Carlisle City have been handed a home draw against Abbey Hey in the second round proper of the FA Vase.

The tie is the Gillford Park club's reward for reaching this stage of the prestigious non-league competition for the first time in 42 years.

Jim Nichols' side will now hope to make further progress in their home clash with North West Counties Division One South opposition.

Carlisle City made it through the first round proper with a 5-1 thrashing of Chester-le-Street.

That earned them £825 in prize money, with £900 up for grabs to winners of second round ties.

The tie against Abbey Hey, who are based in Gorton, Manchester, is scheduled to be played on Saturday, November 20.

The 64-club draw was published by the Football Association today.

The other Cumbrian outfit in the draw, Barrow-based Holker Old Boys, were drawn at home to Wythenshawe Town.

Northern League Second Division side Carlisle City's impressive win on Saturday came courtesy of goals from Jordan Irving, Josh Simpson, Sam Atkinson, Keighran Kerr and Jordan Palmer.

Penrith and Cleator Moor Celtic both lost their first round proper ties.