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The women's hockey team from England defeated New Zealand in a penalty shoot out to reach the final.
All four New Zealand attempts were saved by Hinch.
The match ended without a goal, but two players scored for the home team to win 2-0.
England will play Australia in the final of the Commonwealth.
Australia defeated India in a penalty shoot out after the match ended in a draw.
On Sunday, the final starts at 15:03.
Hinch said that those sorts of occasions are what keepers and young goalkeepers should be inspired by.
It gives you that extra bit of belief to do it on that platform.
The 33-year-old has already won Olympic and European gold, but said of the chance to claim a Commonwealth title, "I'm definitely towards the back end of my career now and this is something I've been desperately wanting in my career and been so close to a couple of
There were plenty of chances for both sides and Hinch kept a clean sheet for England.
Things slowed for both teams in the second quarter, before England'sSophie Hamilton put on a show.
None of England's players could convert in the first half.
The second half was dominated by New Zealand and the final 10 minutes were exciting.
Both sides had five chances to score from the 23m line in the shootout.
Hinch showed the athletic and aggressive goalkeeping that helped her win Olympic gold with Great Britain.
The hosts ran on to the field to celebrate, jumping up and down in joy, after England's Petter broke the stalemate and Martin's shoot out rolled across the line.
In their seventh-place match, Wales' women lost to South Africa by a single goal.