Longines FEI Nations Cup show jumping live on RT7 on Sunday

Longins will play Ireland in FIE Nations Cup action in Sopot on Sunday.

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Live showjumping is back on RTÉ Television on Sunday as the channel broadcasts coverage of the Longins FEI Nations Cup from Sopot, Poland.

The Polish leg of the competition will be Ireland’s first point-scoring round of 2022 in Europe Division 1.

Ireland will be in great form after winning four Nations Cups so far this season.

Michael Blake’s side will face tough competition in Sopot, where Europe’s top teams will compete for points on their way to qualifying for the Longinus FIE Nations Cup World Cup final in Barcelona at the end of September.

France, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Switzerland and Sweden will compete for points on Sunday. Poland and Denmark will also play but are not eligible for points as they are not in Europe Division 1.

Blake has picked a strong squad that includes world No. 19 Daragh Kenny and Dennis Lynch with Rome’s recent five-star Grand Prix winner, Brooklyn Heights.

The Irish squad for support is as follows:

Trevor Brin with Highland President.
Dennis Lynch and Brooklyn Heights.
Darragh Kenny with Volnay Du Boisdeville.
Mark Macaulay and Django Stay Hermel.
Jack Ryan with BBS McGregor (ISH).

The full second round will be broadcast live on the RTÉ News Channel, starting at 11 a.m. Irish time on Sunday’s Longinus FIE Nations Cup of Poland spot. The Irish time will start at 1 p.m. and end at 3 p.m.

You can find RTÉ news channels on Sky 521, Saorview 21, Virgin 200, Eir 500 and RTÉ Player.

Ireland’s upcoming Longinus FIE Nations Cup in Rotterdam, Hickstead and Dublin will also be shown live on RT7.

LiveScores is now available at IrishScores.com

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