Q Radio Sport
It was a record-breaking night as both Danske Bank Premiership clubs made it through the preliminary round of Europa League qualifying.
Cliftonville had their biggest win in Europe, beating Barry Town 4-0 in the second leg at Solitude, after a scoreless draw in Wales last week.
The Reds now face Norwegian side Haugesund in the first qualifying round, starting in Belfast next Thursday.
Meanwhile, Ballymena United progressed through a round of European competition for the first time.
They had a scoreless draw against Runavik in the Faroe Islands, but win 2-0 on aggregate.
The Sky Blues now take on Swedish club Malmo with the first leg away from home.
The clubs have boosted their European financial windfall to more than £400,000 each.
🎥 @cliftonvillefc boss @paddymac1979 full of praise for his team - & @BallymenaUnited. “It’s good for the league that two sides have gone through tonight.” #DanskeBankPrem #EuropaLeague pic.twitter.com/c6TodPxJO6— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) July 4, 2019