Women's League Cup: 'It's amazing to score and be in a final' - McMullan
Sion Swifts captain Kendra McMullan says it "means everything" for the Strabane team to progress to the Women's League Cup decider.
McMullan netted as the Swifts beat Cliftonville 3-1 in Monday night's semi-final to set up a showdown with Glentoran on 28 June.
"This team has been working so hard and we have our reward," she said.
"Confidence is high - we're also sitting second in the league so we're in a good position all round."
The north-west outfit defeated holders and league leaders Linfield in the quarter-finals before coming from behind to beat the Reds at Solitude.
"We were a bit slow at the start but at half-time the boys told us to up the tempo and we came out and did that in the second half.
"It's amazing just to get a goal and amazing to be in a final - it means everything and these are the things you aim for when you start the season."
Glentoran earned their place in the final thanks to a 1-0 victory over Belfast rivals Crusaders Strikers.