"It was a really tight game and both teams played really well. I struggled a little bit with my own play but the team was so good that I could make my stones 75% sometimes.
"I thought I was going to have to make a little tap-back and I was prepared for that, but I was relieved not to have to play my last stone. It feels great to be in the final and we’ll play as good as we can, so I’m looking forward to it."
Sweden Skip, Margaretha Sigfridsson, added:
"It feels so good to be in the final. That was such a good game and it was so much fun to play in it.
"We had such good energy that I didn’t really feel tense. I had no doubts in the extra end – my doubt was in the tenth end when we had a lot of stones stuck that we didn’t want to. I think that was one of our best games, and the team was just great."
"We will spend tomorrow just getting out strength back for the final."