Donald Jennow was thrilled after seeing his side overcome SWPL 1 side Spartans to reach the final of the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup.
Second half goals from Kerry Montgomery and Caitlin Russell earned the women of steel a 3-1 victory after Tegan Reynolds had cancelled out Megan Burns’ first half opener.
‘Well will now face holders Hibernian at Firhill on 4 November in an attempt to complete a league and cup double.
“We were massive underdogs coming into the game and Spartans were in great form too,” Jennow said. “It was going to be a massive challenge for us, but every one of our players stood up and overcame that challenge.
“I wasn’t concerned when their equaliser went in, it’s something that happens in football and you just have to show the character and resolve to deal with it.
“When we scored our third with only a little time left there was a bit of relief and we were able to see the game out from there.”
Jennow’s side will now turn their focus back to the league and their final two fixtures of what has been an incredible season.
The ‘Well gaffer is excited at what lies ahead and insists his squad are up for the challenge of coming up against the cup holders and SWPL1 tile contenders.
“We were relishing the challenge of facing Spartans and we relish the challenge even more to play Hibs in the final,” Jennow added. “It’ll be a huge game and a massive test, they are competing for the SWPL1 title and have won the cup in the last two seasons.
“They have very good players, but so do we.
“I’m delighted for the players and everyone at the club to have reached the final, it’ll be a great occasion.
“We had a great support today and hopefully we can have even more ‘Well fans along for the final in three weeks’ time.”