REPORT: Holcombe 2-1 East Grinstead

Two goals in the final five minutes saw Holcombe come from a goal down to beat East Grinstead and reach the Investec Women's Premier League final.

Georgie Blackwood had given East Grinstead the lead but Joanne Westwood's 55th minute strike levelled the scores before Watton won the game with a lob two minutes from time.

They will now face Surbiton in the final tomorrow which will be live streamed on the BBC Sport website.

The opening exchanges were fiercely contested and played at a fast pace as both sides showed off their skills. It was East Grinstead who had the better of the chances in the first fifteen minutes and Rose Thomas in the Holcombe goal was forced into a smart diving save from a penalty corner just before the first break.

Holcombe responded though and Great Britain and England goalkeeper Amy Tennant was called into action to make two stops incliuding one from Dirkie Chamberlain's back hand strike.

At the other end Thomas was again at her best to save from Laura Unsworth's slapped effort to keep the game goaless but a minute before the half-time break Blackwood fired East Grinstead into the lead with a low effort.

A tight third quarter followed as the sides battled hard and largely cancelled each other out, entering the final fifteen minutes with just one goal between them.

Nerves began to show from both sides with the clock running down and Holcombe began to press for an equaliser, with five minutes remaining the scores were levelled as Westwood reacted quickest to turn in from close range. They almost took the lead immediately after but Tennant made a last ditch stop on the line.

However with just two minutes remaining Holcombe turned it around. Watton was found in space and lifted the ball over Tennant into the net to complete the comeback and book their place in Sunday's final against Surbiton.