Two Ireland rugby internationals have been acquitted of rape after a nine-week trial.
Speaking outside the trial, Paddy Jackson's solicitor welcomed what he described as a "common sense verdict of not guilty to all counts".
A joint statement from the Irish Rugby Football Union and Ulster Rugby said Jackson and Olding were still relieved of all duties until a review process into their contracts is carried out following the trial.
Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding left Belfast Crown Court as free men after their acquittal of the rape charges against them.
Before discharging the 11-person jury, Judge Patricia Smyth told them: "This has probably been the most hard trial that any jury in Northern Ireland has ever been asked to adjudicate on".
The woman contacted Harrison following the alleged incident, saying in a text, "what happened last night was not consensual", Harrison told the jury he did not pass this on to Jackson as he did not believe what she said.
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She previously complained to police about a neighbor who threatened to set her home on fire. The suspect "said that Jews have money, and that was the reason he attacked her", he added.
Paddy leaves court for the last time today as he entered it nearly 10 weeks ago: an innocent man.
Following the verdict, many people announced they would be donating to rape crisis centres in Northern Ireland.
He also thanked his family and legal team for their support.
Ms. Hillman refuted a suggestion by Paddy Jackson's lawyers that the prosecution had been driven by the fact he is a famous sportsman: "We carry out all investigations regardless of background or status".
Marianne O'Kane, assistant director and head of the Public Prosecution Service's serious crime unit, said it was "ultimately right" that the case had been brought to trial.
"I hope that this has helped the public to better understand the criminal justice system and the trial process".
"IRFU and Ulster Rugby officials will review the matter, in line with existing procedures for all contracted players".