Q Sports Desk
It was a fabulous night for Irish football in Euro 2016 qualifying.
Northern Ireland made history by winning 2-nil in Greece in Group F.
It's the first time they've started a qualification campaign with three successive wins.
The Republic of Ireland's John O'Shea scored a last minute equaliser to secure a 1-1 draw at world champions Germany.
Ulster champions Donegal face Tyrone in the preliminary round of the 2015 Ulster Senior Football Championship.
The winners of that game will play Armagh in the quarter-finals.
Derry will play Down in the other last eight tie.
Monaghan are favourites to repeat their progress to the final on the other side of the draw as they face Cavan in the quarter-finals.
While, Fermanagh will play Antrim in the other quarter-final.
The latest round of fixtures in Euro 2016 qualifying kicks off later.
England are in action against San Marino.
Roy Hodgson's team are hoping to follow up last month's win in Switzerland in their opening group game.
Wales play tomorrow, while Scotland and Northern Ireland are in action on Saturday.
The Northern Ireland team faces the Faroe Islands
Andy Murray's suffered a setback in his bid to qualify for next month's ATP World Tour Finals tennis in London.
David Ferrer (pron: DAH-VID FUR-RARE) has overtaken him in the rankings for the event after beating him in the third round of the Shanghai Masters this morning.
The British number one admits he was suffering from a slight lack of confidence in the deciding set.