Finished 1-1 in Poland
The Republic of Ireland played out a 1-1 draw with Ukraine in the Nations League last night.
Leixlip's Nathan Collins' - who was named player of the match - his superb individual goal gave Stephen Kenny's side the lead in the first-half.
Ukraine equalised shortly after the break.
Kenny says he was pleased with his side's efforts, particularly at the back:
The result leaves Ireland third in the Group 1 table on four points.
In last night's other game, Scotland beat Armenia 4-1 in Yerevan.
England suffered their heaviest home defeat since 1928 last night.
They were hammered 4-0 by Hungary at Molineux, and also had John Stones sent off.
England sit bottom of their League A group and in real danger of relegation.
There was plenty of injury-time drama in Rotterdam where a Gareth Bale penalty looked to have salvaged a point for Wales.
But Memphis Depay found a late goal for the Netherlands who ran out 3-2 winners.
Vera Pauw will name her Republic of Ireland squad this morning for their World Cup qualifier with Georgia.
They’ll also play a friendly against the Philippines in Turkey on Sunday as part of a nine-day training camp.
Darwin Nunez says it's "a pleasure" to sign for Liverpool.
The Uruguayan striker's move to Anfield on a six-year contract was confirmed yesterday.
He has cost Liverpool an initial €75 million, from Benfica.
Ireland will bid for another medal at the World Para Swimming Championships in Madeira later.
Roisin Ni Riain is back in the pool for the final of the 100-metre backstroke S-13.
Nicole Turner is celebrating a third-place finish in the 200-metre Individual Medley SM6 final last night.
The Portarlington swimmer took bronze and will feature again later in the week.
There's a seven-race card at Wexford this evening.
The first goes to post at 5.20pm.