SISTERS are doin' it for themselves at the Greenock Wanderers' ladies rugby team as they prepare for one of their biggest matches to date.

The squad features three sets of sisters and the team have made the final of the Tennent’s National Bowl at Murrayfield on Saturday April 27.

Caitlyn Haldane says it's very special to have her sister Erin as her team-mate while siblings Emma and Hannah Grace and Tina and Katerina Hemphill are also in the line-up.

Speaking ahead of this weekend's huge game, Caitlyn, 26, said: "It's quite unusual to have three sets of sisters at a final - it's a big deal.

"It's great to have my sister in the team as she is my best friend.

"My sister had been out injured as she had torn her anterior cruciate ligamen so it's great that she's back playing again."

The squad recently enjoyed a superb 53-24 win, pictured, in the semi final against West of Scotland.

They now face Livingston in the final at Murrayfield.

Caitlyn, who works part-time as a primary school teacher and as a rugby development officer, added: "We are over-the-moon.

"Last year we made the final of a different competition, the Plate Final, but we didn't win.

"It was a bit gutting but this year we are determined.

"It means more to us this year.

"At the semi final this year we didn't know what to expect as it's a team we hadn't played before so we were quite nervous."

Caitlyn, who is one of the vice captains, says the players are feeling strong ahead of the final with excellent support from their head coach Ally Hunter and their captain Hannah Mutton.

She said: "Our coach is leaving us so this will be his last game.

"We were determined to get to the final for him.

"Our captain Hannah has also been fab - she works so hard and is a first class player."

Caitlyn says there will be a huge club contingent travelling through to Edinburgh for the final as the men have also made the final of their knock-out competition.

She said: "There are six buses going through as the men's team have got through to the final too.

"It's going to be great."