Ireland are through to a first ever Hockey World Cup Final.
The girls in green have progressed to tomorrows decider after beating Spain 3-2 on penalties.
Anna O’Flanagan put the Irish in front after just 3 minutes of the game, but Alecia Magaz levelled the tie in the third as the game went to penalties.
The opening round of penalties finished 2-2 with Gillian Pinder and Chloe Wotkins scoring for Ireland.
In a sudden death shootout – Spain missed their opening penalty, with Gillian Pinder successfully converting a second penalty to send Ireland through to a first ever Hockey World Cup Final.
Round 6: order reversed now for sudden death. Oliva shot saved by McFerran, Pinder scores!!!!! WE ARE GOING TO THE WORLD CUP FINAL!!! I REPEAT, WE ARE GOING TO THE WORLD CUP FINAL!!!! #GreenArmy
— Irish Hockey (@irishhockey) August 4, 2018