Q Radio Sport
The Northern Ireland women's football team have finished their World Cup qualifiers with a defeat.
Alfie Wylie's girls lost 1-0 against Slovakia at Shamrock Park and finish bottom of the group on goal difference.
However, it was a night to remember for defender Julie Nelson who became the first Northern Ireland woman to win 100 international caps.
And she was a whisker away from celebrating with what would have been a dream free-kick goal to level the match...
.@JulesNelson5 hit 100 caps and was that close to hitting the equaliser. “Summed up our night, it just wasn’t to be!” @NorthernIreland v Slovakia @FIFAWWC #GAWA pic.twitter.com/Duh1RlScbP— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 4, 2018
It’s been emotional...when you love playing for your country so much, 100 international caps can bring a tear to the eye of even the toughest defender...We give you - the all-time great, the legendary, the one and only @JulesNelson5 #Nelson100 @NorthernIreland #GAWA pic.twitter.com/FSItVwPnam— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 4, 2018
Family and friends were out in force to cheer Julie on.
Among those singing her praises was proud dad, Willie Nelson....
The action resumes on Wednesday night in the Danske Bank Women's Premiership.
Cliftonville face Derry City at the Brandywell and Sion Swifts welcome Portadown.