It was a historic day in the All-Ireland senior football championship on Sunday, with Cavan and Tipperary ending long waits for provincial success.
Cavan claimed a record 40th Ulster football title, but a first for 23 years.
Mickey Graham's side denied three-in-a-row-chasing Donegal to reach a first All-Ireland semi final since 1997, with a 1-13 to 12 point win at the Athletic grounds.
It sets up a last four meeting with champions Dublin.
Speaking after the game, manager Mickey Graham told Aisling O'Reilly he was struggling to believe his eyes...