THE Limerick Ladies football team are into the National League Division 4 final following a 0-14 to 2-6 win over Wicklow on Sunday.
Limerick were 0-7 to 1-2 up at half time and added another seven points in the second half saw Eddie Murphy's side record a narrow win.
Limerick will now play Antrim in the final after the Ulster side got the better of Longford in the other semi-final.
The May 1 final will be the sixth time that Limerick have appeared in a ladies football league final.
Just twelve months ago they lost to Offaly in the Division 4 final. They also lost to Longford in the 2012 final and Leitrim in 2010. There were Division 3 final losses in 2004 and 2008.