In Action On Day Four
By Andrew Dempsey
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Team Ireland’s Olympics campaign intensifies on Day Four of Tokyo 2020, with Mona McSharry set for a historic final. Team Ireland endured a mixed day three, with defeats for Michaela Walsh and Brendan Irvine both succumbing to defeats. Nhat Nguyen, however, did impress in Badminton, but they did also suffer two successive defeats in the Rugby Sevens. Here’s all the info you need on where to watch the Irish in action on Tuesday.

Who are the Irish in action on day four at Tokyo 2020?

Team Ireland’s action begins at 3am as the Rugby Sevens side look to reach the quarer-final stage as they take on Kenya.

Their game will be followed by Mona McSharry’s shot at history at 3.17am in the Women’s 100m Breaststroke Final.

Welterweight boxer Aidan Walsh will also take the ring at 3.30am as he takes on Cameroonian Albert Mengue Ayissi.

Annalise Murphy also returns to action in the Laser Radial Women’s Race, starting at 4.05am.

Murphy’s appearance will be followed by Robert Dickson and Sean Waddilove’s appearance in the men’s 49ers race.

It is back to the swimming later on in the morning, with Darragh Greene starting competition at 11.50am in the Men’s 200m Breaststroke.

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Team Ireland will also take part in the Men’s 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay at 12.03pm before Daniel Wiffen completes the action at 12.31pm.

How to watch the Irish in action?

RTÉ's coverage begins on Monday night at 10:30pm on RTÉ 2, building towards McSharry’s appearance in the final at 3.17am.

The coverage runs through to 3:30pm on RTÉ 2, before a two hour highlights programme at 7pm hosted by Darragh Maloney.

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After an hour’s break, RTÉ will continue their coverage of the games at 10.30pm.

What else to look out for on day four in Tokyo?

What else to look out for on day four in Tokyo?

It’s not just Team Ireland who are in action on day four of Tokyo 2020, New Zealand will take on bitter rivals Australia in a crucial Rugby Sevens clash.

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Meanwhile, the Men’s 200m Swimming Freestyle Final will also kick off in the early hours of the morning with a 2.43am start at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.

SEE ALSO: How Can Ireland Still Qualify For Olympic Quarter Finals In Rugby Sevens

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