London 2012: How team Ireland fared
Judo: Lisa Kearney lost her last-16 bout of the 48kg division to China's Shugen Wu. The fight finished 1-1 but her Chinese opponent produced an Ippon -- a clean throw-- to win in sudden death.
Barry Murphy finished eighth in his heat of the 100m breaststroke and was eliminated despite swimming 1:01.57, his second-fastest time ever in the event.
Kieran Behan scored a disappointing 13.966 in the men's floor qualifying round and didn't progress to the final. Two stumbles on his final two landings damaged his score.
Sanita Puspure looked comfortable as she eased home in third place in her heat of the singles schulls to qualify for the quarter-finals in a time of 7:49. Puspure will next be in action in Tuesday's quarter-finals.
John Joe Nevin easily beat Dane Dennis Ceylan in the bantamweight round of 32, on a score of 21-6. Nevin will now face Kanat Abutalipov of Kazakhstan in the last 16. Darren O'Neill also progressed to the last 16, with a 15-6 win against Muideen Akanji of Nigeria in the middleweight division.
In the road race David McCann placed 55th, Nicolas Roche was 89th and Daniel Martin 90th.
The Irish team lie in fifth place as Aoife Clarke finished in 12th place after a formidable Olympic performance on Master Crusoe, recording a penalty score of 48.90. Joseph Murphy ended in 22nd position, on 55.60 penalties with Electric Cruise, and Michael Ryan was in 30th with Ballylynch Adventure, after a score of 60.20.
IRISH IN ACTION TODAY
10am: Melanie Nocher, 100m backstroke; 10.45: Sycerika McMahon 100m breaststroke; 11.30: Grainne Murphy 400m freestyle.
11.50am: Camilla Speirs dressage competition. 3.10pm: Mark Kyle dressage competition.
1.35pm: Peter O'Leary and David Burrows Star class.
2.50pm: Eoin Rheinisch K1 Slalom.
7.10pm: Chloe Magee plays Pi Hongyan in her round robin.
10.15pm: Adam Nolan fights Ecuador's Carlos Sanchez Estacio in the welterweight division.
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